A Day to Remember

Embark on a photo tour and discover the best spots for picture taking


The fact that Santorini is one of the most photographed islands in the world does not mean that taking a great picture is easy. Sure, it is very tempting to snap run-of-the-mill shots from the top of the caldera but there are few who have explored the secret spots or studied the harsh island light and know at which time of day a simple photograph can look like it came from a professional. Constantina Sidiropoulou is one such person. An oenologist by training who succumbed to her passion for photography, she spent months exploring the island’s nooks and crannies, recording its prettiest spots and creating the perfect frames. A graduate of the Leica Academy of Athens, she offers tailor-made private tours, along themes such as landscapes, architecture, the caldera, etc. She has also designed more general tours aimed at beginners and advanced photographers, lasting from 2 to 6 hours, for two to 12 people, with prices starting at 70 euros per person and including transportation.

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K-YELLOW 
Mob. (+30) 6984.229.712
www.kyellow.photo



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