The Habit We have a bad habit. We find something we like and we just have to do it. It doesn’t matter the cost or inconvenience, we do it. Take pizza in Rome, for example. Some number of years ago we discovered a place that serves delicious gluten free pizza, an oxymoron of sorts. Jumbo…
Sweet Light Photos
Beginner or intermediate? Join us to improve your photography skills. We offer short and long weekend photography workshops. Enjoy yourself and take away new skills and great photographs. All travel workshops accommodate those with gluten free or vegetarian diets.
Sweet Light Photos rates restaurants on their ability to deliver a positive gluten free dining experience. As a family with Celiac disease, safe restaurant dining becomes critical on our travels. Enjoy the benefits of our experience; Check out our Gluten Free Reviews website .
What people say about our workshops
I recently used Sweet Light Photos for a photo tour to the Grand Canyon and Page, AZ. Every aspect of the trip was handled from A to Z. From a perfect sunrise to a scrumptious evening meal, every part of the day was planned to perfection. With their years of experience shooting in the southwest, you are in good hands with Sweet Light Photos. One of the things that I liked the most was all the hidden or secret places they knew about, away from all the crowds, which allowed me to get some great shots I would not have found on my own. I give Sweet Light Photos my highest recommendation for anyone looking to find the best spots to photograph in Arizona and Southern Utah.
-- Paul Lynch
Hoi An was hot and humid, my favorite combination. Luckily, the AC was working in our room which has been named by the hotel staff , “The Chill Zone.” The temperature difference was enough to cause a mini-vortex at the door jam and more import, condensation on my camera lens upon leaving. It took upwards…
Sapa Region We are in northwest Vietnam to experience the mountains and the tiered rice fields of Sapa. September is the tail end rainy season which we hope translates to “green”. There is fine line between the end of the rainy season (green) and the harvest (brown). As we drive up to Sapa, it appears…