Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this tour for?
This tour is designed to accommodate the needs of amateurs, professionals and everyone in between. No matter what your experience/skill level you will certainly improve your knowledge of the city and your potential as an artist.

Where does the tour start?
The Photo-Tours of New York City start at the Information Booth in the ‘Great Hall’ of Grand Central Terminal (87 E 42nd Street | New York, NY | 10017).

What day and time does the tour start?
The exact meeting time will be coordinated with the tour participants but in general the tours start every full hour.

Where will the tour take me?
Each tour is a completely unique experience. Since tour groups usually consist of 1-5 people along with Sascha himself, the destinations chosen will always reflect the individual interests of the group members.

Do I have to be a Pro?
You do not have to be a professional photographer. This tour is for photo enthusiasts of all skill levels. From beginner to professional, everyone is welcome to participate.

What should I bring?
Your camera, an open mind and a willingness to learn; no question is too silly!

How many people will be in my group?
Groups are small to encourage questions and the personal contact with Sascha. Usually there are 1-5 people per group.

What about transportation?
Even though we will be mostly walking, every once in a while we will take the subway to get to different neighborhoods in New York. For that reason a subway ticket would be helpful.

How much is the tour?
Rates for the tour can be found here: RATES

What language is the tour in?
Sascha is fluent in English and German.

What about my wife/husband/partner? Can they come even though they do not want to photograph?
They sure can! Partners who would like to accompany the tour without actually photographing will be charged $30/hour.

How can I get the most out of this?
Take notes, ask questions and enjoy yourself! Sascha will take the time to make sure you are always comfortable with your new knowledge and that no question goes unanswered.