Posted on 2020-06-16

Georgia - Tbilisi One Day Walking Tour

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These one-day walking photography tours are designed for people who would love to discover some of the hidden gems around the city of Tbilisi (Georgia) during their stay in the country. This jewel of the causacus was once under the radar – but not any longer. Georgia has fast become known as an exciting destination for photographers, boasting stunning landscapes and beautiful but dated architecture, and delicious food that caters to all tastes and palates.

At the country’s heart is Tbilisi, a capital with an old town of elegantly dilapidated wooden balcony houses, an alternative arts scene, stylish cafes and inhabitants who enjoy browsing antiquarian bookstores as much as toasting strangers with a glass (or three!) of the local wine.

The cobblestoned old town is a product of its rich and turbulent history. Periods under Persian and Russian rule have left it dotted with Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate Art Nouveau buildings and brutalist Soviet Modernist structures.

On this workshop, I take you on a walk through the wonderful city of Tbilisi. We start with a morning photography session searching for hidden architecture around the old town, before stopping for lunch. We then continue through the afternoon and concluding at a stunning lookout spot high up over Tbilisi in time for sunset.

During the day we also have access to a stunning disused ex-Soviet theatre , with permission from the owner. We shall spend an hour or so inside here after lunch, picking out compositions and unique angles.

Type of experience

  • Photo Walk


  • Eastern Europe
  • Asia


  • Experience local culture
  • Discover a city


  • Anytime
  • Get in touch for availability


  • One day

Duration (other)

1 Day (0930am - 1900hrs)

Languages spoken


What is included

  • Pro photographer
  • Some meals
  • Local guide
  • Tips
  • Entrance fees (parks, monuments ...)

Five keywords that best describe the experience you will have

Architecture and adventure photography in rural and off the beaten path destinations.

Camera equipment used by photographer

Canon 5DSR, Tripod, 17mm Tilt-shift and other wide angle lenses.

Private or group?

  • Private

Max group size


Min group size


Non photographer's welcome



  • Nicola
  • Apr 4, 2022
  • Really excellent talk from JK, which our members thoroghly enjoyed. His images are amazing, and his presentation was very professional.

  • Anne
  • Jun 24, 2021
  • A fantastic presentation!

  • Gary
  • Jun 24, 2021
  • Very interesting project, great photos and an excellent presentation by JK. The location looks great,

  • Martin
  • Sep 29, 2020
  • I wasn't aware this was a part 2 or at a fairly basic level of editing. A better description would have set expectations correctly. The colourful language at the start wasn't appreciated either.

  • Richard
  • Sep 28, 2020
  • A great presentation by JK. Very informative, and as a Photoshop Instructor by trade, it's always nice to see how someone else edits and to pick up the occasional trick too.
    Would definitely recommend JK's talk to anyone interested in shooting and editing architecture.

  • Elaine
  • Sep 22, 2020
  • So appreciated JK's generosity in sharing tips and techniques. And that was in addition to the gorgeous locations he showed us. I've always had a real passion for old and hidden spaces . . the search became much harder when I left Istanbul to live in Montreal. So thank you, JK that was a glorious vicarious trip.


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