Photo Tours in Spain, Japan, The Philippines, Tasmania and The Faroe Islands.

 I offer International & local 7-10 day tours to these places, and I can speak the languages except for Faroese. I will give you an incredible cultural experience while learning to master the art of photography. Let me take you on this learning adventure to last a lifetime. One point of difference to other photographers is that I mentor my customers for life. My groups are from 3 - 6 people maximum. This allows for more one on one attention to help you fast track your learning adventure.


Japan

Japan

Modern Crazy Cities and Traditional Serene Country-side contrast perfectly for a unique experience. Choose from Winter, Spring or Autumn Photo Tours in Japan vary greatly. Autumn in October or November, Winter in January or February and finally Spring in April. 

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Spain

From the Moorish Architecture in olive growing landscapes of Andalucia (South) to the rustic pilgrim paths of hidden fishing villages (North) either trip shows Spain's cultural diversity. I usually travel South in May and North in September.

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The Philippines

A Lost Paradise of over 7,000 tropical islands. Get away from the hustle of Manila and relax in remote isolation. The best time of the year to avoid Christmas Crowds and rainy season is February. The dry season starts in late November and ends in May. The rainy seasons starts in JuneSeptember and October are often the typhoon season in the Philippines.

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Tasmania

Off the Grid Island where about 60% is National Park. From drowned forests in highland lakes to orange lichen on Jurrasic geology, Tassie promises to re-charge your batteries. I usually travel her 3 times a year in January, May or Oct. Each season offers different landscape oppurtunities.

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fAROE iSLANDS

I usually travel her in June (Summer) or September. Landscape Photographer's Paradise located in an archipelago between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic, about halfway between Norway and Iceland, 320 kilometres (200 miles) north-northwest of Scotland. 



“I went to the Japan trip with Alfonso and had a great time. Alfonso is a great mentor and tour guide. Because it is not a big group, we were able to spend one on one time with him and take some great shots.”
— Trip Advisor Review