Hi, my name's Sab Will, and I've been photographing and writing about Paris for nearly 20 years!
I'm really passionate about two particular aspects of this amazing city: the incredible opportunities for street photography, and the countless historical curiosities and oddities there are all over the place, if you know where to look.
So I've put together a really great set of Paris tours, focusing either on street photography, or the quirks and curios of the city (or a combination of both) for you to choose from. Just click above for more details about the tours and weeks, prices and dates available.
The Photo and Curios Tours are rich and totally personalised 4-hour walks around the city concentrating on the area or the photographic style you want to cover. These are private tours, with a maximum of four people, which means it's only you and your friends or family so you get precisely the experience you want..
The Photo and Curios Weeks are a specially designed series of five days of tours, from Monday to Friday, which cover a vast array of either street photography or Paris curiosities and history, depending on which topic you choose. The group has a maximum of six people so I can give everyone plenty of personal attention.
Customise Your Choice!
If you only have two or three days you can combine individual tours in anyway you like. And of course you can take photos on a Curios Tours, and discover Paris quirks on a Photo Tour, there's no problem about that!
I'd love you to spend a week with me photographing or just discovering this amazing city, especially the parts you wouldn't normally see on a typical tourist trip. Look around the site, and please get in touch at any time if you need more information. I look forward to seeing you in Paris soon!
* Sab Will runs a variety of Paris and photography-themed sites and blogs, reviews Paris books of all sorts, interviews interesting Paris people, writes an illustrated Paris Chronicle every day, runs a Meetup group for Paris lovers, a Paris photo quiz and even contributes to the city's street art (shh), so feel free to browse some of the links below and in the right-hand column to find out more about what he gets up to out there...