A great way to see some of Stanley Park and learn about photography is to take a Photo Walk tour. These tours will take you to some parts of Stanley Park, such as Lost Lagoon or the Totem Poles. You are usually required to bring your own camera, preferably a DSLR camera with zoom lens. Also, a tripod is usually recommended. You may be able to rent a camera and tripod, but that depends on the company. The guide will give you tips and guidance on how to take great photos in the particular environment.
TIP#1: Make sure that your camera batteries are fully charged BEFORE going on the tour!
During the summer months, Vancouver PhotoWalks is offering two - 2 hour Stanley Park photo tours everyday at 10am and 2pm. This is a stroll along the Stanley Park Seawall that will improve your photography skills. It is 'Creative and Technical' and beginner-friendly! Bring your digital camera, smartphone or rent a DSLR camera. For 2017, it is $99/person or $89/person for 2 or more. DSLR Rentals are available for $20. It meets at the Vancouver Rowing Club lower level by the bicycle path.
Vancouver Photowalks' Stanley Park Tour information
TIP#2: Make sure that you have enough free space on your memory card BEFORE the tour!
Phototours Vancouver offers a Stanley Park photo walk tour. It is a moderate walk over relatively flat terrain. It focuses on Composition & Impact, Creating Abstracts Through Motion, and Aperture-More Then Depth of Field. As of this March 2017, Phototours Vancouver hasn't scheduled any Stanley Park photo walk tours for 2017 yet!
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