I am very pleased to announce my third visit to Morocco! Please consider joining my very select photography group (with a maximum of twelve photographers). This photography adventure is organized in conjunction with Intrepid Travel, a major international travel services company, and is very fairly priced at $3,200 per person for twelve days.
We will meet in Casablanca, and begin with a festive welcome dinner at Rick’s Café, a fabulous recreation of the café from the film Casablanca. I am particularly pleased that the tour schedule I have designed in conjunction with Intrepid Travel includes plenty of time for photography in the labyrinthine medieval city of Fes and in Chefchaouen, the “blue city” in the stunning Rif Mountains. The group activity ends in Marrakech. Please see the PDF for complete itinerary details.
Accommodations include five nights in hotels, five nights in riads (these are traditional Moroccan buildings based around a courtyard, usually featuring fountains, decorative tile work, and flowers), and the overnight train from Tangier to Marrakech.
I will provide periodic photographic expertise and tutelage (and individual guidance on special request). In addition, there will be an English-speaking trip leader throughout, and local guides for specific areas.
This will be a small, very well-priced photography group, and we expect it to fill quickly on a first-come, first-served basis.
When: October 19-30, 2019 (12 Days and 11 Nights).
Group Size: This will be a small group of photographers so we we can travel with agility, can get to know each other well, and so there will be time for individual attention. The minimum group size is six, and the maximum is twelve photographers.
Cost: $3,200 per person. The single supplement is $450.
Inclusions: Accommodations (5 nights in hotels, 5 nights in riads, 1 overnight train), meals as listed, trip leader, local guides, transportation within Morocco, all per details in the PDF, in addition to teaching and insights from master photographer Harold Davis.
Exclusions: Airfare to/from Morocco, meals except as listed, drinks, gratuities, souvenirs. See PDF for details.
Registration: For registration, we need a completed Reservation Form, a copy of your passport page, and your deposit check.
- Significant others are very welcome (however, there is no discount for non-photographers).
- Single rooms not available on the overnight train from Tangier to Marrakech (October 27).
- Hotel rooms are available through Intrepid Travel for additional nights before the adventure begins in Casablanca and after the group concludes in Marrakech.
- Travel Insurance is required, please see the PDF for details.
- Intrepid Travel, our travel services partner, works with an air ticket consolidator who can often offer air travel at substantial savings. As a workshop participant, this service is available to you. Please see the PDF for details.
About Harold Davis: Harold Davis is an internationally-known digital artist and award-winning professional photographer. He is the author of many bestselling photography books including The Way of the Digital Photographer (Peachpit Press, awarded as a Top 10 Best 2013 Photography Book of the Year by Photo.net). Harold Davis’s most recent book is Achieving Your Potential As a Photographer: A Photographer’s Creative Companion and Workbook (Focal Press). His Photographing Flowers (Focal Press) is a noted photography “classic,” and is rated the Best Guide to Flower Photography byDigital Photographer Magazine.
In addition to his activity as a bestselling book author, Harold Davis is an Adobe Influencer, a Moab Master printmaker and a Zeiss Lens Ambassador. Harold Davis’s work is in collections around the world. It is licensed by art publishers, in annual reports, and has appeared in numerous magazines and many publications.
Harold’s black and white prints have been described as “hauntingly beautiful” by Fine Art Printer Magazine, and his floral prints have been called “ethereal,” with “a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual” by Popular Photography.
Recently Harold Davis’s work has been exhibited in venues including Photokina in Cologne, Germany, PhotoPlus Expo in New York, the Gallery Photo in Oakland, California, the Arts & Friends Gallery in Heidelberg, Germany, and the Awagami Gallery in Japan.
Harold Davis has led destination photography workshops to many locations including Paris, France; Spain and Morocco; and the ancient Bristlecone Pines of the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.
Harold has created online courses for Craftsy and Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning. His ongoing photography workshops in partnership with institutions such as Point Reyes Field Seminars, the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, California, Maine Media Workshops, and the Heidelberg Summer School of Photography are continually in demand and popular.
According to Rangefinder Magazine, Harold Davis is “a man of astonishing eclectic skills and accomplishments.” You can learn more about Harold and his work at his website, digitalfieldguide.com.
What folks have said about Harold Davis workshops and events:
- “A great artist and speaker!”—W. Anglin
- “Harold is genuine, generous, and gracious – He has a world of knowledge and expertise that he loves to share – his wonderful books show his monumental talents and skill set- his workshops shows the depth of his connecting with others in a very real and personal way.”—P. Borrelli
- “Awesome! He patiently addressed questions from the audience which contained photographers of all levels , molding his answers to the level of understanding for each of us. His presentations covered a wonderful range of technical knowledge as well as emphasizing the need for images to have an emotional quality. The images he shares are breathtaking and he is generous in sharing many facets of how he captures such beauty.”—J. Phillips
- “Not all photographers are good verbal communicators. Harold is someone who can DO and TEACH. A rare combination of talents.”—B. Sawyer
- “He was very giving of his talents and time. The course was very organized and thorough. Loved it! Learned so much! … I also wanted to let you know that I have more than paid the cost of the workshops I’ve done with you by selling some photos! I have sold three prints already.”—L. Beck
- “Very creative and a marvelous instructor.”—Kay S.