We will meet at the front main courtyard of the Antwerp Central Station, the best place in town to gather. From there I will take you to one of the most idyllic, historical and beautiful residential districts in Antwerp for a guided walking tour. Not many tourists know about this place so this neighbourhood is still very authentic and untouched by mass tourism. We will spent the last 20 minutes taking various frame-worthy professional portraits that you can cherish for a lifetime. For the cost of one meal you can take home not only memories and souvenirs but a special gift for yourself, your family and friends, while getting to know a local to orient you around this beautiful city or to enrich your knowledge if you are already familiar. The activity should take less than an hour and a half. This is a very easy flat and safe walk, ideal for children and seniors if they can walk on flat surface for an hour at a slow pace. A round trip tram ticket is included in the price as we will take a short tram ride from Central Station to our destination. I can even give you a quick hands-on orientation to our public transit system so you can easily figure out how best to get around. You can check out some of my work at https://www.thomasescritorphotography.com/portfolio
I'm a rising local Antwerp based photographer serving clients internationally specializing in portraits and modelshoots. I am very passionate about what I do and I love to interact with people from all around the world. Now and then I do assignments for the city of Antwerp and I also work as a freelance photographer for companies but most of all I work with private clients. I prefer to organise my work in a way it delivers the best artistic outcome.
Pictures (after the session)
We will probably visit Zurenborg or the Beguinage in Antwerp. Both are historic sites in Antwerp but almost not known by tourists. Zurenborg is a royal area where Kings, Dukes and Barons used to live. There are amazingly beautiful houses and even small castles. The Beguinage is a historic site in Antwerp where time stands still and nuns used to work and live.
In Belgium it rains a lot. So check the weather in advance of our Photo Tour so you can pick the right clothing and an umbrella if necessary.
Antwerp Behind the Scenes