Photography in France…Tips, Tricks & Techniques for our Trips

I just have to start by saying, our photographer, Anthony Bianciella is amazing! Everybody says so. It’s not just that he captures the scene, or provides good advice, or even that he’s generous with his time in a very relaxed and low key way.  It’s that he knows how to mix photography and fun. Some people come on our photo trips with no intention of doing any of the “photography” sessions or photo related options. And yet,  they end up doing everything! They follow Anthony around, asking for advice and chatting about how to really capture the beauty that surrounds them.  So, here he is! Our traveling photographer, in mid self portrait!

Of course we photographed monuments. But, Anthony also shows people how to make the typical original. See what you think!

And he always seems to be in the right place at the right time!But, we don’t just photograph monuments. It’s also about local “color” and, sometimes, the best of local color is all about the light,

and sometimes it’s best captured in Black and White!

 

We capture all of what we do as well –the markets…

The hikes and the sights….

The wines and dining! My job is to pick superlative menus. But Anthony’s job is harder –get the shot (or help someone else get the shot) before the food is eaten!

Most importantly to me though, he captures the fun! Don’t believe me? Just check out our client testimonials!

If you want to learn more, contact Anthony or Wendy

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2 comments on “Photography in France…Tips, Tricks & Techniques for our Trips

  1. Anita Mac says:

    Looks like everyone is having loads of fun!

  2. They are! We are very lucky to have such great groups. This year was particularly good. Part of it is attracting some really fun people. Part of it has something to do with the very small size –6 or 8 people can spend time together on a walk or at a meal and feel like they’re traveling with friends rather than a “tour”. And with a small group we can design the day so that people have a lot of independent time and also get to do the things they want to do.

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