Shooting photos at Boqueria food market

Boqueria food market Boqueria food market is considered as one of the finest and most colorful public markets in Spain. Located in the old town, along the famous Rambla street, the large food market is part of the regular itineraries covered by Barcelona Photowalk’s photo tours due to the many photographic opportunities it offers. Boqueria food market is open all year round, except on Sundays and public holidays, from 8 AM to 8 PM. The fish market, located in the middle of the covered market and probably the foremost attraction inside the market, is closed on Mondays. As said, Boqueria market is on our photo tour bucket list as it offers a wide range of colorful goods and animated stallholders to shoot pictures of in a noisy but exciting environment. Here are a few photographic tips to help you for a successful photo shoot inside Boqueria market. Remember Boqueria is a covered market. This means you may get a few problems due to low light levels inside or artificial lighting. You can solve out the first problem simply by increasing your camera’s ISO. ISO 800 or ISO 1000 are acceptable values. Try not to exceed those values in order to keep any noise level (digital noise) acceptable in your photos. You can solve out the problem of artificial lighting by selecting the auto white balance setting of your camera or manually, accordingly, to the particular lights used by the single stalls.

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Before Sunrise Photo Tour

Before Sunrise Photo TourIntroducing Before Sunrise Photo Tour, our brand new offered photowalk in Barcelona. It’s really a unique experience to enjoy this beautiful Spanish city with your camera. This early bird photo tour lasts one and half hour and takes place in the Gothic Quarter, the historical medieval heart of Barcelona and, definitely, the most beautiful part of the old town. Why offering such a very early morning photo tour?

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