Japanese Nature Photography Workshops
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Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Japan Dreamscapes
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Nature is boundless, and when Japan Dreamscapes (JDS) Workshop Leaders are leading a Japan Photo Tour, they always keep this in mind.  Once autumn has come, it will be vital to think about nature in a three dimensions.  Many photographers pan their cameras left, right, straight ahead, and sometimes even behind them, but in doing so, a Japan Photography Workshop client may be missing the glory of the natural canopy and the photo ops above them.  Nikko Photo Tours have remarkable shutter chances because the forests span so many different elevations, the natural landscapes being all around you.  Nikko is also an area rich in samurai tradition.  JDS Photo Workshop Guides have more than 20 years experience leading photo tours in Japan, so they know the best times of day as well as the best locations for taking breathtaking photos.  JDS Photo Tour Leaders believe in your skill to take excellent photos, but with their guidance your photos can be further elevated. 


Another part of nature clients can enjoy on their photo tours is volcanoes, as 10% of all active volcanoes are here.  The most famous of all active volcanoes in Japan is, of course, Mt. Fuji which is also part of several different photo tours.  More than the iconic snow-capped Mt. Fuji, other photo ops are also available such dynamic gas venting from cracks in the earth close enough to the surface.  The unpredictable nature of the thermal venting makes it impossible to promise as a shutter chance for every photo tour participant on a Japan Photo Tour, but you could be one of the lucky ones to have the opportunity to take those pictures.  Many JDS Tours include Mt. Fuji, the Osaka Tours and others, but if you’d like to create a personalized tour, please contact JDS, and we’ll help create your ideal itinerary.


Why not join a tour and see autumn in Japan?  If this year is just too busy for you, JDS accepts reservations for photo tours until 2021.  If you have questions about a tour, please contact us!

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