Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city has been my latest destination for shooting photos. Though not sharing the same cosmopolitan life and the international reputation of Barcelona, the city was more than a pleasant surprise to discover. Beside the futuristic and iconic Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias, where I spent hours by taking photos of its modern architectural details, Valencia welcomed me by revealing its rich past history along streets and squares inundated with elegant art nouveau buildings, medieval fountains and huge modernist covered markets. Came back from a lovely weekend, here is a my photo gallery of Valencia.
If you are an amateur photographer and Barcelona is one of your next destinations for pleausure, you can not miss Barcelona Photowalk!
Barcelona Photo Walk is a photographic workshop and photographic city tour created by professional photographers (here I am!) for tourists visiting Barcelona, one of the world’s most exciting destinations.
Tours are organized in 4-hour photo walks and are held in english language privately (one participant) or for small groups (4 to 10 participants) through narrow old streets, picturesque small squares and more charming corners of Born, Barri Gotic and Raval districts or to discover the most curious architectural details of modernism.
Discovering a photo I shot a couple of months ago here in Barcelona on two different publications just made my day! Nothing big in terms of sale, obviously, but it is always a pleasure to see a photo of your own published somewhere. The photo was sold through Alamy to an italian travel monthly magazine and to the Telegraph. Both media used my photo to illustrate articles celebrating summer activities and beach life in Barcelona.