Taking photos with a Professional Photographer who is also a Licensed Tour Guide
When we travel we always would like to bring back home memories, emotions and … wonderful photos!
As a professional photographer and teacher of photography, I will give you a lot of tips on the different ways you can snap a building or a statue, on how to catch the best perspective and how to capture the most fascinating light.
I will bring you to exclusive places from where the view of the monuments of Florence is absolutely unique (like the terrace on top of a building or a window just behind the Duomo) as well as hidden (and quite) corners of the historical center most travellers don't even know about (the courtyard of a private palace or a little square concealing a wonderful Romanesque church). And, of course, I will also tell you stories and legends related to the spots we are going to photograph.
This tour will allow you taking very original photographs (so different from the standard postcards everyone can buy…) reflecting the spirit of your unique travelling experience.
A walk in the city centre of Florence, including some of the highlights (Duomo Square, Ponte Vecchio, Signoria Square) as well as some less known spots (Santa Felicita, Santi Apostoli, Santa Trinita, Santo Spirito).
An alternative itinerary can be agreed with the travellers.
Having this tour in the early morning or in the late afternoon (particularly in summer) is highly recommended in order to capture the best light.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the statue of Benvenuto Cellini in the middle of the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) or at your hotel if in the city center.
End location: Duomo Square or your hotel if in the city center.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 EUR - Snack and drink
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AMAZING WAY TO SEE Florence! Our 14 year daughter Sophia just started taking photography lessons and she learned so much from Stefano to really capture the best photos of Florence. To be patient and wait for the right light. His knowledge of Florence and his storytelling were top notch. Highly recommend him!