Sunset with the farmers
A dusty photography tour that brings us in the fields, capturing the action of the people at sunset. We also have the chance to walk through authentic villages where time stood still.
3 to 7 pm, starting in our office.
Sunset in Hoi An makes for an infinite hue of colours and reflections. Enjoy a ride to the farming villages, explore the rice paddies in the warm afternoon light, capture the workers planting, ploughing or harvesting rice. Under the guidance of our expert photographers, enter a traditional village along the river where we have created a strong relationship with the people over the years.
Photograph the magical lights of the old quarter, with a night photography workshop in the old town.
- Photography Workshop
- Water and Refreshments
- Your Photography Equipment
- Hotel pick up
At a glance
We meet at 3 pm in our office,
42 Phan Boi Chau, before heading by Minivan in the countryside. There we start our photography workshop around a drink, going through camera settings and composition, and of course, the way to approach people to take their picture.
We spend the afternoon walking through villages and fields, looking for the farming activity in the fields or the fishermen in the river.
After a refreshment, we head back to our Van and drive back to Hoi An old town for a night photography workshop.
Tour ends at 7 pm.
We use a Minivan
Yes, it’s quite hot in summertime in the afternoon. We provide water and have plenty of opportunities to find refreshments on the way. Think about taking a hat and some sunscreen.
We do walk quite a bit on this tour but it remains flat, with some adventures in dry fields. Any shoes will do. We may, though, be tempted to try the rice field mud if the opportunity arises 🙂
We can end it at the end of our night photography workshop which will be very close to the central market, or you can walk back with us 5 minutes to our office.
Of course, you can. Even though we start most of our photography tours discussing camera settings, most of our workshops are about composition and how to be creative. So any camera works!