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Tailor-made photography workshops and Private Classes
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  • Price: US$169 / 1 pax
  • Price: US$30 per additional participant
  • Departure: Monday to Sunday – 6:00am or 2:00pm
  • Duration: 4h00 Hours
  • Group Size: 3 persons max.
  • Level: Beginners to Advanced
  • Pickup & drop-off: Your hotel in District 1
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Get your one-on-one private photography class, solo or accompanied by a few friends or family members. Whether you are an experienced image hunter or a total beginner, we tailor tours specific to your needs for a great learning experience through offbeat areas of Saigon.

We will start by evaluating your needs and if necessary, go through some photography basics, before embarking on our journey into Saigon’s streets. We could work on your apprehension of photographing complete strangers in the street, composition rules, making the most out of a given light setting, perfecting your photographic style… you chose!


Tour Includes : Private photographic guidance from Arnaud, hotel pickup & drop off in district 1, bottled water, coffee break, entrance fees (if applicable)
Tour Excludes : Insurance

General Information

Who are our tours designed for?
Anyone who loves travel and photography is welcomed, whatever your level of experience – the most important thing is enthusiasm. Our tours can be summed up in three words – sharing, friendship and smiles. Your non-photographer friends & family are also welcomed to join – as long as they don’t mind hanging around while the photographers do their thing!
Improve your photography!
With Arnaud’s advice and guidance, you’ll quickly become more familiar with your equipment and refine your eye for a good image without being swamped by technical details. You’ll learn how to read light, how to compose a shot, and how to tell a visual story – in short, you’ll release more of your creative potential. Mastering photography is a long and enjoyable journey, and one without end. The main objective of our tours is for you to become a better photographer by the end of each day.
What equipment?
The best camera is the one you already have! Travel light – a DSLR with wide angle and zoom lenses is more than sufficient for our tours. Hybrids, compacts and even smartphones are equally welcome! Other than that, all you’ll need is a fully-charged battery and enough memory cards. If you can, bring along your laptop so we can critique your photos and also show you a few tips for using Lightroom.
Meet the locals
You’ll get to meet the local population, find out about their way of life, and experience their friendly company – all while taking some fantastic photos! We’ll show you how to break the ice with the Vietnamese and how to make your camera a valuable ally in making connections with them.
Encounter the unexpected
We don’t impose strict itineraries on our travelers; every one of our journeys in Vietnam is unique – no two tours are ever the same! Spontaneous encounters and varying light conditions create different photography opportunities every time. One moment you’ll be standing on the edge of a rice field photographing a farmer at work; the next you’ll be invited into a local house for tea; or maybe you’ll be navigating your way along a narrow canal by sampan or a country lane on the back of a motorbike – most of the time we’ll just go with the flow!
Small groups only
Our maximum group size is six. This enables us to give every photographer plenty of individual attention, and also makes it easier for us to blend into the environment and not be overly intrusive when we’re meeting the locals.
Your host - Arnaud Foucard
A keen photographer of landscapes and people, Arnaud leads photography tours in the Mekong Delta and other beautiful places in Vietnam. Before becoming a photographer he spent ten years in Vietnam as a tour operator and knows the country intimately. Photography has always been his passion, and so one day he decided to turn that passion into a living – now he devotes his time to helping fellow photography enthusiasts discover little-known and picturesque parts of Vietnam, while improving their photographic skills.

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