Tour Highlights

  • Learn how to capture beautiful cherry blossoms
  • Explore the West End of Vancouver
  • Learn from a professional photographer about exposure, lighting and composition

Cherry Blossoms Are Coming!

Immerse yourself in spring! Capture the season and create stunning imagery of the cherry blossoms in full bloom. Join us on a wander through the West End of Vancouver, where the blossoms are in full swing, and learn about the three C’s: colour, contrast and composition!

"A great mix of theory and practical, Ekaterina taught us several new techniques and left us with some beautiful pictures to take home. As a new resident to the city and newbie to photography, I feel equipped to take more amazing photos of such a beautiful place! I will definitely take another class with them in the future."
Stephanie W, TripAdvisor

Tour Information

Type
Creative and Technical, Seasonal, Beginner-friendly

Time & Duration
Sundays at 10am, 2 hours

Price
$99 per person | $89 per person with a purchase of two or more

What to Bring
Digital camera or smartphone | DSLR rentals available

Location Map
We’ll meet at Starbucks on Denman and Robson St

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