Utrecht Center & City, evening photo workshop

Target audience:

No specific requirements. For those who know and can apply the basic setting of the camera; for the creative, architectural and landscape photographers. During this workshop you are completely free to apply your own technique and to determine your own pace. If you like double exposure or want practical tips from me: no problem. Do you want to learn how to apply double exposures: unfortunately this is a long process, so you can not learn during a workshop.


€ 44 p.p.

Dates and times:

Saturday, 6 October 2018: 16:30 to 20:00

Saturday, 27 October 2018: 16:30 to 20:00

Saturday, 24 Novemer 2018: 16:00 to 19:30

Number of participants:

min 4 max 8

Walking distance:

2,5 - 3,5 km


Your camera and accessories, wide-angle lens, tripod, good walking shoes and clothing, adapted to the weather, flashlight / light. Possibly filters (ND, Stoppers, Polarization etc.).

Meeting place:

Domplein at the Dom Church


Access by public transport: from Utrecht Central get off at the Janskerkhof (buses: 7, 8, 18, 27, 28, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 74, 77 and much more) Travel time: +/- 10 minutes. By car: one of the many parking garages or P + R parking garages combined with public transport.



Utrecht: Utreg, Utereg, Stadsie Utreg, Domstad and Traiectum. Utrecht is currently one of the fastest growing and most dynamic cities in the Netherlands. The contrast between old and new can not be experienced anywhere near as in Utrecht. The new buildings of the station area are only a few minutes away. The city was founded by the Romans about 2,000 years ago. Extensively expanded in the eleventh century and the forerunner of the Cathedral was built in those days. In the 12th century, many of the characteristic shipyards and wharf cellars were built when Utrecht was granted city rights in 1122. Utrecht was one of the first Dutch cities with city rights in the twelfth century, and in those days the construction of the city wall was also started. The construction of the Dom Tower starts in 1321 and is only finished in 1382. An all-devouring tornado rages over Utrecht on 1 August 1674 and the nave of the church collapses. There is also a lot of damage elsewhere in the city due to the storm. The church and tower are separated for good. In 1636 the University of Utrecht was officially opened. In 1712 The Peace of Utrecht was signed. In 1808 Utrecht is the capital of the Kingdom of Holland for half a year. We also walk through a number of the special illuminated locations in the center (Trajectum Lumen). We walk along: the Dom Square, the Dom Church, the Dom Tower, the Pandhof, the main building of the University of Utrecht, the Nieuwe Gracht and the Janskerkhof.

You cannot ask me about complicated settings of a digital camera as I have no experience with them. I like to help you with questions about composition, technology and use of lenses / filters. I will photograph with you wherever possible.

Maybe see you soon!

With best regards,

Zoltán Pásztor

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