Posted on 2019-03-12
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Morocco - Marrakech Two Day Photo Experience

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Description

‘…in the heart of the souks, babouches, leatherworkers, blacksmiths, wool dyers, there are plenty of opportunities for portraits of people at work… Next, the gnawa who stokes the furnace, heating the local hammam (or traditional steam bath); the tanjia’s are cooking as he makes tea and treats us to some traditional music. A brief stop at a master of the traditional art of stucco carving before the Criée Berbere, to view the carpet auction near the former slave market. Rays of light slant through gaps in the roof in the Souk; past piles of olives and the local delicacy, sheep head stew, we emerge in the soft afternoon light at the Djemaa el Fna to visit the dentist and his collection of extracted teeth…

- discover the inner workings of the ancient Marrakech medina
- unique access to things you wouldn't otherwise see
- walking tour
- up to 11 hours per day, depending on the time of year and the time of the sunset
- technical help or just showing you the way
- experiment out of your photographic comfort zone
- tailor made to suit your photographic interests and needs
- architecture, portraits, people at work, street photography etc.
- possibility to do some night photography…
- fun assignments and photo challenges
- suitable for both amateur and experienced photographers
- accompanied by a local guide (a legal formality and also very handy to keep non-photographers entertained)
- tips on turning a hobby into a profession
- guaranteed to fill your memory cards with breath-taking images

Price for private tour for 1 or 2 people...

Type of experience

  • Photo Tour

Where

  • North Africa and Middle East

What

  • Experience local culture
  • Approach people
  • Discover a city
  • Street life

When

  • 2022
  • 2023

Duration

  • Two days

Languages spoken

English & French

What is included

  • Pro photographer
  • Local guide
  • Tips
  • Entrance fees (parks, monuments ...)
  • Personal critique/review

What is not included but recommended for the experience

international travel
travel insurance

Five keywords that best describe the experience you will have

local culture, people at work, off the beaten track. street life

Camera equipment used by photographer

Canon 5d Mark IV

Private or group?

  • Private

Max group size

2

Non photographer's welcome

Yes

Reviews

  • Anne-Claire
  • May 27, 2023
  • Une journée très agreable: partage et decouverte. Et des conseils techniques donnés par Suzanne avec beaucoup de patience.

  • Dani
  • May 27, 2023
  • Really nice experience. Third time out with Suzanne and many more to come, for sure :)

  • Elsa
  • May 29, 2023
  • A new walk still very pleasant with Suzanne and the discovery of a great place of urbex in which I would never have gone alone

  • Régis
  • Apr 11, 2023
  • Avec mes filles, nous avons fait la balade photo dans Grenoble... une sorte de chasse "aux photos et aux oeufs pendant Paques"... Un super moment pour mes filles et une redecouverte finalement de Grenoble pour tous à observer Grenoble d'une façon différente !

  • Marie-Françoise
  • I really enjoyed the afternoon.
    I discovered the street art. I did’nt know how Grenoble was so rich with these paintings.
    Suzan with her kindless and her professional approach was a great guide.
    And the little « goûter » was a very nice moment.
    Thanks Suzan for this very pleasant afternoon.

  • Béatrice
  • Mar 27, 2023
  • J'ai beaucoup aimé cette balade photographique du street art dans Grenoble. Le groupe était sympathique et constitué de personnes très différentes . Nous avons eu le temps de prendre des photos sous différents angles. Notre guide et photographe Suzanne avait bien préparé ses interventions en anglais et en français... Le goûter qui finissait cette grande balade nous a permis encore des échanges avec d'autres personnes du groupe... En bref, une très belle après-midi!! Merci Suzanne

  • Dani
  • Mar 26, 2023
  • Fun activity! Good way to learn a bit more about the city

  • Kamila
  • Feb 26, 2023
  • Interesting walk to the cemetery of Grenoble with some lesser-known history tidbits about the dead buried there. I would recommend

  • Angela
  • Mar 1, 2023
  • Excellent tour. Great to go with family or alone! Opened my eyes to new ways of observing those things we often miss. Highly recommend.

  • Claude
  • Jan 8, 2023
  • Bonjour Suzanne,
    Merci encore pour la balade du samedi 07 janvier 2023 dans Grenoble. C'était super.
    J'ai bien apprécié vos explications et les autres participants étaient très sympa.
    A très bientôt dans votre galerie ou à une autre balade.

  • Nathalie
  • Jan 7, 2023
  • Nice photo walk today in Grenoble with Suzanne Porter !!!

  • AL
  • Nov 28, 2022
  • I really enjoyed this moment with many passionate people ! I also loved the fact that we can meet people from different countries ! At the same time I re-discovered the city through another angle, thank you Susan !

  • Cathy
  • Oct 14, 2019
  • SP and her team at clik-trip photo provide an excellent photo experience. SP lived in Marrakech for several years and knows the city inside & out. She takes you to all the back ally ways/ beautiful archways/ provides great feedback and helps w/your photography ensuring you get the photos you want. SP is friendly & very professional. Well worth the price to see and photograph Marrakech with someone who really knows what she is doing. Highly recommend SP or anyone that works with her.

  • Kathryn
  • Jul 31, 2019
  • A highlight of my journey throughout Morocco were the two days I spent with SP in Marrakesh. She is a gifted photographer, an inspirational instructor, and an incredibly knowledgable tour guide. I was even sent back to my hotel with a homework assignment. In addition to guiding me on the roads less traveled by tourists, she also introduced me to many locals who were more then happy to have their portraits taken. We spent quite some time standing at one of the entrances into the medina where I was able to photograph a variety of Moroccans from different walks of life as they entered or exited the city. We also spent time in a tannery capturing the scene as well as the different workmen. As we wondered through the medina and souk we often had to fight our way around the donkeys, carts, motorbikes and vehicles. One must keep one’s eyes wide open not only to capture all the special moments, but to live to tell about it. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with SP and hope to meet up with her in another part of the world.

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