A Past Guest Said It Best:
“Ifyou’re a novice Andy will help with technique and technical instruction.
If you’re a competent photographer he’ll take you to a number of out of the way photo sites whilst helping you to broaden and improve your photographic style.
About Photo Tour Brugge
Planned for Photography: Best light, visual appeal, diversity in themes over all tours.
For ALL photographers: Daily open & private tours, options for all skills and style.
Optional Learning: Take in our photo tips or “just shoot!”, choice is 100% yours.
All our photo tours (except groups) include a free +1 non camera friend.
Maximum 5 photographers per open tour. You’re never just a number with us.
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10am Photo Tour: Edges of Brugge
Exploring central sidestreets & canals, all as fresh light fills in the morning details.
Photo Focus: Canals, side streets, and staying somewhat central while getting off the path.
Locations vs. Learning: While always here to help beginners, it’s slightly more about locations on this tour.
10am Photo Tour info
1pm Photo Tour: Essential Brugge
Photo Focus: Historic/popular area of Brugge, popular spots while avoiding crowds.
Locations vs. Learning: The best tour for beginners, but experienced shooters will have time & tips aplenty.
1pm Photo Tour info
4pm Photo Tour: Hidden Brugge
Photo Focus: Going local and getting far from the crowds, we step into the -real- Brugge.
Locations vs. Learning: A balance of both, chasing the afternoon light but here to help.
4pm Photo Tour info
8pm Photo Tour: Shades of Brugge
Photo Focus: Popular, hidden, or both. As it’s a private tour, just let us know.
Locations vs. Learning: As this is offered as a private tour only: The balance that best suits you.
8pm Photo Tour info
Beyond The Photos
While our main focus is obviously on better photography, we also provide some thoughts on the locations we visit.
Expect some historical info to go with the photos, local anecdotes, and honest advice for enjoying Brugge once you put the camera down.
Why go somewhere if it’s just for the photos?