We will begin our fascinating activity “Fez photography” with the entrance of the old medina; it is called “Bab Boujloud”. There we will find a huge gate, one of the most popular gates in Morocco, a sight of the ornament glittering mosaic tiles, you definitely not want to miss as you explore this imperial city. With Fez Photography shooting Tour, you will enjoy the shooting of the social life there as well as you will integrate with the people’s actions easily. We will lead you to see the local market of the medieval old medina, the colors of the fresh fruits, vegetables & spices, the different faces & traditional clothing as well.
Afterward, we will pass to the inside of old Medina where a huge number of local artisans; local handicrafts (pottery, copper, and leather goods), street food where you can taste Moroccan barbecue… etc. You are going to love taking some photos to the old buildings found in the narrow old streets that goes back to 9 centuries before. Our guide will explain and give you details about the historical places he will lead you to.
Our next destination will be towards Moroccan Muslim/Jewish & Berber architectures including some preserved sites such as: Jewish quarter, Al-Qaraouin University -the oldest University that has a great impact in the development of Fez and Morocco-, next we will visit the Nejjarrin museum, Madrasa Bouanania, Mellah Jewish Quarter, El-Batha Museum and leather handicraft shops that are made of the skins prepared in Tanneries of Fez Old Medina. Through this Shooting photography tour, we will come across the essential Monuments and explore the Moroccan local Lifestyle as well as to take some memories and pictures by our professional photographer.
To sum up, you will have a great opportunity to capture photos for the most interesting reserved sites in Fez Medina. Our guide will help you to reach the hidden different faces of Medina by giving you contextual clarifications.
Shooting photography tour is a journey and chance to learn essential techniques and principles of photography.