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Melbourne Laneway Photography Tours

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Melbourne Laneway Photography Tours

Expect the unexpected and discover a Melbourne you did not know existed when you journey into the world of little streets and laneways that lies at the vibrant heart of Melbourne. This village within the city is a darkly interesting world, with a gothic and theatrical edge and a fabulous visual story just waiting to be photographed.

Wander through the laneways with award winning photographer (National Geographic Traveler Magazine - Best Travel Pictures of 2011) Jaime Murcia, author of 'Little Big Town' a photographic journey down Melbourne's little streets and laneways.

Street photographer Jaime Murcia takes you on a photographic walking tour of Melbourne's iconic laneways. Whether you are a complete beginner or more advanced, Jaime is on hand to offer tuition, advice and encouragement to your needs and welcomes questions. He will talk about the technical stuff like how to consistently get a good exposure, composition and learning to see.

Whether you have a point and shoot, smartphone or a great digital SLR, you will be able to capture many unique images.

Starting from the State Library, tours run on Saturday mornings and last for two hours. Night time tours run on selected Tuesday nights.

Price & booking

Price

$49.00 - $145.00

Price range from group to private tours.

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  • Departure details: 02/03/16 - 31/12/16

    Sat: 10:30am - 12:30pm

Tour operator

Award winning photographer, Jaime Murcia, has been shooting professionally for over 25 years carrying his camera with humour, compassion and curiosity and has been published right across Australia and overseas.

Jaime Murcia is a member and past President of MAPgroup (Many Australian Photographers), a non-profit association of around forty photographers who share a passion and commitment to high quality, independent documentary image making and street photography.

A number of Jaime's photos are held in the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra and the National Library of Australia.