Photography Walking Tour of Montmartre
The photographers' walking tour concludes at Sacre-Coeur Basilica and its panoramic views of Paris, before retiring to a typical bistro in the artists' square, Place du Tertre, for a friendly photo critique of your efforts.
The tour begins near the photogenic Art Nouveau entrance to the Abbesses metro in Montmartre and concludes at Place du Tertre, next to Sacre-Coeur Basilica.
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Photographer's Walking Tour of Paris - Montmartre
- Walking tour
- Professional photographer guide
- Camera and film
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless otherwise stated
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
Reviewed by: Gerard A, Australia, June 2013
What better place to be photographically challenged than Montmartre. During this tour Kevin Hayden challenged me to look for a different perspective, a photographically different view of the world - a view focused on subject and simplicity. This inspirational tour is a must for anyone who aspires to take better photographs, regardless of subject matter. Kevin's commentary and his insights about the photographic process is clear, concise and thought-provoking. His critique of one's work is both honest and revealing. This is a workshop, tour and experience that is worth considerably more than the cost of the tour. The experience of spending just a few hours with Kevin, shooting in the streets of Montmartre has positively impacted on my photographic skills and provided me with lessons that will remain with me for the rest of my life. Spend a few hours with Kevin Hayden and you will have a very special opportunity to emerge a better photographer from the experience.
Reviewed by: Kate S, August 2012
This was great. Better aimed at the serious amateur photographer. I learned some fantastic facts about the manual operation of my camera, as well as some amazing insights to life in general. A real eye-opener. Kevin Hayden was fantastic.