Photograph Ulster-Photography Day Tours
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Unit 5 & 6, Macs Market
3 Railway Place, Coleraine, County Londonderry,
Ms Charlotte Henry
Photograph Ulster specialises in outdoor photography day tours and workshops.
Photograph Ulster specialises in outdoor photography day tours and workshops taking in the world-renowned landmarks and scenery of Northern Ireland and in particular the spectacular Causeway Coast.Our Causeway Coast Photo Tour gives you the opportunity to view this world-renowned coastline while learning about landscape photography under the guidance of a professional photographer as well as delving into the history and the folklore of this fascinating area.
Our photography day tours are suitable for all ages and abilities. Enthusiastic amateur photographers and non-photographers will receive personalised photographic pointers and guidance. More experienced photographers will also pick up pro tips and techniques. And if you just want to come along for the scenery there is plenty to see and do along the way.
Our Causeway Coast Day Tour runs every Thursday in partnership with Glenara Elite Travel.
Time: Thurdsays 10:00 - 18:00 (approx.)
Departs and Terminates:
Glenara Elite Travel
Unit 5 & 6, Macs Market, 3 Railway Place
Stops and Photo Opportunities:
Photography day tours starting from £45 per person under the guidance of a professional photographer.
Please visit our website for full itinerary- www.photographulster.com
Photograph Ulster also creates tailor-made photography tours for small groups, special occasions or one-to-one tuition.
We can accommodate 1 to 16 persons on these tours and can arrange everything from the bespoke itinerary, access to special sites and venues and include all food and refreshments.
Bespoke & Private Photo Tours available departing from your chosen location and time. Email info@photographulster to arrange a bespoke photo tour for your group or party.
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