Dingli Sunset Photo Walk

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Dingli Sunset Photo Walk

35.00

Prices quoted are per person and inclusive of VAT

Duration: 3 Hours

Please note that we require a minimum of 5 people for photo walks, in the absence of which walk might be cancelled or postponed to a different day (see our faq's for more info). 

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Learn photography and improve your skills whilst having fun exploring the sights. The sunset photo walk starts an hour before sunset to allow time for set up and a run through of camera settings, after which we will continue to shoot for another hour after sunset. Schedule and availability given upon request.

What to bring? 

DSLR camera, Tripod or Mini Tripod. Comfortable walking shoes. 

What we teach

You'll learn the key principles to taking great photos. We don't just teach you how to put your camera in manual mode, Aperture priority mode and shutter priority mode but we also teach you how to use it to get the best out of your camera and why you need to put the camera into these settings.

We want you to make the most of our time together, so if there are any aspects of photography that you'd like to improve on please let us know. 

Here are just a few of the many techniques that we teach on our photography tours.

  • Exposure
  • Manual mode
  • Composition
  • Leading lines
  • Rule of thirds
  • Depth of field
  • Use of filters

The sights

Dingle Cliffs stages the highest point of the Maltese Islands at around 253 metres above sea-level. The cliffs propose a majestic sight with breathtaking views overlooking the open sea and Filfla, the small uninhabited island just across. 

Suitable for: Intermediate & Advanced Photographers