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Half Day Private and Tailor-made Photography Tour

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When you're planning a vacation, or are simply just heading out for the weekend , one of the first few things you pack is your camera. And why not, every country has its own beauty and uniqueness to add on to your special box of memories. But then there are silly issues like the pictures are blurred, or there's too much light that's caused over-exposure, or it's simply too dark, because you couldn't get the settings right. Don't worry, everyone's been there at some point, and you shouldn't settle for any less when it comes to creating memories.So gear up and take some real photography lessons. This isn't your usual class, where you sit down and play with your camera, you'll learn from a professional photographer who's chalked up 40 years of experience in the industry. If that didn't convince you, then you'd be glad to know that not only does your photographer know every nook in Bali, but his works have been published in several magazines, brochures, exhibitions, and trade shows.On this photography tour, you'll learn how to set up your camera and use its various functions as and when. You'll learn to overcome issues like high contrast lighting and problems in the likes. Apart from the lesson, you'll be taken to places such as Tanah Lot, Uluwatu Temples and Kuta beach to put your skills to test. So gear up to capture beautiful sunsets like a pro. Plus, you'll be heading to galleries where you can take images of the local arts and culture scene.Next up, is a visit to the crater of Mount Batur, the Kintamani volcano, where small communities reside. You'll love the visit to the Civit cat, that's famous for coffee Luwak, and also known as the world's most expensive coffee.Don't worry if you're a rookie or a professional, the photographer shall handle any questions and any skill level with utmost professionalism. You're guaranteed to take back a whole lot of information and skill with you, so your future adventures are literally picture-perfect.If you can, having a SLR camera that's capable of Manual exposure settings is recommended, however even a modest point and shoot camera will be fine so don?t feel that you must have expensive cameras and lots of lenses and equipment to take full advantage of the tours.*All locations available on a half day tour depends on the amount of driving involved.*There are several half day tours available (and you may pick one or possibly two locations) including but not limited to: 1. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces ? breathtaking views wi

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