南禅スピリット〈 グループ〉

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アドベンチャータイプ

グループ

最大人数

4人

時間

2時間半

場所

南禅寺

言語

英語

含まれているもの

プロカメラインストラクター

含まれていないもの

カメラ
宿へのお迎え

オススメする機材

18-55mmズームレンズまたは類似しているもの

風景

そこにあるもの

静寂な寺院に文化、そして数多くの宗教的遺産で知られる京都。しかしそこは、バスいっぱいの観光客が自撮り棒を振り回すメッカでもあるだろう。そんな人混みからは抜け出し、禅のお寺で平穏を見つけに行こう。趣のある静かな南禅寺とその一帯では、精神を研ぎ澄ませ、禅の状態になり、写真を練習できるだろう。

撮るもの・学ぶこと

京都の静寂な禅のお寺という制限の中、様々な光の条件下でいかに撮るか。各々のロケーションでその美を捉えるための、クリエイティブで効率的な写真構成の概念を見つける。このスキルを身につけて、残りの日本旅行にも活かそう!

探検ルート

自撮り棒や大勢の観光客で雑然としている有名な場所へは避け、その代わり、南禅寺周辺にある、あまり知られていない幾つかの小さな寺院へと案内しよう。そこでは、人混みに妨げられることなく、仏教の日本庭園の美を感じ流ことができ、真の禅への理解により親近感がわき、感銘を受けるだろう。

Instructors for this Photo Adventure

  1. Adeline S

    I did 2 courses with EYExplore, both were highly enjoyable. The first was Inari after Dusk. Axel took me to secret spots primed for taking amazing shots. I especially liked the idea of using props (candles, fluorescent light, yellow light, piece of cloth etc) to make a good photo stand out more and become a great photo. In the second tour we went to Nanzenji temple and the area around it, it was peak autumn and a lot of Japanese people came to see the wonderful foliage. It was more of an impromptu session as the shots we took depended on the light, the people, the wild animals (fish in the pond, not boars…). What was really good as well was that I get to know my camera better, find hidden settings that I never used before, learn how to make good/interesting composition, learn new tricks like using flash to lighten up the foreground, etc. So I hope that from these lessons I’ll be able to take better photos in the future! But even if that’s not the case, I’ve gone home with great photos and memories from these 2 places.

  1. Adeline S

    I did 2 courses with EYExplore, both were highly enjoyable. The first was Inari after Dusk. Axel took me to secret spots primed for taking amazing shots. I especially liked the idea of using props (candles, fluorescent light, yellow light, piece of cloth etc) to make a good photo stand out more and become a great photo. In the second tour we went to Nanzenji temple and the area around it, it was peak autumn and a lot of Japanese people came to see the wonderful foliage. It was more of an impromptu session as the shots we took depended on the light, the people, the wild animals (fish in the pond, not boars…). What was really good as well was that I get to know my camera better, find hidden settings that I never used before, learn how to make good/interesting composition, learn new tricks like using flash to lighten up the foreground, etc. So I hope that from these lessons I’ll be able to take better photos in the future! But even if that’s not the case, I’ve gone home with great photos and memories from these 2 places.

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We meet outside of the entrance gate called "ChuMon" of the Nanzen-ji complex (not the temple itself). You will see a car parking lot just next to the gate.