I’m a Colombian photographer currently based in London. I travel several months to Colombia every year, leading photography expeditions.
If you are a travel or documentary photographer, or you simply want to capture great memories of a wonderful country, I can give you all the details you need, from helping you to create your itinerary, tailored just for you and according to your project or ideas.
I can advise you on what to bring, the best time to go and what equipment would be ideal. I will talk to you about vaccinations, money, accommodation, routes and of course, everything you need to know related to photography in the country.
Colombia, as anywhere else in the world, has its dangers and hustles. Knowing where not to go or what not to do is crucial.
As a travel photographer myself, I know how important is to talk to someone local who can offer non-biased information about a particular place. I guarantee my honest advice will save you time, money and help you to plan the best trip to Colombia, from your arrival to your departure, and of course, even if you are not a photographer!
If travelling alone is not ideal for you, perhaps you would like to join one of my photography expeditions where we explore from the Amazon jungle to the pristine beaches of the Caribe, documenting the diversity and friendly people of this treasure of South America. if so, the price of your consultation will be deducted from the price of the tour.
- South America
- Experience local culture
- Largely landscapes
- Encounter wildlife
- Explore nature
- Perfect urban technique
- Approach people
- Discover a city
- Street life
- After dark
- Visual Storytelling
Languages spokenEnglish, Spanish
Time ZoneUTC -5
Other listings from JQ
- Kenya Explorer- 10 day Photography Expedition
- €6,650.00 / person
- Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Nairobi KE
- Photo Expedition
- A Curripaco Tribe boy on a canoe in the Amazon Jungle
- €765.00 / Print
- London GB
- photography print
JQ delivered his "Up close and personal: a Photographic Journey in South America, Asia and Africa" to Woking Photographic Society. The images were all terrific and some of the stories behind them quite astonishing, all delivered in a very personable style. A thoroughly enjoyable evening and we would love to see more of John's work at some stage in the future.