KSPHOTO COURSES . WORKSHOPS . TOURS

Our Tours in combination with Workshops are aimed at the more adventurous photographer, who would like to photograph in a new and exciting environment.

 

On these photography expeditions you will learn tips and techniques while exploring picturesque and interesting places with a tour leader who is a professional photographer.

 

Each photography tour and workshop is planned, researched and scouted for great photographic opportunities. Some trips have a cultural focus, while others may primarily be, landscape, people, architectural photography, etc. Some a mix of all of these genres combined.

 

If you want to travel through different landscapes, learn some new skills with your photography, make some new friends with similar interests and have an unforgettable trip resulting in some great photography.

 

This is what we strive for with our photography tours and workshops.

Scheduled KSPhoto Tours for 2018. For information please

 

CONTACT.

 

 

 

Stockholm : (cityscapes, street & architecture) * See below

 

Stockholm's Archipelago : (landscapes, portraits & nudes)

 

Gotland / Fårö : (landscapes) * Click HERE for information.

 

Berlin : (cityscapes, street & architecture)

 

Island : (landscapes & northern lights)

Stockholm Photo Tours

STOCKHOLM PHOTO TOURS SCHEDUALED ON SATURDAYS AND TUESDAYS.

 

Please CONTACT for availability.

This guided tour in English is aimed at the visitor to Stockholm who in a short time would like to both improve their photographic skills and capture some of the very picturesque locations within the city.

 

Under the expert guidance of a professional photographer who lives in Stockholm you will have the opportunity to discover and photograph some of the most interesting architecture, places and views in Stockholm.

 

Visually Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with it's many green areas and surrounded by water, it was once described by the famous Swedish novelist Selma Lagerlöf as "the city that floats on water".

 

Architecturally Stockholm is a city with many beautiful and striking buildings. Including the Town Hall, famous for hosting the Nobel dinner every year and the charms of the old town ”Gamla stan”, its medieval layout and many of the buildings date back to the 13th century.

 

Spring, summer, autumn and winter are very distinctive seasons that provide constantly changing weather patterns and hours of daylight. These contrasts create opportunities to take great photographs all year round, making Stockholm a very special place for capturing light and natures variations.

 

After the initial group introductions, the course begins with a brief introduction to camera functions and how different adjustments affect your photos. For example focus, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, etc. So as well as having an enjoyable time touring around the city, this course aims to increase your ability to take better images and to help you become more aware of the possibilities as a photographer.

 

The tour is designed to help you capture many of the most beautiful and interesting parts of Stockholm with your camera, you will be given advice and tips on how to approach the subject and as the group size is limited (2- 8), everyone will receive individual help. The tour duration is approximately 3-4 hours but this is modified according to group size, extra time given to larger groups.

 

This photographic guided tour around Stockholm is suitable for anyone with a good camera with manual options, who has the desire to improve their photography and capture some of the great sights in a fantastic city.

 

TUTOR : KIM SAWYER

COST :

 

695 kr per person, for groups of 4 or more persons.

 

1250 kr per person, ( 2-3 persons ).

 

2750 kr for a private tour. These one to one tours are customised for your needs. You can decide your starting time, and what you would like to be taught and see on the tour.

 

 

For all enquiries and more information about this city tour please CONTACT.

Click on images of Stockholm below to enlarge :

© KIM SAWYER PHOTOGRAPHY