Velassaru, on a private coral island, surrounded by white sands and a unique turquoise lagoon, has a professional photographer on-hand to capture carefree, sun-soaked moments.
Rolling hills, vast forests, caves and rock formations are a natural studio for resident photographer Eric Hoffman, who accompanies holidaying guests at Hocking Hills on trail walks to Ash Cave and Cedar Falls.
In the French Alps, the luxurious Chalet Pelerin offers guests the ‘Full Experience’. This includes spending a day with a professional photographer while climbing across river gorges, parasailing past mountain peaks or simply hiking, biking or rock climbing.
Resident wildlife photographers on Aurora Expeditions’ Arctic and Antarctic cruise boats also capture guests’ experiences, including whale-watching, and present them with a professional photobook at the end of their voyage.
Visitors to this remote private island retreat can recruit photographer Aaron Jones to document them exploring the island’s convict history, watching penguins and whales, fishing or just falling into the rhythms of the natural world.
Southern Utah’s red rock canyons are the wild playground of this resort specialising in nature-bound adventures and wellness activities. Rock-climbers, horseback riders and yogis can capture themselves in action on a two-hour outdoor photo session with photographer Dave Becker.
7. Vomo, Fiji
Multi-generational groups, couples and families have all enjoyed their two hour-long sessions with a resident photographer at this luxury Fijian property. It has two private islands where snorkelling and diving provide unique photo backdrops.
– TEXT BY PENNY WATSON
PHOTOS: SUPPLIED, VOMO FIJI
This article was originally published by Singapore Press Holdings.