LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY and take a photOgraphy tour IN PARIS
Where better to learn photography than Paris, the city that has inspired so many world famous photographers? Improve your skills, and learn the techniques of photography with my custom made photography tours whilst visiting this stunning city.
Join me in Paris this is my town!
Paris is your classroom! What a diversity it offers! Magnificent architecture, monuments, churches, squares, gardens, narrow, winding cobbled streets, cafés and shops of every description, the magnificent Seine river and of course street life.
Paris Photo Tours
A number of half day and full day photography tours are available for individual or small groups of maximum 4 people. A tour can be entirely tailor-made, I know Paris like the back of my hand!
Different neighbourhoods offer very different sights and I have endeavoured to explain a little about each so that you can decide what would interest you most. Irrespective of where you choose to go, you will receive the same tuition and I will apply it to wherever we are. Do not hesitate to contact me for any further information.
At the beginning of every course we will meet at a given location and will first assess your current level of photography, what you would like to achieve and what your particular interests are. In general most destinations include street photography, shops, markets, cafés, architecture and gardens etc.
Half day or full day ‘Tuition tours’ can be tailor made to your needs and skill level. I also propose 5-day intensive workshops, which are much more in depth. See listings:
I also highly recommend a day trip to the spectacular medieval walled town of Provins. There are almost no overseas tourists and comparatively few Parisians ever go there. I think it is one of France’s best kept secrets offering superb photo opportunities.
Anyone deciding to combine several days and would like to immerse themselves in photography should contact me, I can set up special ‘workshop’ just for you.
Please note that all these itineraries are indicative and can change according to certain requirements and the time spent as we walk around.