Top Photography Locations in Cape Town South Africa
We had an amazing time in Cape Town, South Africa. So many things to do, see, and eat! The western cape is the perfect backdrop for photos. They have something for everyone – beaches, Winelands & country, city & industrial! Luckily for us, we didnt have to worry about bringing out our phones trying to capture every moment because we had a photographer on the trip with us. Not just any photographer though, Detroit photographer Justin Milhouse.
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These locations are great for single, couple, or group photoshoots. Justin was able to capture the magic all over Cape Town for our entire trip. A less seasoned photographer or even a selfie connoisseur are bound to get “do it for the gram” worthy shots at any of these locations.
The Bo–Kaap is an area of Cape Town, South Africa formerly known as the Malay Quarter. It is a historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town. Be sure to take a trip to this colorful neighborhood, soak in the sites, cultures, and grab a few selfies!
Be sure to check out one of Cape Towns many beaches. This particular beach was Clifton 3rd Beach.
No trip is complete in South Africa without taking a wine tour. Amazing buzz and views whats not to love? It was an added bonus that this was Seven Sisters wine farm which is the ONLY black-owned wine farm in all of South Africa. The effects of apartheid are still strong there.
I would have loved to get some pictures at the botanical gardens but time was not our friend on this trip. We were there for 8 days and it still wasnt enough time to do everything we would have liked. Justin did an AMAZING job on our photos and you should definitely book him if you are looking for a photographer in Detroit or anywhere else around the world.
Some of his other work from the trip:
Elephant at the Aquila Game Safari
Boulders Beach Penguins
Lions at the Aquila Game Safari
Maxwell our safari tour guide
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