Kalk Bay & St. James: Cape Town Photography Highlights
Visiting Kalk Bay at sunrise is a treat; armed with a camera, and guided by a National Geographic photographer, it’s photography heaven. A suburb of Cape Town, Kalk Bay still feels like a quaint fishing village; one that takes pride in its small scale but lively fishing industry, and its authentic (and authentically smelly) fish market.
Cape Town is arguably the world’s most beautiful city, topping travel bucket lists with its unique offering of spectacular scenery and cultural diversity. Whether you’re a landscape, documentary or street photographer, Cape Town’s plethora of lineages and cultures, ocean bays and looming mountains, trendy eateries and gritty townships will tease your imagination and feed your creative eye. This Cape Town photography workshop, guided by National Geographic photographer Tyrone Turner and Capetonian photographer Sarah Isaacs, will guide you through the city’s photographic highlights.
Keen to join us? You can find more information on our Impact Photography Program and our Nonprofit Photography Internship, both held in Cape Town!
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