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Daily walking tours for ALL photographers from beginner to pro, since 2012 and 1000% with love both for Brugge (Bruges) and everything in photography.

Sample photos and optional photo tips and Brugge advice given on location and afterwards. Private tours include a print copy of my "Being in Brugge" photo book (58 pages).
Choose from open group tours (2hrs per tour, 4 photographers max, 60€ per photographer) or custom private photo tours (3hrs per tour, 4 photographers of -your- choice max, 220€ per tour) and improve your photography both in Brugge and beyond.

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3 Review(s)  


  • Johan Peter
  • Jul 7, 2021
  • I did the "Edges of Bruge" tour on Sunday morning. AM is a smooth talker with a great knowledge about Bruges and even more about photography. He gave me a lot of tips and tricks, both about settings and composition. It was a very exciting and learning experience. I went home with a lot of beautiful photos. Looking forward to do the "Shades of Bruges" tour in fall!

  • Daryl
  • Jun 12, 2021
  • Think, shoot, look again shoot again, repeat ??. Bruges is on my bucket list and the bucket get closer by the day I must get there soon! Lots of good advice and photos, thanks very much.

  • Kate
  • Jul 16, 2019
  • AM was a fantastic guide for my first time in Brugge. I've been on a handful of tours that really can't handle advanced photographer. Their "photo tour" is really the basics of using the manual settings (maybe) and a bit tour guide. AM is prepped and skilled to do so much more. We spent a lot of time on architectural photography, getting separation between elements, some more advanced reflection photographs, and framing. Not only is he skilled, but he even has some inspiration photos on hand in case I felt creatively stuck. Not every idea worked for me, but it was a fun approach. Overall he is a chill person who knows Brugge well and is fun to work with. I would highly recommend him!

  • Henry
  • AM was a pleasure to spend time with and quite knowledgeable about Bruges and Ghent. He shared many of his photographs on his iPad, which are quite good, as we walked around. Although we in general don't set out to reproduce other people's images, seeing how he saw things was helpful as we moved from place to place. So I think we would definitely recommend him to people who know their ways around a camera. He also has a lot of technical knowledge about cameras, and some of that was helpful, despite our own years of experience.