NEW ORLEANS PHOTO WALKS

New Orleans is a Photographer’s Paradise

“If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” Architecture from Baroque to Modern, the buildings and Cemeteries of New Orleans tell the story of a peculiar American city heavily influenced by its French, Spanish and Caribbean roots. Its diverse historical influences have impacted the urban fabric as much as the culture itself.

Photo Walks Led by Licensed New Orleans Tour Guides

Our Photo Walks tours are led by licensed New Orleans tour guides who not only help with the technical and compositional aspects you need to know but also put your shots into historical perspective.

A Photo Walk for Everyone

Beginners and Hobbyists; Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot, DSLR, and Mirrorless. A working knowledge of your DSLR or Mirrorless camera controls, i.e. ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed, is necessary to benefit from the instruction and enjoy the tour. For guests with Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot cameras you just want to make sure your device is fully charged.

NEW ORLEANS PHOTO WALKS FRENCH QUARTER TOUR

2 Hours

Small Group Tour

10am Friday – Sunday

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Wonderful Tour, Loved It!
 
“This is review is a little late, but my husband and I really enjoyed our walking tour of the french quarter with Donald in early May 2018. We met him in Washington Artillery Park. Donald knew a ton about the history of New Orleans and the French Quarter, and was a terrific teacher to help us learn more about how to compose great photos. I loved that I could learn with my iPhone rather than carrying my big 35mm camera…since I always have my iPhone with me. We totally lucked out that day as we were the only two people signed up for our tour so we ended up with a private tour that Donald was able to tailor a bit to our interests. We highly recommend this tour!”

How to use your camera to capture New Orleans’ uniqueness. A two hour New Orleans Photo Walk of the French Quarter for Hobbyists, Beginners and Advanced with Point and Shoot, Smart Phones, Pads, DSLR and Mirrorless cameras.

Immerse yourself into a unique culture while learning to take better photos. While our tour stops are primarily driven by lighting we believe every photograph taken in the French Quarter is a unique opportunity to compose, combining history with the shot.

A Photo Walk for Everyone

Beginners and Hobbyists; Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot, DSLR, and Mirrorless. A working knowledge of your DSLR or Mirrorless camera controls, i.e. ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed, is necessary to benefit from the instruction and enjoy the tour. For guests with Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot cameras you just want to make sure your device is fully charged.

Meet us in front of Cafe Beignet’s Decatur Street location, 600 Decatur St., in the French Quarter along the river – the starting point for your tour.

 

NEW ORLEANS PHOTO WALKS CEMETERY TOUR

2 Hours

Small Group Tour

8am Friday – Sunday (8:30am November 7 – March 13)

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Leeds Tomb

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New Orleans PhotoWalks Cemetery Tour

“One of my favorite things to do when visiting a new city is to take a photo tour because it’s a great way to practice my hobby while learning about a new place. This tour was excellent for both. I met Donald, the instructor, at the Cypress Grove Cemetery, and spent two hours touring the location with him. Donald is a local photography teacher. In addition to teaching me new photography techniques, he also educated me about New Orleans’ interesting history and burial practices. I highly recommend this tour.”

A New Orleans Photo Walk In Cypress Grove

Learn how to use your camera to best capture what’s uniquely New Orleans while exploring the stunning architectural above ground tombs and vaults of Historical Cypress Grove Cemetery established 1838, one of New Orleans’ Cities Of The Dead. Take a walk with us among the bones of the dead and find out why, as New Orleans grew, a way to bury large numbers of people had to be found. Learn about our unique burial customs and what led to the evolution of New Orleans’ Cities of the Dead? Discover the history behind what’s been called “America’s Most Interesting City”.

Crafted in marble, granite, and cast iron, tombs at Cypress Grove are among the nations leading examples of memorial architecture. Leading architects and craftsmen were called upon to design and build tombs commemorating the lives of New Orleans’ most prominent citizens. Enter thru the monumental Egyptian Revival style gate, a triumphal passage from one world to the next, flanked by two pavilions, one a porter’s lodge and the other the so-called dead house.

Fantastic Photo Opportunities

Take advantage of the fantastic photo opportunities you will have as you listen to stories in front of the Maunsel White tomb, veteran of the Battle of New Orleans, among the first in the nation to market a sauce of Tabasco chiles; the Chinese tomb dedicated to Chinese immigrants to the city; the James Caldwell tomb who is known as New Orleans’ Father of Light; the all cast-iron Leed’s tomb, and hear the story of Mississippi Fire Company #2 in front of the Woodruff-McLeod tomb just to name a few. And visit, if we have time, the Hurricane Katrina Memorial just around the corner from Cypress Grove.

Immerse yourself into a unique culture while learning to take better photos.

A Photo Walk for Everyone

Beginners and Hobbyists; Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot, DSLR, and Mirrorless. A working knowledge of your DSLR or Mirrorless camera controls, i.e. ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed, is necessary to benefit from the instruction and enjoy the tour. For guests with Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot cameras you just want to make sure your device is fully charged.

New Orleans Tours, PhotoWalks, The Savvy Native
Cypress Grove Cemetery

This is where our New Orleans Photo Walks Cemetery Tour Starts . . .

You will receive a detailed confirmation including date, time, tour and map showing Cypress Grove Cemetery, located at the end of the Canal St. Street Car Line, 120 City Park Ave, as the starting point for your tour unless otherwise noted.  Take the Canal St. Street Car to the End of the Line or take the Canal Street Bus, Uber or Taxi.

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