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Discover Switzerland with a professional photographer

With its alpine landscapes, its chalets in Valais and its painted houses in Graubünden, with its queen fights, its wrestling matches, with its Matterhorn, with its cogwheel trains, sometimes steam trains, its road passes, its music festivals in Verbier, Gstaad and Lucerne, its art museums in Basel, Olympic in Lausanne and Charly Chaplin in Vevey, its castles in Chillon, Gruyères, Aigle and Tarasp, its Lavaux vineyards, its watchmaking manufactures, and so many other subjects which give very good reasons to discover Switzerland in the company of a professional photographer.


He will help you understand the technical challenges, bring you artistic inspiration thanks to his photographer's eye, but above all will teach you how to get in touch with the local population. You will share exceptional moments with him, while perfecting your photographic art.


And so, on the one hand, you will experience a dream vacation, and on the other hand, your most beautiful photos will leave you with sublime memories.


Olivier Föllmi

With a Swiss father and a French mother, Olivier Föllmi was born in the Alps in 1958. A humanist photographer, he traveled the valleys of the Himalayas for 25 years and became a specialist in Tibetan village culture.

Then he traveled the planet for 20 years and the reputation of his photographic work, rewarded by the World Press Photo, became international in two films in the Himalayas.

He was nominated for the Visa d'Or at the 11th International Photojournalism Festival with photos that are regularly offered in galleries and at auction.

Translated into nine languages, forty photographic and literary works make up his work, which has sold more than one and a half million copies worldwide.

Olivier Föllmi near Geneva where he writes and gives photography courses.

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Philippe Tarbouriech

Philippe Tarbouriech is both a photographer and a tech enthusiast. After 10 years in Silicon Valley (producer of SimCity 3000) he returned to Europe to become a photographer at the dawn of digital photography. Collaborations with UNICEF and various magazines including a cover of Geo Italy, give him the opportunity to multiply meetings around the world and develop his taste for portraiture and reportage. At the same time, he collaborated with DxO to imagine DxO Optics Pro, Dual Aperture and its double aperture optics in Korea, Varioptic and its liquid lenses in Lyon, Skylines and its photo streams in Amsterdam.

Digital tools from cameras or drones to processing tools have no secrets for him and he will know how to help you master them.

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