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Come with us to explore the almost limitless possibilities of the world of photography. To wonder, to learn, to be inspired, to create images you have only dreamed of with Photo tours to some of the worlds most amazing places with your guide and mentor Adam Monk.
Latest Photo Tours – Come explore the world with us.
Japan Winter Wonderland
Wildlife & Snowy Landscapes
Feb 4-16 2024
2 places now available
Landscapes like no other
May 23-28 2024
2024 Bookings Open
Beauty of Bhutan
Happiness really is a place.
Fully Booked for 2023
2024 details coming soon
Travelling is back, bigger and better than ever. Well, the bills are bigger… better is all relative. Relative to not being able to travel at all it’s definitely better. Something nobody wants to think about when planning a big adventure is Travel Insurance… its expensive, and unless something actually goes wrong you never really know what you are getting.
My winter Japan Photo tour is back, bigger and better than ever… actually it’s smaller than ever, as I am now taking just 6 participants for 13 days of wildlife and minimalist landscapes in the beauty of Northern Japan.
The most common question I get asked regarding Photo tours is… “why do I need to pay with that currency (whichever “that” one is)?” This question I have answered more fully on an earlier post that you can find HERE>>
A recent question was more interesting… “Why don’t you use PayPal? (or stripe etc…), they accept multiple currencies…” Yes, they do but… I have extensively researched PayPal, Stripe and a bunch of other gateways…
The print was always the natural end product in the old film days, but now everything is digital so can’t we just look at our images on the monitor?
Of course you can, and that’s a great way to enjoy your photography. But a beautifully made print of a well crafted image is something special all by itself. It’s many steps beyond the image on the monitor, but it can be even more than that, it can also fast track your photography skills.Read the rest of this entry »
As you may have heard, the Bhutanese government has put the price of their daily tariff up, starting from next year. Way up… They are doing this in an effort to control their rampant tourism industry and mitigate the damage that tourism can do to delicate cultures and fragile ecosystems.Read the rest of this entry »