Red Light Walk
Discover magical Amsterdam with Photo Class: Smartphone Citywalks
Learn everything you need with your team for amazing smartphone photos of this mesmerizing city!
- Your Citywalk starts with a presentation from famous Dutch Photographer Jeroen Swolfs about this worldwide photo project streets of The World. Jeroen will teach you some simple but handy tricks that will improve your smartphone photography instantly.
- You pick your favorite route and your Citywalk starts. You’ll be accompanied by our Citywalks coaches who will share their tips with you on the spot.
- At the end of your Citywalk your best photos and those of your group will be presented on the big screen during a presentation at our Photo Class location.
|09:00||Start Citywalk at location|
|Presentation & education|
|10:00 – 10:30||Explanation Citywalks & start|
|10:30 – 12:00||Citywalks|
|12:00 – 13:00||Presentation work participants|
|14:00||Start Citywalk at location|
|14:00 – 15:00||Presentation & education|
|15:00 – 15:30||Explanation Citywalks & start|
|15:30 – 17:00||Citywalks|
|17:00 – 18:00||Presentation work participants|
Choose from these three stunning walks that guarantee superb photos!
Are you in New York or London? It’s the Amsterdam Zuidas! Of course, architecture plays a major role in this fascinating area. Some of the most eye-catching buildings in the Netherlands can be found on the Zuidas.
But the Zuidas is much more than just a business district. Thousands of people live and work here who you will take along in your story about this energetic district. This inspiring walk uses the longest exhibition in the world as your guideline: Streets of the World – Zuidas.
Based on the beautiful street photos by Jeroen Swolfs, which are displayed there in a 300-meter long exhibition, the loges in the world, you will receive your assignments and you will learn to view and photograph the Zuidas in a completely new way!
Red Light Walk
The famous and infamous Red Light District of Amsterdam! The beating heart of tourism in this old world city. Amsterdam once started here and you can still see that in the beautiful architecture and the houses that sometimes go back to the 11th century! The people of Amsterdam and the reportage style are central on this route. In the narrow alleys of the Red Light District you will encounter typical Amsterdam scenes and on the canals boats sail and swans swim. A 10-minute walk from Felix Meritis you can see Amsterdam in all its glory.
Walk out of the door at one of our locations and immediately find yourself on the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam. From Dam Square you walk via Herengracht, Leidsegracht and Prinsengracht towards the serene Amstel river. The fantastic buildings and magical canals with their houseboats guarantee special photos. The entire route is packed with curious little shops and Amsterdammers who are busy with their daily chores in ‘the 9 Streets’. Aesthetic photography at its best!
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Photo Class: Smartphone Citywalks by famous Dutch photographer Jeroen Swolfs
Jeroen Swolfs (1974) studied Law and Photojournalism. In 2009 Jeroen Swolfs started his worldwide photo project Streets of the World for which he traveled to 195 countries in 7 years to portray street life in a positive way. Streets of the World became one of the world’s biggest photo projects. National Geographic made a documentary about Jeroen’s travels for the project. In 2017 the photo book of Streets of the World was published and Jeroen wrote a novel about his adventures. In 2019 Streets of the World organized the largest photo exhibition in the world in Dubai and London. Jeroen Swolfs is Canon Influencer, TEDx speaker and entrepreneur and teaches at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Vrije Academie.
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