There is more to Paris than the city limits. Explore the sites of the Greater Paris region and get fantastic images to match.
Live like a queen and have your cake too!
Once inside the gate we will grab our cameras and head into the Château to explore the room of the fallen Kings and Queens of France and photograph the splendor that took down their rein. Once we get away from the Château will have time for something to eat before heading through the magnificent manicured gardens where are plenty of opportunities to photograph their beauty and make sure you understand all of your photography technique. We will round off the tour by passing into the Grand and Petite Trianon and onto Marie Antoinette's Hamlet.
French spender at it's finest in the playground of Kings and Queens.
The UNESCO world heritage listed region is bursting with romantic Chateaux, sweeping vistas and some of the best wine in France. We depart from your hotel in Paris and travel in a private vehicle to explore three of the best Chateaux the Valley has to offer. Chambord, Amboise and Chenonceaux and maybe another if time permits. These opulent buildings, once the playground of Kings and Queens, are the makings of fairytales. They are commanding, captivating, remarkably beautiful, and very deserving of the perfect photograph. Let us help you travel efficiently, to find the best spots to shoot, and give you pointers and tips to bring your photography to the next level.
Let Monet's passion inspire your creative side.
As Claude Monet saw the countryside of Giverny from his train window in 1883 he instantly fell in love with this stunning place. Feel inspired by the spirit of Monet which lives on in the famous gardens he created around his humble residence where he lived with his family until his death in 1926. The gardens invoke the artist in us all with their picturesque willow trees, water lilies, and orchards. They are as pretty as a painting... or a photograph.
Capture the perfect image of this dreamlike gothic monastery
The Normandy coast is fraught with history and charming ambience. Medieval towns litter the countryside of Camembert and Calvados with a rich history. The Mont Saint-Michel, a UNESCO world heritage site, is the focus of the region with its gothic church punched high on its rocky island. The haunting Omaha beach was the launching point for the D-Day invasion. Rouen, dominated by its medieval cathedral was the site of the execution of Jean d’Arc. Furthermore, throughout the region, food and drink are omnipresent, from Crepes, Camembert and Oysters, to Cider and Calvados. No matter what your interest are, Normandy has them all.