nomadphotoexpeditions

January, 14

2017

Trip photography tips for good travel


Harry Fisch

Ballerina in Cuba

  Photography isn’t just limited to documenting. If you want your images to resonate with people, you need to express. Creativity is an act of expression. The purpose of capturing an image has a lot to do with what you’re trying to tell people.   EXPRESS As photographers, whether professional or amateur, creativity is something […]


January, 5

2017

Mysterious China Photo Tour and the Yunnan Province


Harry Fisch

THE “MYSTERIOUS” CHINA PHOTO TOUR         The China Photo Tour is one of my personal favorites, and I think one of the most exciting in the Nomad Photo Expeditions repertoire. It takes you to a ‘road less traveled’ through the deep country, and the route has been purposefully and carefully planned to bring […]


January, 4

2017

NEW CUBA-HAVANA intense Photo Tour


Harry Fisch

A shoemaker in Havana, Cuba

An intensive six days photographic tour of Havana, Cuba. The most extraordinary locations with a true insider’s knowledge approach. Not only will you get the opportunity to shoot parts of Havana that regular tourists never get to see, but we will work on how to enhance your personal skill development: from how best to approach the subjects, to which techniques to use. You will benefit immensely during the active photo shoots. We will explore a Havana Beyond the Bounds! NOTE: This very special price only applies to the MARCH EDITION


November, 28

2016

Fidel is dead, there is no music in Havana.


Harry Fisch

It’s 7 o’clock in the morning in Havana. I just  reached the city from Santa Clara after six hours of bus. In Spain it’s now one o’clock in  the morning.  I am calling Madrid and in  the middle of my  call Rafael, makes  a slight reference to the historic moment. Which historic moment , I […]


November, 28

2016

Fidel ha muerto, no hay música en La Habana.


Harry Fisch

Son las 7 de la mañana en La Habana. Ayer llegué de Santa Clara tras seis horas de autobús. En España es la una de la tarde. Llamo a Rafa, me hace una leve referencia al momento histórico. ¿Cual, le digo? Fidel ha muerto responde. Cuelgo emocionado.   Salgo del cuarto a buscar al dueño […]


July, 13

2016

Once again preparing my next Photo Tour to the Pushkar Camel Fair


Harry Fisch

Pushkar Camel Fair Photo Tour

Join me on my Pushkar Photo Tour     It is not just with my Pushkar Photo Tour that I have gone exploring this great and chaotic event. This Camel fair is one of India’s greatest photographic adventure, and one of the most brilliant sites and festivals for a travel photographer. It’s enormous. It’s color […]


June, 28

2016

What is a typical day with Nomad Tours like?


Harry Fisch

Ethiopia photography tour

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.


December, 29

2015

Adventure Photo Tours


Harry Fisch

Cuba phtogrphy workshop

“Handcrafted” photo tours for a maximum of 8 photographers of all levels and age.  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. We offer you a personal photographic experience that will […]


December, 27

2015

Some Ideas for People Photography


Harry Fisch

Musi man in a road in Ethiopia

During the years I’ve worked organizing photo tours, I have seen a lot of things, and helped people take a lot of incredible photographs. My clients often ask me for tips on how to do travel photography well, as it is quite different from other types of photography, and so I have come up with […]


October, 29

2015

Life along the Ganges, a short essay


Harry Fisch

River Ganges India

A short photograhic essay on Varanasi and the mystical life along the Ganges. Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world. The holiest of all pilgrimages. It’s the Jerusalem or Lalibela of India. The place where Budha himself came to teach. It was already known 2.500 years ago, before Rome had bekome known. It’s the only city that maintains the same traditions since the 6th Century B.C. In the ghats, along the river Ganges, between temples and shrines, you can feel the drama and beauty of life and death. This is were pilgrims from all over India come to worship and bath.