Photography Tours of York
Photography Tours of York

Photography Tours of York

If you love photography and would like to push the boundaries of your camera from auto, then welcome to York Photography Tours UK. York Photography Tours will show you how to take great photo’s whilst touring this amazing city’s ancient buildings, streets and monuments. Not only will you get to enjoy an amazing tour of the city and all of it’s many breath-taking features, but you will also gain invaluable insight in how to capture these views like a professional photographer so you can show everyone else what you saw as well!

Do I need to bring my own camera on the photography tour?

Yes, it is the customers responsibility to provide their own cameras, lenses & equipment for the tour. This way, they can gain experience using their equipment which they can take with them long after the tour has ended.

Whether you have a compact camera or a DSLR, they will show you the tips and techniques which you will need to capture perfect images and to show your friends and family your day in this beautiful city. This is a walking outdoor event and customers are expected to provide suitable clothing and footwear, and be in good health for this purpose. There are only 10 people per tour but can be expanded under certain circumstances and at the discretion of the tour guide. No one under 16 years of age will be allowed to book a tour. Anyone under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times through the tour. Push the boundaries of your camera today!

  • Duration – 3 hours
  • Price per person – £60
  • Runs Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

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