Capture Belgrade through the lens of a local!

Tours that let you explore the options of your camera and the city at the same time!

We take you on an adventurous discovery of your photographic skills and the city of Belgrade. Local photographers and guides will assist you and share their skills, know-hows and tricks about photography with you while sharing interesting stories about the sights and locations you visit.

Belgrade Nightlights
Tour

Find out the tricks how to make the best night photography of the most renowned historical part of the city.

Yugoslav Urban Legacy
Tour

The post WWII Yugoslav architecture of Novi Beograd represents a true photo playgroundin which you can photograph the “brutal communism” at its finest.

Downtown By Day
Tour

The best memento of a city center you can have is when you capture its vibrant atmosphere.

Belgrade Nightlights
Tour

Find out the tricks how to make the best night photography of the most renowned historical part of the city.

Yugoslav Urban Legacy
Tour

The post WWII Yugoslav architecture of Novi Beograd represents a true photo playgroundin which you can photograph the “brutal communism” at its finest.

Downtown By Day
Tour

The best memento of a city center you can have is when you capture its vibrant atmosphere.

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Belgrade Nightlights
Tour

Find out the tricks how to make the best night photography of the most renowned historical part of the city.

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Yugoslav Urban Legacy
Tour

The post WWII Yugoslav architecture of Novi Beograd represents a true photo playgroundin which you can photograph the “brutal communism” at its finest.

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Downtown By Day
Tour

The best memento of a city center you can have is when you capture its vibrant atmosphere.

Providing fun and engaging photo experience with elements of city exploration.

Your hosts

Bogdan Spasojević

You can always find me on the move, is it a bike (my favorite mean of transport), other vehicle or just on foot, it doesn’t matter. The important thing is that I’m always on a lookout for new and interesting places to take photos or capture moments.

Currently I am head of photography and video for a company Food & Culture Tour in Belgrade.

Since 2013 I am engaged as a local blogger for a website www.spottedbylocals.com.

Although I usually go for a more journalistic style of photography I enjoy capturing landscapes, cityscapes and all kind of events and urban situations too.

From 2013- 2014 I worked as an official photographer for Belgrade airport.

My interest in photography started way back in high school with a simple point-and-shoot camera. Potential for something more was quickly recognized by my father who was also into photography world back in his days. Over time others started recognizing the quality and potential of my work and that is why photography became something more than just a hobby. As a self-taught photographer I spent a lot of time learning how things work and am eager to show and share the photography know-hows to other people.

Marko Radošević

Grew up in East European urban enviroment which was a trigger point for my enthusiastic approach toward cityscape photography set-up.

Since my desire to enlist into many photo-exploration endeavours across Balkan region I’ve managed to document rather rare moments of pristine nature as much as raw beauty of civilised world.

From 2005 – 2008I was devoted to foodie and travel photography.

Engaged many time over into privately conducted photo-quests across Asia (Thailand, Japan…) in 2009 – 2010. That rich cultural shock momentum was my driving force.

Associated with many major open-air festivals across Europe, as a freelance photo journalist [on behalf of renowned portal www.welovefestivals.com .]

Must admit, I’m a festivalgoer.

Also as a contributor to several galleries with urban theme based exhibitions, I was able to review my work and compare with other fellow photographers.

Bogdan Spasojević

You can always find me on the move, is it a bike (my favorite mean of transport), other vehicle or just on foot, it doesn’t matter. The important thing is that I’m always on a lookout for new and interesting places to take photos or capture moments.

Currently I am head of photography and video for a company Food & Culture Tour in Belgrade.

Since 2013 I am engaged as a local blogger for a website www.spottedbylocals.com.

Although I usually go for a more journalistic style of photography I enjoy capturing landscapes, cityscapes and all kind of events and urban situations too.

From 2013- 2014 I worked as an official photographer for Belgrade airport.

My interest in photography started way back in high school with a simple point-and-shoot camera. Potential for something more was quickly recognized by my father who was also into photography world back in his days. Over time others started recognizing the quality and potential of my work and that is why photography became something more than just a hobby. As a self-taught photographer I spent a lot of time learning how things work and am eager to show and share the photography know-hows to other people.

Marko Radošević

Grew up in East European urban enviroment which was a trigger point for my enthusiastic approach toward cityscape photography set-up.

Since my desire to enlist into many photo-exploration endeavours across Balkan region I’ve managed to document rather rare moments of pristine nature as much as raw beauty of civilised world.

From 2005 – 2008I was devoted to foodie and travel photography.

Engaged many time over into privately conducted photo-quests across Asia (Thailand, Japan…) in 2009 – 2010. That rich cultural shock momentum was my driving force.

Associated with many major open-air festivals across Europe, as a freelance photo journalist [on behalf of renowned portal www.welovefestivals.com .]

Must admit, I’m a festivalgoer.

Also as a contributor to several galleries with urban theme based exhibitions, I was able to review my work and compare with other fellow photographers.

People who hold their back

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Belgrade Nightlights Tour

Yugoslav Urban Legacy Tour

Downtown By Day Tour

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Questions & answers

How do I book?

On our website there are buttons “book your tour today” on the main page or “see more and book” below each tour. When click on eat, it will guide you through our booking form where you can fulfill all the required fields.

How large are your groups?

Our groups are max 5 persons per one guide. If your group has more than 5 people, we’ll provide more guides.

What do I need to bring?

Bring your good mood and your photo equipment.

When do the photo tours start?

For each tour listed on our website we have suggested times.

Are meals included on your tours?

Yes. Depending of a tour you have booked, meals or snacks and drinks are included in the price.

How and when do I pay?

Currently, we accept only cash, and you can pay after the tour.

Do I need to leave a deposit to make my booking/reservation?

No. It’s not necessary. As soon as we receive your reservation, we’ll send you a booking confirmation email and that means you made a reservation. The whole amount you can pay when you finish your tour.

How do I cancel my booking/reservation?

Just send as an email that you would like to cancel your reservation.

What level of photographic skills do I need to have to attend a tour?

On our tours we have all levels: from beginners to advance knowledge photographers. According to your knowledge we’ll adjust a tour for you.

How physically demanding are your tours?

All are tours are walking tours. Age is not a limit as long as you feel physically fit to walk. Please let us know if you have any special needs and we suggest that you wear comfortable shoes and to keep your luggage as light as possible as you’ll be handling it along the tour.

Can I bring a non-shooting spouse/friend?

Yes, you can. Only if he/she is willing to pose and cooperate as a model. 😉

Do you follow a strict schedule?

All our tours have a full itinerary, however we are open to hear your suggestions. The only thing we cannot predict is weather, and if necessary while on a tour if the weather conditions change we’ll be forced to alter our route a little bit.

I have some food allergies/dietary restrictions, would that cause any problem?

Not at all, just let us know. In a booking form you may send us an optional note.

Do the tour leaders also take photos while on a tour?

Of course, our hosts will make some photos as a part of their teaching and demonstration process.

What if it’s raining?

We take weather conditions into consideration. Most of the time, we’ll do the tour regardless of the weather. We’ll have to postpone the tour only in cases of extremely bad weather conditions such as strong winds, heavy shower or snow etc.

Contact us

Email address

info@phototourbelgrade.com

Web address

www.phototourbelgrade.com

Phone

+381 62 8713980
Available for calls and sms.