Walking tour + outdoor photography class

Are you wondering what all the buttons and dials on your camera are for?
Are you hoping to get out of auto mode?
Are you convinced you could take better pictures if only you knew how?
You are in the right place!
At Vancouver photowalks we’re all about helping you demystify your camera and
become a better photographer while exploring our beautiful city.
We’ll have you up (and out) and shooting in only two hours!
100% money back guarantee if you don’t learn anything or have fun!
Grab your camera and your sense of humour and let’s go!

Walking tour + outdoor photography class

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“I have taken many photography courses, but I have learned way more about my camera’s settings from Vancouver Photowalks, than any other course that I have taken.”
Lisa M.
“Suzanne is a great teacher, immense knowledge and enthusiasm for all levels. It was really fun seeing parts of wonderful Vancouver from a different perspective and learning a lot to improve our photography. Would definitely recommend Photowalks, whatever your level of experience is.”
Peter W.
” I would do his again in a heartbeat and have already recommended to anyone
who has expressed an interest in a BC vacation.”
John M.
“Thank you so much once again for the fantastic photowalk experience! I learned a tonne about taking iPhone photos and can’t stop looking at everything I see now through a photographic lens (literally and figuratively)!
Linda K.



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