Photo Tours

Our photo tours help teach aspiring photographers how to take great travel photographs. Ranging from 5 to 14+ days, they are held in some of the most photogenic places in the world. You will learn the skills to take your travel photography to the next level, all in a relaxed environment with the guidance of professional travel photographers. On our tours, you will visit the best locations at the best time in the day to utilise the best light. There will be various tasks and assignments on each tour all designed to ensure you improve a vast array of your photography skills. You will not only come back with wonderful photos but also incredible memories.

Why You Should Come On A Photo Tour

The benefit of a photo tour is that you will be immersed in photography for several days allowing the opportunity to cover a much wider range of topics. Also, because of the extra time we will have on a photo tour, we will be able to go much further off the tourist path. This allows us to get to the heart of a destination. On a photo tour, there will also be tasks and exercises to push your technical abilities.

On our photo tours, you will experience photographing a wide genre of topics covering everything from markets and landscapes to food and portraits. You’ll be getting up at sunrise to capture amazing shots and waiting for the perfect photo at sunset. Photo tours might also include time in a classroom. This will be for reviewing images and getting feedback from the tutors. All this is run in a relaxed and friendly environment with like-minded people. But above all this, our photo tours are fun and enjoyable. They give you amazing memories of a destination to go with the great photos you’ll capture.

So whether you are a complete beginner or want to see how you can improve your travel photos, come and discover our photo tours for yourself. You’ll be amazed at how much your photography will improve.

What You Might Learn On A Photo Tour

Our range of photo tours are designed to immerse you into travel photography. Here are some of the things that you will learn on a typical photo tour:

– Understanding the exposure triangle

– Capturing amazing sunrise and sunset shots

– Scouting a location to find the best spots for potential shots

– What to look for and how to find unique shots

– How to capture images that sell

– How to photograph a location covering multiple scenarios and shots

– Image review and feedback from the tutors

– How to photograph people

– Being able to pre-visualise and subsequently executing the shot

– Ideal settings and techniques for each scenario

– Tips, advice, and techniques on composing your shot

Photo Tours or Workshops?

You might be wondering what the difference is between a photo tour and a photography workshop? Photo tours are longer in duration than our workshops. Our photo tours typically range from 7 – 14+ days in length. They allow us to move around the country or area where the tour is taking place. The main goal of our photo tours is for you to build a diverse collection of images from that destination.

Workshops are generally shorter in duration. Our photography workshops range from 1 – 8 days and are held in a classroom or one central location. The main focus of a photography workshop is for you to learn something. Often this will be on particular topics or themes. For example, we might focus on market photography one day and street photography on another day. Workshops also include more time dedicated to things like camera settings for beginners, or how to use filters and image reviews.


Photo Tour Group Size

We don’t like large tour groups. It makes it less inviting and harder to give people individual tuition and it can also have an impact on the community we are visiting. We often work with local photographers and guides to offer photo opportunities that you won’t be able to get by yourself, therefore, our photo tours are often limited to 10 people. They will always be run by at least one experienced professional photographer.

Want To Know More?

Do you have a question or want to know more? Get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have