This shooting safari begins at 12pm (midday) , in a Cafe with a short discussion on exposure, composition and lighting and also technical issues for your particular camera. Participants are then given a little handbook including the photography tips that we are going to discus. Bernardo will give feedback and direction on how to improve each participant’s photographs.
Prepare your gear, this will be a aweosome!Then, the tour will continue as follows:
** Optional: (Tickets of Stadium admission not included)
We recommend you to wear comfortable and weather-appropriate clothes including comfortable walking shoes. There will be lots of walking & standing so be sure not to wear heels or anything that might give you discomfort. Since most photo safaris are held outdoors please dress for the weather (sun screen, sun glasses etc).
(The Tour duration is approximated. If the tour extends more, the price will be kept. The public tour will only take place if at least two people book this tour, otherwise is considered a private tour and the cost is 28usd per hour. Single bookers will be notified if a group has formed or not.)
Professional photographer, born in Buenos Aires in 1969. Since 2001 up to date, he works as a freelance stock photographer in several stock galleries of England, USA and Latin America.His photographs have been published in newspapers, books, travel catalogues and magazines, like: National Geographic…
I worked with Bernardo on my recent assignment in Buenos Aires for National Geographic Traveler, and he is one of the most dedicated, talented, and knowledgeable photographers I’ve had the privilege of shooting with anywhere. His knowledge of the city, and its photo opportunities, are second to none, and he is amazingly helpful and dedicated to getting you to the prime locations to capture the best shots possible. I only wish there was a Bernardo in every city I have to cover!