Who goes on our photography holidays?
Creative souls, from beginners with their first digital camera to experienced DSLR photographers – everyone is welcome to explore the stunning locations our expert photographers base their trips.
Our photography tours are as diverse as the people who go on them; you'll meet people of all ages and nationalities, some devote their lives to their art, others are keen to escape the 9-to-5 and spend time doing their favourite hobby.
And while it's common for friends and family to travel together, around 80% of our photography guests are solo travellers making our photography holidays a great choice for single travellers.
Landscape to portrait – you call the shots
Photography is about more than just having a camera.
It's about expanding your focus and letting your creativity flourish, finding the perfect angles, subjects and light sources and willing to be daring and bold with them, and, most importantly, sharing laughter, feedback and a glass of wine with others after a day of shooting stunning locations together.
Our hands-on photography holidays let you experience all of that with experienced local photographers leading you off the tourist trail and helping you capture your holiday through a lens, you'll return with new skills and one-of-a-kind photos.
Go learn to maximise your travel photography through various light sources on the sunny coast of Greece, get shutter-happy in the bustling medinas of Morocco or bask in long exposure of diverse jungle life and quick pace action shots while on photographic holidays in Costa Rica.
Set up your tripod in the fresh air of France's countryside, record every pixel of the mountains, hills and sea in Spain, or point your camera at eccentric street life, world-class architecture and spectacular landscapes on photography holidays in Italy.
Photography tours with another angle
Capture unique moments by combining your photography course with another hobby or passion.
Learn the Spanish for 'nice shot!' on language and photography holidays in Spain. Focus not just your image but mind during morning yoga and spend your afternoons exploring new types of photography on yoga and photographic holidays.
From hands-on cooking in a Moroccan kitchen to framing it the perfect food shot before tucking in on cooking and photography courses in Morocco.
Wherever you point your camera, you can find photography holidays that free your creative side and develop your skills alongside other passionate photographers. Never settle for ordinary.