Cultural Photo Tours
Sometimes the cities, villages, people and customs we encounter while traveling become the subjects of our photography. Our cultural photo tours are highly rewarding, allowing you to meet and interact with people from backgrounds much different than your own and leave with a better understanding of the folks we meet. Cultural tours will also push your photography skill set into new territory with challenges that you won’t find when photographing wildlife and landscapes. Even if you consider yourself exclusively a nature shooter—as many of our clients do—you might be surprised at just how much fun and photographically productive our cultural photo tours are!
We’re here to answer your questions about any of the trips that interest you, so don’t hesitate to contact us!
Consider the dreamlike quality of a herd of white horses as they thunder—manes flashing, foam flying—across the shallow marshlands of France’s famous Camargue. Consider, too, the prospect of four days of electrifying photography, capturing every nuance of these powerful horses and local wildlife.
Completely isolated for nearly 100 million years, Madagascar—the “eighth continent”—has evolved into an amazing collection of photogenic endemic plants and animals. Travel with private chartered flights and spacious ground transportation to the island’s best photo spots.
Focus on the breadbasket of this beautiful region. Photography concentrates on the autumn landscapes of rolling hills, traditional villages, vineyards, private estates, wine cellars, and the Adriatic seacoast. Wine tastings of regional wines plus food photography with a professional food stylist.
Dalmatian pelicans—world’s largest, rarest, and most photogenic—in breeding plumage, and the spectacular Meteora monasteries landscapes are featured in this diverse winter photo tour in Northern Greece.
Experience the thrill of photographing at one of Earth's prime locations for marine photography! Photograph Pacific gray whales within touching distance. Capture images of blue and humpback whales, dolphins, Baja's desert landscapes, unique Boojum “trees” and timeless Mexican colonial architecture.