Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Holiday snaps in focus

A SPECTACULAR holiday, amazing views, life-altering moments and not a single photographic memory of the experience. Instead, you are left with blurry photos taken by strangers, a host of shots with one person missing, unflattering, awkward angles and a variety of selfies that don't do you justice.

Flytographer is a new service that enables travellers to capture the spirit of their holiday by hiring a professional local photographer in more than 70 cities worldwide. Some of Flytographer's team of talented photographers have shot for publications such as Vanity Fair, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Time, New York Times, and Getty Images.

Each shot will have a location landmark in the background: a cobbled street in Le Marais, Paris; a glimpse of a Venetian canal; or a view of a Manhattan skyscraper.

Created by founder Nicole Smith, Flytographer was born after a long-awaited trip to Paris to meet up with a friend she hadn't seen for years. After marginally good selfies and clumsy snaps taken by strangers, the women were delighted when a Paris-based friend agreed to take photos of the pair.


Go Holiday news : www.govillasandcottages.co.uk

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