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 Award Winning Professional, Local College Level Instructor
Professional Photographers are not very good teachers, they can’t explain the technical stuff that you need to understand. Our Photography Instructors are Professional Photographers who can explain the technical and compositional aspects you need to know.
A Photo Walk for Everyone
Beginners, Hobbyists and Advanced; Smart Phones, Pads, Point and Shoot, DSLR, and Mirrorless.
NEW ORLEANS PHOTO WALKS CEMETERY TOUR
A Photo Walk for both Beginner and Experienced. Cypress Grove Cemetery, intersection of Canal Street and City Park Avenue at the end of the Canal Street Street Car line.
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.
NEW ORLEANS PHOTO WALKS FRENCH QUARTER BEGINNERS TOUR
How to use your camera to capture New Orleans’ uniqueness. A 2 Hour Photo Walk of the French Quarter for Beginners and Hobbyists with Point and Shoot, Smart Phones, Pads, and DSLR cameras.
French Quarter, New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS PHOTO WALKS FRENCH QUARTER ADVANCED TOUR
Improve your photography skills. Learn how to use shutter speeds, capture motion, maximize light and shadow… A 2 hour Photo Walk of the French Quarter for the Experienced Photographer.
MEET YOUR GUIDE
A native New Orleanian, born in the Irish Channel, I returned to New Orleans after living 15 years in the Kansas City area. The lure of the eclectic spirited community, festivals and music and of course the food made coming home an easy decision.
While in KCMO, I was fortunate to be exposed to great photographic learning opportunities which developed my eye and passion. And what a treat to return home, to all the amazing photo ops here. Street photography, architecture, wildlife, nature, cemeteries – endless opportunities.