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Young Monks, Bagan.

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A copt priest during a photo session.

Story telling

Adventure Photo Tour, Ethiopia

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Invitation to a drink. Ethiopia

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A stop in the journey: Photo session at the Chamo Lake

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Photographic Expedition to Remote India.

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Photographic Tour to Nepal. Pasupatinath Temple.

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Kathmandu Valley extension. Namo Budha Monastery.  

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Harry Fisch runs and organizes small, carefully designed, exclusive “handcrafted” photo tours  to exotic destinations.   Our expeditions are exciting, passionate, fun.   They will make you discover new photographic worlds.  

 

English speaking travellers  from all over the world, of all levels and ages, join our trips with a focus on travel photography and people.  This is not  a sightseeing tour in which a photographer has been included.   If you enjoy a calm, photographic pace, the pleasure of places and people, you will like our tours.   We enjoy the cultural encounters and  develop a wide range of photographic skills: from the way to approach the subject to the preparation of the picture.   Spontaneous sessions alternate with posing, analysis of photographic techniques and photo reviewing sessions. 

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How is a typical day on a Nomad Photo Tour

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How is a typical day on a Nomad Photo Tour


  Our expeditions are exciting, passionate, fun. They will make us discover new photographic worlds and friends Priority is given to nearness to the desired photographic location and contact with local people when choosing accommodation. This is not an extreme adventure, we normally stay at well-placed hotels with private bathrooms, air conditioning and/or fan that allow us to reach the area of photography in a short time. Trying to be at every place at the best time, and this may involve the occasional early start. Days taking photographs are long and we will try to do our best to confront you with new challenges that raise the bar, whatever your current photography level is.   You will find in this pdf more detailed information          Burma,...

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7 Tips to approaching a stanger

7 Tips to approaching a stanger


 (First publised by Harry Fisch  in LSR Lounge Magazine USA) It’s difficult to take pictures of a stranger without first establishing a relationship. When traveling on a photographic tour abroad, necessity will teach you to manage with sign language and to create silent relationship codes.Asking a stranger for permission to take their photo can be a daunting task. Especially if there are language and cultural barriers between you. Traveling around the world, giving workshops with Travel Photography with Nomad Photo Expeditions, have taught me a few tips that can be helpful when photographing a stranger on a photographic tour.1. Have Some Tea – if possible, at a place without tourists. Get away from your usual level of comfort. I remember an episode in an appalling...

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Interview, Resource Magazine, USA

Interview, Resource Magazine, USA


I am pleased to share an  interview in Resource Magazine with a nice introduction :-)When it comes to being well-traveled, Harry Fisch sets a fine example. The sights his camera lens have photographed are enough to leave us speechless, inspired and envious all at once. Naturally, you don’t get the photos he has been able to take without stepping foot way outside the confines of everyday life. For all of his work photographing around 27 countries in the past few decades, Harry Fisch has received praise in the form of winning some of the world’s most prestigious contests. His accolades include championing the World National Geographic Photo contest in 2012 (he was later disqualified for editing out a small bag), becoming a finalist in the SONY World Photo Awards and in...

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Who´s Harry

Adventure Photo Tours: Harry Fisch

Harry Fisch, has been a photographer for more years than he cares to remember. He has photographically documented more than 30 countries through which he has traveled. Winner of the "Places" category 2012 World National Geographic Photo with his work "Preparing the prayers in the Ganges", the picture was later disqualified. Finalist and short listed of the  Sony World Photography Awards, as well as by  Photoespaña,  the most prestigious Spanish photographic event.

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