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Istanbul Photo Shooting

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We will meet in Blue Mosque area Infront of the mosque on the benches. We will start shooting there and you will have blue mosque and Hagia Sophia at the background of your photos. We will also visit seven hills restaurant and we will order you Turkish tea and we will shoot on their terrace with the Bosphorus view. After this place we will take the tram and go to Galata bridge. We will be shooting on and under the bridge with the view of Galata tower and Süleymaniye Mosque. And if we are lucky we might see some delphines on the golden horn. After Galata Bridge we will go to my favourite place in Istanbul; Ortaköy. We will be shooting there with the view of mosque, the bridge, and the Bosphorus. Also we will be playing with the pigeons and you will have amazing photos in this place. We will finish our photo shooting there and go to have a coffee together and we will check photos together.
Note 1: Please keep in mind that we need to start the shooting early in the morning to avoid crowds in your photos and also to capture the good and soft morning light.
Note 2: You can bring up to 2 or 3 different outfits. You can change in public bathrooms or restaurants or any coffee shop.

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• The Blue Mosque, Sultan Ahmet, Atmeydanı Cd. No:7, 34122 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey
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  • Duration: 2h
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