100th blog: A Look Back at the Best

100th blog: A Look Back at the Best

Over the past 99 blogs posts, we've covered in-depth technical discussions, featured exciting hidden locations, and gotten to look at the work of our photographers in depth. So for our 100th blog, I wanted to take a look back at some of the most popular articles we've written and shared them with you to celebrate this milestone.

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Eat, Drink, See: Marais, Paris

Eat, Drink, See: Marais, Paris

The fashionable and hip Marais district is a melting pot in Paris. Once the city's principal Jewish Quarter, the temples and kosher restaurants are now side by side with hipster fashion boutiques and LGBT bars. It is a great place to stroll and get lost amongst the rich heritage so I went looking for a bar, a restaurant and a sight for my series, Eat, Drink, See.

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The Beirut Sun Tanners - C'est Beyrouth

The Beirut Sun Tanners - C'est Beyrouth

In Paris? Head to L'Institut des Cultures d'Islam to absorb the culture in a fantastic photography exhibition entitled "C'est Beyrouth", it will help you understand the complexity of what makes Beirut today, overlooking a decade that knows neither war nor peace. I got the chance to explore the exhibition and a peculiar series called “The Beirut Sun Tanners” shot by our very own Vianney Le Caer.

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The Thousand Words: Clara Abi Nader

The Thousand Words: Clara Abi Nader

A picture tells a thousand words... and we are here to tell you a few more in our ongoing series A Thousand Words where we dig through the vault of talented photographers at Aperture Tours and get them to open up a little about some of their favourite images. This week we look at our Paris photographer Clara Abi Nader and her image "In the Oven".

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The Best Places to Explore in 2018

The Best Places to Explore in 2018

2018 is upon us at last, and with it, it brings new opportunities, new experiences and the chance to explore new cities around the globe. In the previous year we have been worked hard to dive into the underbelly of the most photogenic cities in the world; find the best places to shoot, hide, eat and drink, so you will have no excuses when you go travelling in 2018 as to what to do when you touch down

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You don't need a new camera

You don't need a new camera

To be honest, asking a photographer which camera they shot an image with is about as offensive as asking an author which pencil they wrote with. I went shooting with my 20-year-old film camera the other day and brought home some fantastic images that hold up to the most modern digital cameras of today. So you need to ask yourself, do you really need a new camera?

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The Best Cities to Explore in 2017

The Best Cities to Explore in 2017

The New Year is upon us at last and it brings new opportunities for exciting travels, but where to? We've curated a selection of the best photo essays we've made over the past year to inspire your travels. Make sure you get the most out of your upcoming trips and come away with better photographs. Where are you shooting in 2017?

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Alexander VS William : Photographer Face-Off

Alexander VS William : Photographer Face-Off

Welcome to Photographer Face-Off; where we pit two photographers against one another and get them to fight it out over their favourite methods and settings. Boys, let's get ready to rumble!

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Who Shot the Photographer?

Who Shot the Photographer?

The tables were turned on a recent tour I took, as I had camera being pointed back at myself. Mico Saad from the TV show Galwat & Oklat Mico joined me on a trip around Paris with the challenge to improve his photography.

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