09 Aug 2010


Munich 2 Comments

You’ve found Guided Munich Photo Tours, which is (as far as I can tell) München’s first guided tour photo course. In the blog, I’ll be giving brief tips and and highlighting topics that can be discussed during your private tour.

My goal is to transform customers’ photos from snapshots like the left one, to photographs like the right one:

Dirndl & Lederhosen Comparison

Lots of people I see just aim their camera up at building X or monument Y, then click the shutter as fast as possible. Of course there’s a better way to capture that scene! The question is, what are some simple steps to follow that won’t overwhelm a beginning photographer?

I love the backwards clock on the Isartor gate… here are two different shots of the scene, showing how it can be improved by a better location & perspective.

Isartor Comparison

Join one of our tours, and your guide will explain how to take great photos like these, as well as show you the locations!

BMW HQ - Vierzylinder

Guided Munich offers a lot more than just a walking tour. You’ll learn skills to take better pictures, which will stay with you throughout all your future travels! If this sounds good, click the “Contact Us” link to arrange your tour. We guarantee you’ll enjoy it, or your money back!

Related posts:

  1. Isartor’s Backwards Clock
  2. Snowboard Carving Video
  3. Oktoberfest 2010 Dates & Tours
  4. German Privacy Laws
  5. Dirndl & Lederhosen

2 Responses to “Welcome!”

  1. Darren Imes says:

    27. Wow, awesome blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your site is fantastic, let alone the content!

    • Dave says:

      Thanks, Darren. WordPress is easy. I am an Internet veteran since the days of Mosaic ;-)