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Vanier Park

Vanier Park – 1683 Whyte Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia – Wow what a great hot spot this is! It offers a ton of fresh opportunities to get some naturally dynamic images. The boats are incredible the way they all stack up. Get lucky and go on a cloudy day and you’ll be creating some fantastic art here.  We waited and waited for the sun to pop out from behind the clouds since we do not shoot without the sun. It only popped out for a few seconds here and there so the images here could be much more dynamic. It was the last day of the Extra Eyes Photo Tour, and our hotel was nearby to be close to the airport for the morning flight out.    The tour was changed around this year. The Trans Canadian Highway got flooded out. We didn’t panic. We just changed our route to end in Vancouver, and the airports and rental cars cooperated since it was a declared emergency. There was no charge for changing anything, and we had an incredible tour. One day of rain out of six but take a look at the amazing images on this Extra Eyes Photo Tour.   Vancouver photography hot spots – send us your pictures.

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Vanier Park – 1683 Whyte Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia

Without a doubt, you will need your widest angle lens here. We did a lot of photo stitching here. If you have a panoramic tripod head to avoid the distortion, you will need it here. See our image above.  The water doesn’t move too much, but you should bring your tripod with your neutral density filters and see how much flow you can get here. A circular polarizing filter, of course, is always a must.

Lens: Wide angle and have a zoom handy for birds if you like birds.

Gear List at a glance: Circular polarizing filter, neutral density filter, tripod, shutter release.

If you don’t have a neutral density filter, you can buy one here.



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Park Information:

Vanier Park – 1683 Whyte Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia – Vanier Park plays host to several of Vancouver’s biggest summer festivals, including the International Children’s Festival and the Shakespearean Bard on the Beach. It is the biggest and most famous of the fifteen parks in Kitsilano.

The Burrard Bridge (sometimes referred to as the Burrard Street Bridge) is a five-lane, Art Deco style, steel truss bridge constructed in 1930-1932. The high, five-part bridge on four piers spans False Creek, connecting downtown Vancouver with Kitsilano via connections to Burrard Street on both ends. It is one of three bridges crossing False Creek. The other two bridges are the Granville Bridge, three blocks or 0.5 km (0.31 mi) to the southeast, and the Cambie Street Bridge, about 11 blocks or 2 km (1.2 mi) to the east. In addition to the vehicle deck, the Burrard Bridge has sidewalks on both sides, 2.6 m (8 ft 6 in) wide, the northern one (with a view of English Bay and West Vancouver) for pedestrians and the southern one (with a view of False Creek) now dedicated to cyclists.

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