Best of Vancouver – April 2013

Photo Tours Vancouver nature flowers beginning to bloom in Van Dusen Gardens by Aura McKay

Raindrops, flower blossoms, directional light….ahhhh, springtime!  April in Vancouver can be a mixed bag of lighting and weather conditions that swiftly shift from one state to another.  Having a good process for being able to react quickly to changing exposures and knowing specific tips for capturing great images under any condition is definitely key to successful photographs during this season!

The same is true for street photography – being able to react quickly with exposure and focus really helps to nail the shot.

During the Gastown and Chinatown walking photo tours we explore specific camera settings and tips for being a strong, responsive photographer.

Here are some favourites from last April’s tours.

Photo Tours Vancouver magnolia blossoms by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver old bicycle in the tidal debris of False Creek by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver intentional camera movement blude swirls by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver black & white image of a woman reading paper in Dr Sun Yat Sen Gardens by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver downtown architecture reflection of Marine Building by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver nature and water droplets by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver downtown architecture city of glass with windo washer by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver man eating noodles with white hat in Chinatown by Aura McKay Photo Tours Vancouver night photography at Granville Island image of Burrard Bridge by Aura McKay

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