nomadphotoexpeditions

April, 12

2015

Street and Travel photography


Harry Fisch

An interesting collaboration from Harry Fisch and Alex Cogue. The first being a Travel Photographer that explores the Street Photographer point of view.


March, 28

2015

What to expect on a photo tour


Harry Fisch

Ethiopia Photo Tour

The camera is a great excuse to get to know the best countries and cultures, capture and depict emotions, put on the hat of a photographer documenting diverse cultures, and experience personal connections with the natives of every locale.


March, 26

2015

7 Tips for approaching a stanger


Harry Fisch

Ethiopia Photo Tours

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.


March, 24

2015

Thomas Menk photography Blog


Harry Fisch

The splendid Thomas Menk blog has just reffered to one of my last posts. I am much honored as his site is a main reference in photography and even more with respect to Fuji X photographers in the world.


March, 19

2015

Travel Photography: The 7 Rules to Take Good Blurred Pictures


Harry Fisch

India Photo Tour

Taken on occasion of a Nomad PhotoXpedition Workshop in Varanasi, at 5 a.m., this photograph manages to reflect the magical moment of bathing on the banks of the Ganges. Being obsessed with definition and light might have spoiled such an extraordinary shot.


March, 18

2015

2 tips for your next Photo Tour


Harry Fisch

Joggler in Delhi

When on a photo tour, there is no reason to shoot pictures in a hurry, unless you are a paparazzo. I admit that every photographer seeks to immortalize fleeting moments… but a good photographer prepares for the moment! On a photo tour , you should be aware of the environment, how the characters move, the light.


March, 18

2015

Places you must visit in your Namibia photo tour


Harry Fisch

Namibia Photography Tour

Namibia is heaven for photographers. Located near the southern tip of Africa, this expansive country is one of the least populated in the world. The 2.1 million people who call this African gem home are a mix of local tribes and European immigrants, the descendants of the European colonizers who ruled the country many years ago.