The mission of EMS Photo Adventures, headed by Pulitzer Prizewinning Photographer, Essdras M Suarez, is to create a unique, hands-on, one-of-a kind, on-location guided photography adventures to help photographers of all levels advance their photographic skills under the tutelage of Suarez or one of his fellow Pulitzer Prizewinning colleagues.
EMS Photo Adventures has postponed all 2020 Adventures to 2021
Because we care and we were sincerely concerned for the health and well being of our travellers, EMS Photo Adventures, well in advance of flights being cancelled, borders being closed and Covid-19’s arrival in the United States, postponed all our Adventures to 2021 and we put all other plans for additional adventures on hold.
Wanting to stay connected with our travelers, Essdras M Suarez:
- Is offering a one-hour, online, Portfolio Review of 50 of you images for an extremely reduced $89.99
- He has asked folks – What would you like to know about photography? Have you got anything specific in mind that we could discuss in a FB Live section?
- We are working on creating a virtual platform on which to give instruction to help you increase your photographic skills.
“This was one of the best travel experiences I’ve ever had. Our leader Essdras was outstanding and was able to provide an insight into the Cuban culture that was unique and fascinating. If you take this trip, expect to be shoved out of your comfort zone, in a very good way … easily the best group leader I’ve ever traveled with, including those from National Geographic and Smithsonian. In addition, a wonderful photography teacher.” – Ann
“The level of photography, photographic support and encouragement could not be equaled. Essdras Suarez was outstanding both as a photographer and as a supporter, teacher, “encourager’” (if that’s a word?) of each of us. The group gelled quickly and remained so throughout the trip. … My primary reason for traveling was that Essdras Suarez was the photo expert. For this, I rate the trip as a “10.” – Deborah
“There is no better way to explore a country and culture than to take photographs. Essdras was a good teacher as well as an informative guide. He had a great sense of humor and was very approachable. It was obvious that he was concerned with our well-being and our comfort. He was very knowledgeable about photographic issues as well as the people we photographed.” – Susan