20 Jul Organizing Photo Tours and the importance of Marketing + Bonus discount for a tour to the Azores
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I had gone kitesurfing with a few friends. One of them was a photojournalist and had brought his gear to the beach. I was handed over a Canon 1DX with a 70-200mm. All I got told was “Everything is automatic. Just aim and shoot”. And that was it. I was hooked! It was 2011.
Fast forward 4 years of trying to learn as much as possible through workshops, books, and videos and I found myself with the amazing opportunity to go backpacking in South America for 2 months.
LEFT: Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF16-55mmF2.8 @16mm . f/8 . 1/250″ . ISO 200 – One of 7 lagoons in Ausangate
RIGHT: Fuji X-E3 . Fuji XF18-55mmF2.8-4 @55mm . f/13 . 1/400″ . ISO 320 – The alternative rainbow mountains, Cusco, Peru Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF50-140mmF2.8 @98.20mm . f/8 . 1/1100″ . ISO 200 – La Paz, Bolivia
It was 2015, and for my first ever long trip, I had planned to visit Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile. I had these countries on my mind but no strict plans for anything. All I knew was that I wanted to start in Peru and do the Inca trail! This is a stunning 4 day and about 40kms walk leading into Machu Picchu.
Long story short,
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