Time to travel to beautiful southern France! The Provence region is alive with colors and medieval architecture. From the iconic white Camargue horse private photo shoots, to pink greater flamingos, to red-ocher houses, to fields of lavender row after row, this trip will be filled with images begging to be captured.
We’ll photograph some of the same scenes that Vincent van Gogh painted, explore the picturesque villages and countrysides of southern France, sample local wines and food at the farmers’ market, and explore cobblestone alleys lined with shops and restaurants in quaint hillside villages. Smell the lavender everywhere in Provence!
Tour Gothic cathedrals and wander around natural areas—the schedule allows for time to explore on your own. We will experience luxury while staying at some spectacular four and five star chateaus… OK, we even included two nights at a boutique castle 🙂 We’ll indulge in an exclusive cellar wine tasting and lunch in Châteauneuf-du-Pape with a Master Sommelier. This is a true photographic vacation. Non-photographing spouses are definitely welcome!
Professional photographer Patrice Aguilar will be leading this tour, assisted by Natural Exposures hosts Tanya Cox and Jill Mangum.
If you were to use your most vivid photographic imagination to create a perfect location for a photography tour, you wouldn’t do better than this trip to photograph Provence and the White Horses of the Camargue.
This workshop is a six night seven day trip to the Camargue region of Provence in Southern France. The workshop includes all lodging, local transportation, some meals, expert instruction in the field, classroom instruction as needed, group image editing session(s), and image critiques if requested. A maximum of 8 clients ensures that you will receive ample attention and individual help from the workshop instructor.
We will spend three days photographing the horses twice a day in varied locations with one photo session to include a pair of stallions.
We explore Provence from our base in the ancient walled city of Avignon. The Palais des Papes, Roman Aquaduct, Cliffside village of Gordes, Van Gogh’s haunts in Arles are all possible photography spots as we explore Provence.