We will start by meeting at Glaces Crepes Paninis, where you can pick up a delicious crepe that will give you a real taste of Paris. You can also use your tasty treat as a great prop as we head over to the Moulin Rouge to capture gorgeous polaroids of you against the Red Mil. From here we will walk (roughly 10 minutes) to La Maison Rose, an amazing old cafe with pastel pink walls set amongst the old Persian cobblestone streets. This is not only an excellent photo location, but is also off the beaten tourist track. Finally, we will walk to Sacré-Cœur which looks amazing on film and is highly Instagram worthy with great views of Paris This tour is flexible, therefor, if you have a location in mind please let me know and we can arrange to photograph there. The most ideal conditions to shoot polaroids in, is the morning or evening, but if you wish to meet at a different time, please message me beforehand to arrange this. The price is per person. At the end of the shoot, you will receive a total of 20 polaroids (if you would like more, please message me). This experience is also offered in digital photography
I have extensive photography experience having graduated Bond University with a Masters in Film and Photography. Photography is my passion and has taken me to Australia, Hong Kong, Paris, London and many more with my pieces being published in Elle, GQ and several other publishing houses. I have a keen eye for beautiful, cinematic and symmetrical shots that encompass the surrounds while still focusing on my subject. I am fluent in English and endeavour to capture the photo of your dreams.
We will start at Glaces Crepes Paninis, the best Crepes in the 18th! This will give you a tasty treat and prop to walk across to the iconic Moulin Rouge. We will then walk to La Maison Rose, a charming old cafe with pastel pink walls and Ivy laden buildings set amongst the Persian cobble stoned street for a truely authentic feeling. Finally, we'll take a 5 minute walk to Sacré-Cœur to take some great polaroids and admire the view of Paris.
Comfortable walking shoes
There will be roughly 20 minutes of walking with stops in between, the walk is mostly uphill so comfortable shoes are recommended.