Hanoi by Night
Explore the excitement of Hanoi in low-light
Explore the excitement of Hanoi in low-light, capturing the bustle of evening life around some of the city’s most intriguing landmarks. We start out at ancient O Quan Chuong Gate, in the beating heart of the city’s Old Quarter, before exploring the vibrant streets nearby. Then we’re high above French-built Long Bien Bridge, shooting traffic and trains as they cross the Red River. From here, we head over to Ba Dinh Square, where Ho Chi Minh once read Vietnam’s Declaration of Independence, and now a popular evening gathering place for local families. We photograph the atmospheric lowering of the Vietnamese flag in front of Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum by Uncle Ho’s white-uniformed guards. Last stop is Huu Tiep Lake, final resting place of an American B52 shot down during the war, and the perfect spot to work on our long exposure game. It all makes for an unforgettable evening exploring a photographer’s Hanoi.
What to Expect
Explore low light photography in the heart of Hanoi. Photography focus…
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Quan Chuong City Gate
Tour Length: Half Day – 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Level of Difficulty: Moderate Physical activity (Walking)
Training or guidance will be provided by our photographers throughout the tour. Our guides will tailor your learning experience depending on your interest, style and experience from amateurs to professionals we can provide simple techniques to improve your photography, gain further knowledge of your camera and lenses, as well as develop your photographic eye to capture that amazing composition.
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Professional Photographer Guide
Hotel Drop off
DSLR Camera / Film Camera
Fully Charged Battery
Wide Angle or Standard Zoom Lens