Personalised Photography Tours & Courses Hong Kong
Personalised Photography tours creat your own photography tours, workshops or courses, to suit your interests by Jackie Peers, Hong Kong
Personalised photography tours, to individuals, groups of friends or to educational groups. Can be tailor made to suit your requirements. As on all the photography days, first Jackie works out, what you do know, and what more you need to learn, and starting at that point, she builds on your knowledge to master your own camera even better. Addressing the elements of composition as you go along.
Please email with any enquiries about individual tuition or small group, one-day photography tours.
With so many festivals and celebrations in Hong Kong we can often coincide our tours with one of these special events. Please let me know what your interests are.
Jackie caters to all levels of expertise. Some people may have just made a new purchase and are keen to put it to use. Others may have owned a good-quality camera for some time without ever fully utilising its features. Still others may be expert photographers requiring no technical guidance at all, but just seeking wonderful locations very few visit.
Whatever your background as a photographer is, you can take advantage of Jackie’s local knowledge and 15 years as a professional photographer and join her on a day out in Hong Kong. After assessing your level of expertise with the camera, she’ll set you some tasks to do. Jackie’s enthusiasm for photography and a setting that includes both natural landscapes, old indigenous villages of Hong Kong or the backstreet markets of Kowloon, guarantee a great photographic day.
Only a mile or two down the coastline from the neon-lit spires of TST, the tumble-down village of Sam Ka Tsuen clings to the rocky shore of Lei Yue Mun, the narrow channel between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, which forms Victoria Harbour’s ‘east gate’. Elderly folk bravely dodge the shipping in single oared skiffs, a bustling seafood bazaar attracts busloads of Chinese tourists, dilapidated old houses are propped up on stilts on the sea’s edge and villagers go about their day-to-day lives, including worship at the historic Tin Hau temple. It’s a photographers’ delight and yet another example of the startling contrasts that make Hong Kong unique.
The Sai Kung uplands and coasts have always been sparsely populated and, from the 1970s, many villagers left their ancestral lands in favour of city lives. Photography tours offer a unique insight into the homes, lands and beaches these villagers left behind. Although just 20km from Kowloon, this tour will make you feel a world away.
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