The Luminaire to offer expert-led photography trips

New luxury tour operator The Luminaire has unveiled a collection of experiences in partnership with leading photographic agency Magnum.

One of the first photographic cooperatives, owned and administered entirely by its members, Magnum will celebrate its 75th anniversary this year. Its photographers have documented most of the world’s major events and personalities since the 1930s.

The Luminaire’s travel experiences will be led by Magnum Photographers and have been designed to “stimulate, engage and transform” both amateur and accomplished photography enthusiasts.

Guests can join acclaimed contemporary photographer Jonas Bendiksen in his native Norway to explore the nation’s northernmost coastal communities and landscapes, or travel across Mexico to explore religious traditions and rituals with celebrated photographer Cristina Garcia Rodero. 

A third experience includes spending time with renowned talents Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb near their home in Cape Cod to understand how the destination’s stark Atlantic coastal landscape has influenced their work. 

Private bookings are now open with group experiences available to book from September 2022. 

Prices start from £10,250 per person for a six-day visit to Cape Cod with Alex and Rebecca Webb based on a group of six guests, including the purchase of a print. 

The Luminaire’s chief executive Adam Sebba said: “We’re very excited to collaborate with Magnum Photographers and create unique life changing experiences for Magnum fans who want to deepen their understanding of the work and inspiration of one of their photography heroes.

“I’m excited to welcome four world-renowned talents into The Luminaire’s Guild of leading experts. These journeys bring a fresh, inspiring and accessible experience to a new generation of travellers.”

Photo credit: Cristina Gracia Rodero/Magnum Photos

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