Group Photography Tours in Vancouver, BC

Photo Tours Vancouver group photo tour participants in Yaletown by Aura McKay

Regularly scheduled, small group, photography walking tours led by a local photography expert.

Group photo tours are a great way to meet other photographers and check out Vancouver at a relaxed pace with lot’s of opportunity for questions, conversation, and exploring compositions.  Tours run at different times of the day and most are suitable to any skill level and camera – even your iPhone. You’ll come away from these tours with more confidence and better photographs!

Regularly scheduled 2 hour walking photo tours highlight various favourite locations around the city and generally focus on some aspect of creative or skill development like…

Creativity and Composition
Street Photography
Travel Photography
Night Photography
and more….

Group photo tours start at $65*
*per photographer and group size is from 6 to 16 people

All of our upcoming group photo tours are listed below.

You can also view these listings as a monthly calendar and sort by category or tag. (Use the drop down arrows beside “Agenda”) For example: nature or architecture or Gastown or Chinatown.

If you want more information about all the great places in Vancouver we specialize in, check out the tour locations page.

Don’t see what you’re looking for?  Consider booking a private photo tour.

Sep
27
Wed
Gastown – Street Photography & Culture
Sep 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Photo Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - steam Clock

Historic Gastown, Vancouver, BC

Street & Travel Photography Walking Photo Tour


Eventbrite - Historic Gastown Walking Photo Tour

This historic district’s cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings that today house everything from souvenir shops and First Nations galleries to stylish clothing boutiques and gritty graffiti.

A perfect area to people watch and learn new street photography and photojournalism techniques!  Group photo tours here offer an opportunity to photograph architecture, people, and perhaps Vancouver’s most iconic landmark, the Steam Clock.

FAQs

What if I have 2 to 4 people in my party?

Tours start at $65 per person.  If you are registering a party of 2 to 4 people the tour is $60 – $55 per person.

If you are booking a small group of 4 or more, you may want to consider a private photo tour option.  Private photo tours are guaranteed to run at the scheduled time and date and can be customize to your location preference and photography style.  Click here for more information.

 

What should I bring to the event?

A zoom lens, fully charged batteries and lot’s of room on your memory card.  A tripod is not recommended.

This photo tour is suitable to all skill levels and all camera types – even iPhones!

What if the weather is terrible?

This photo tour will go ahead in light to moderate rain but will be cancelled if there is terrible weather (photography is supposed to fun, right?) Confirmation will be sent out 24 hours before and you can always call me an hour or two ahead of time to make sure.  1.778.994.4904

When will I know for sure that this photo tour is going ahead?

All small group photo tours require a minimum of 6 people.  Confirmation will be sent out 24 hours before the start time by email and you can always call me an hour or two ahead of time to make sure. 1.778.994.4904

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

info@phototoursvancouver.com  or 1.778.994.4904

Is my registration/ticket transferable?

Yes. No problem.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. We will have an electronic record of your registration.

What is the refund policy?

Tickets are fully refunded if the minimum numbers for this photo tour are not met.  Cancellation 48 hours or more before the event can be fully refunded or applied to a future group photo tour or private lesson.  Cancellations less than 48 hours before the event and no shows are not refunded.

Photo Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyThe Vancouver neighborhood known as Gastown, situated at the northeast corner of the downtown area, is considered to be the birthplace of this city. Most of the major events that have occurred since Vancouver's story began, happened in or within blocks of Gastown. This historic district's cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings that today house everything from souvenir shops and First Nations galleries to stylish clothing boutiques. A perfect area to people watch and learn new street photography and photojournalism techniques! Group photo tours here offer an opportunity to photograph architecture, people, and perhaps Vancouver's most iconic landmarks, the Steam Clock.

Sep
30
Sat
Gastown – Street Photography & Culture
Sep 30 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Photo Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - steam Clock

Historic Gastown, Vancouver, BC

Street & Travel Photography Walking Photo Tour


Eventbrite - Historic Gastown Walking Photo Tour

This historic district’s cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings that today house everything from souvenir shops and First Nations galleries to stylish clothing boutiques and gritty graffiti.

A perfect area to people watch and learn new street photography and photojournalism techniques!  Group photo tours here offer an opportunity to photograph architecture, people, and perhaps Vancouver’s most iconic landmark, the Steam Clock.

FAQs

What if I have 2 to 4 people in my party?

Tours start at $65 per person.  If you are registering a party of 2 to 4 people the tour is $60 – $55 per person.

If you are booking a small group of 4 or more, you may want to consider a private photo tour option.  Private photo tours are guaranteed to run at the scheduled time and date and can be customize to your location preference and photography style.  Click here for more information.

 

What should I bring to the event?

A zoom lens, fully charged batteries and lot’s of room on your memory card.  A tripod is not recommended.

This photo tour is suitable to all skill levels and all camera types – even iPhones!

What if the weather is terrible?

This photo tour will go ahead in light to moderate rain but will be cancelled if there is terrible weather (photography is supposed to fun, right?) Confirmation will be sent out 24 hours before and you can always call me an hour or two ahead of time to make sure.  1.778.994.4904

When will I know for sure that this photo tour is going ahead?

All small group photo tours require a minimum of 6 people.  Confirmation will be sent out 24 hours before the start time by email and you can always call me an hour or two ahead of time to make sure. 1.778.994.4904

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

info@phototoursvancouver.com  or 1.778.994.4904

Is my registration/ticket transferable?

Yes. No problem.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. We will have an electronic record of your registration.

What is the refund policy?

Tickets are fully refunded if the minimum numbers for this photo tour are not met.  Cancellation 48 hours or more before the event can be fully refunded or applied to a future group photo tour or private lesson.  Cancellations less than 48 hours before the event and no shows are not refunded.

Photo Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyPhoto Tours Vancouver Historic Gastown - Street PhotographyThe Vancouver neighborhood known as Gastown, situated at the northeast corner of the downtown area, is considered to be the birthplace of this city. Most of the major events that have occurred since Vancouver's story began, happened in or within blocks of Gastown. This historic district's cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings that today house everything from souvenir shops and First Nations galleries to stylish clothing boutiques. A perfect area to people watch and learn new street photography and photojournalism techniques! Group photo tours here offer an opportunity to photograph architecture, people, and perhaps Vancouver's most iconic landmarks, the Steam Clock.