Posted on 2019-11-21

Australia - Melbourne Photography Tours

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The State Library, hidden laneways and graffiti walls are one of many reasons you should visit the cafe culture and hype vibe that surrounds the city of Melbourne. The Yarra river at night also comes alive with heritage and modern architecture.

Need local knowledge of the best spots at the best times? Your local photo tutor will be one of my trusted staff with extensive knowledge and teaching experience in Melbourne. Once you have confirmed your date and time, I will then send you a full profile of your tutor so you will know more about them and their skill set to match your shooting style.

Learn how to get off "Auto" Mode, gain confidence, become comfortable with various Camera Settings. You can make a wish list of all the points you would like to learn. Let me know which genres of travel photography you enjoy most to pick the best locations.

Type of experience

  • Photo Tour


  • Australia & New Zealand


  • Experience local culture
  • Perfect urban technique
  • Discover a city
  • Street life


  • 2022
  • 2023
  • Anytime

When (if specific dates)

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  • 30 mins
  • Two hours

Duration (other)

2.5 hours

Languages spoken


What is included

  • Pro photographer
  • Personal critique/review

What is not included but recommended for the experience

Your digital camera with manual modes

Five keywords that best describe the experience you will have

A Learning Experience
City Photo Walk
Unlock Your Creativity

Camera equipment used by photographer

Familiar with all camera types. Nikon, Sony and Canon Users

Private or group?

  • Private
  • Group

Max group size


Min group size


Non photographer's welcome



  • Melinda
  • Mar 24, 2023
  • AC arranged an evening photography workshop in Sydney with CJ—what a fabulous evening exploring sites and making images. CJ was a patient and enthusiastic teacher and I learned many tips about my camera, night photography, using a tripod and composing an image technically and artistically. We began at twilight, moved through blue hour to the dark of the evening which offered learning opportunities about light and how to use it as it changes. I truly enjoyed the places we chose to set up waiting for the serendipity of the moments we had there. I finished the evening with a couple of images from Sydney that are cool and creative and reflect new skills. Thanks CJ…I had a great time learning and creating!

  • Peter
  • Jul 10, 2020
  • Very comprehensive and informative guide. Good for beginners right through to more experienced photographers/travellers. Covers a wide range of topics and highlights the main subject areas to concentrate on.


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