Equine photo tour • Magical Djerba 2020
3rd - 10th of October 2020
Join us on an equine photo tour to Djerba and photograph beautiful Arabian and Barb horses at stunning locations! Enjoy the sun, the sea and beach during this magical equine photo workshop to Djerba.
Arabian and Barb horses are known for their grace, power and strong character. This makes them one of the most wonderful horse breeds to photograph. During this photo tour you will learn more about equine photography and it’s the perfect opportunity to expand your portfolio with wonderful imagery.
Photograph stallions playing in the typical Tunisian paddock, surrounded by a white wall you can make some amazing high key photos. The sunrise and sunset photo sessions at the beach are to dream of as well! Also the olive orchard give you amazing photo opportunities and many more photo shootings are planned!
Experienced riders can also go on two fantastic trail rides. Discover more of the countryside of Djerba and imagine yourself on a tropical destination during the beach ride.
Next to the photo sessions you can go relaxing at the beach and bring a visit to the city Houmt Souk where you can discover more of the Arab culture. In short, this trip not only gives you amazing photo opportunities you will too have a wonderful week of vacation to the sun!
We are Lisa and Marlinda, the tour guides during this photo tour. As professional horse photographers, we are happy to teach you how to best capture horses and other subjects in photography!
We believe a good picture does not require much post-processing at all and are happy to teach you how to capture the most amazing moments. It would be a privilege to accompany you on this impressive photo tour to Djerba and show you the beauty of the Arabian and Berber horses.
Testimonials from participants:
The combination of beautiful nature and beautiful horses was amazing. I learned a lot during the fun and various photo shoots, resulting in beautiful pictures! "
- Equine photo tour, Magical Djerba 2014
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