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Photo Tour to India South


Ritual dances

Photo Tour to Varanasi & Nepal


Pigeons at the great Stupa

Adventure Photo Tours in Myanmar


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.

Adventure Photo Tours

Over the years, Harry Fisch has led and organized small, carefully designed, exclusive photo tours to exotic destinations.   Our expeditions are exciting,  passionate, and fun.  Photography is our excuse to explore different worlds, to discover realities other than our own,  and to see what happens behind the scenes and beyond what a normal traveler sees and experiences.

 

Travelers of all levels and ages,  novices,  and experienced photographers,  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 pace,  and trips where you can really see places and people,  then you will like our tours. We love cultural encounters and so we have developed trips to help you improve a wide range of photographic skills: from the way to approach the subject to the preparation of the picture.   Spontaneous sessions alternate through lessons on posing,  analysis of photographic techniques and photo reviewing.   

 

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What to do with an umbrella at the Desert of Kutch

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What to do with an umbrella at the Desert of Kutch


What to do with an umbrella at the Desert of Kutch   It’s a hot day. Waves of heat rise off the desert encampment as I sit on a shaded verandah with my generous host.  Dhanraj Malik Prince, son of King Malek Shri Mahomed Mahomed Shabbirkhanji Azizkhanji, is a real personality here. Known for being both friendly and fair, he sits, resolving disputes between his subjects. Next to him, a worker from the salt pans holds an umbrella silently.   We are in the desert of Kutch, India. Near Pakistan.   Dhandrash Malik, "Bapu" or "Excellence" for the rest of us, is the current owner of the camp, as well as an orphanage. Although legally his title has depreciated, in practice he still reigns as prince of a "state" and enjoys the sovereignty over 7 villages. The locals...

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What is a typical day with Nomad Tours like?

What is a typical day with Nomad Tours like?


    Our expeditions are exciting, passionate, fun. They give us the chance to discover new worlds and friends through our craft.   Priority is given, when choosing accommodation, to proximity to the desired photographic location and contact with local people.  This is not an extreme adventure,  we normally stay at well-placed hotels,  which allows us to reach the area of photography in a short time, and include amenities such as private bathrooms, air conditioning and/or fan.  We try to get to every place at the best time of day, and this may involve the occasional early start.  A day spent taking photographs can be long,  but we will do our best to keep you on your toes, giving you new challenges that raise the bar for whatever your...

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7 Tips for approaching a stanger

7 Tips for 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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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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