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Oxford Camera Photo Tours offer you an amazing 2 hour guided tour, showing you, not only the best places to capture wonderful images but also sharing the history and landmarks of this amazing city.  The tours are kept to small intimate groups of 6-8 people, with professional informative guidance on how to get the best images.

 


 


 

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YOUR  GUIDE
Professional photographer Stuart Bebb was a senior photographer in the department of Physics in Oxford University for over 20 years.  He is a multi award winning photographer in his own right, and he loves nothing more sharing his passion for photography and his knowledge of Oxford.  You do not need the best camera to take great pictures, if you are in the right place at the right time and have an eye for a good image, the B&W images above were taken on an I-phone.  Stuart has a relaxed and friendly manner and is always happy to help people get the best out of their camera, while showing them some of the highlights of Oxford.

 


 
WHERE TO MEET
All tours meet and return to outside "The Experience Oxfordshire" visitor information centre 15 - 16 Broad Street Oxford OX1 3AS, there is a handy map HERE   Stuart will have a ruck sack on with the "Oxford Camera" Photo Tour logo.

 

 
FREQUENTLY  ASKED  QUESTIONS

Do I need a professional Camera ?
No, you can use any camera you like, even the camera on your mobile phone!

Will the tour go ahead if it is raining?
Absolutely, you can get some amazing images in the rain, also the tour can be adjusted to take some shelter in the many cloisters, chapels and colleges that Oxford has.

How many people are on the tour?
A maximum of 8 people, Stuart prefers to work with small groups to allow personal attention.

How do I book?
You can book online HERE simply select the date and time you would like to book, click on the link, this will take you to our secure online booking page. It is important that you either print off your receipt or bring along your mobile device to show a confirmation e-mail.

Meeting point
We suggest you arrive at the meeting point outside Oxford Visitor Information Centre at 15-16 Broad Street 10 minutes before the start of your tour. Please book for a later time if you think you might be delayed as we are unable to contact the guide once the tour has departed.

Your booking
The booking will be registered under the cardholder's name.
Your booking is made for a specific date and time. It is not transferable nor refundable.

Children
Children must be accompanied by an adult (maximum 2 children per adult).
Please note that pushchairs may not be admitted to a college and may have to be left outside at your own risk.

Access to colleges
Wheelchair users are welcome on all tours. As access to some colleges may be restricted, please let us know when you book your ticket so the tour can be made wheelchair accessible.

Guide dogs are allowed on the tours.
When visiting the colleges please follow your guide's advice as the group must adhere to the college’s visitor policy.

In exceptional circumstances access to a college might not be possible. However, your guide is trained to give you an enjoyable and informative tour, whatever the access arrangements.

Liability
Experience Oxfordshire and the Oxford Guild of Tour Guides do not accept liability for any damage or loss from any cause whatsoever in connection with this tour.

Tour feedback Instagram & Twitter
It would be great to receive some feedback on your photo tour, show us your images and #oxfordcamera or follow us on Instagram - oxfordcamera  or follow us on Twitter @oxfordcame