White angels of Camargue photo workshop guided by Albert Dros, 2-6 May 2024


Day 1

Driving from Marseille to Camargue is 1,5 hour. Arrival in the Camargue National Park (Parc Naturel Régional de Camargue), in the town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. After lunch and a brief on photographing horses we’ll drive to our first shooting session. This evening we’ll photograph horses running through water on sunset.



Total price: 4300 USD per person twin share
Single supplement:
500 USD
Maximum Number of Participants: 16 (per 3 photography guides for our group, a local guide, 3-5 guardians helping with horses)


Included in the price:

– All transfers
– Lodging
– All meals
– Instruction and master classes by three professional guides
– Services of crew that helps to guide horses
– 5 horse sessions (1-2 hours each), 1 bull session
– Carrots for horses to run faster 🙂


Not included in the price:

– Lunch on arrival and departure
– Airfare
– Visas (if applicable)
– Single supplement


What to bring

– Camera
– A middle-zoom lens such as a 24-70 mm
A telephoto zoom lens, such as a 70-200 mm or 100-400 mm. One of the most important for horse photography.
– fast memory cards, extra storage

– Waterproof and windproof jacket (for the muddy shootings)
– Waterproof pants (keep change)
Wellingtons or fishing boots
– Casual clothes for dinners and lunches and photography workshops

Tour leaders

Albert Dros

English, Dutch

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Albert is a Dutch photographer with an extreme passion for landscape photography. He aims to capture places and certain moments in the best way possible by using his own vision and unique style. His style consists of strong vibrant, sometimes fairytale like images in which he expresses himself. Albert has a background in Design, Video and Animation. He has worked for himself his whole life and has as a Master Degree in Multimedia & Entertainment Technology.

Albert loves to travel. Next to photo tours and workshops he likes to explore the world on his own or with friends. He has a passion for visiting the most beautiful spots in the world, whether known or unknown. Challenging himself is what keeps him motivated. Albert loves planning his shots carefully.

He does this with great detail to make sure his efforts have the highest chances of success. He sometimes plans days, weeks, months or even years to get that particular shot he wants. Challenging himself combined with planning and writing a story of the whole process is Albert’s specialty. He is always looking for new challenges and adventures. He is able to find beauty anywhere in the world: from misty mornings in the forests minutes away from his home to rooftops of the highest buildings in Dubai to remote locations in Iceland or the US. Next to taking photos, Albert also likes to teach and write about photography.

He occasionally writes for the most well known Photography magazines both on – and offline. Along that he has worked with many brands in the photography industry and is an official Sony Ambassador of Imaging.

His work has been featured in some of the biggest news outlets & magazines worldwide, like TIME, National Geographic and Adobe.