I am Jaime Quiroz, you can call me Jaime or James, I started as a Graphic Designer at an Art School in Lima, and then, after 20 years of working as a designer and art director in my design studio, I started to move to photography, first moments as a hobby doing some travel photography, and as I learnt more I opened my photo studio, you can see my work at: jaimequiroz.com
During my trips across the country, I visited many times Cusco, Puno, Arequipa, Trujillo, Chachapoyas, Tarapoto, Chiclayo, Ica and many other regions of Peru.
So if you are looking for a trip with an experienced traveler and photographer you can contact me.
Anyway, if you need some recommendations for your trip to Peru, please count on me, I could help you to arrange your trip or recommend people or places that may cover your shooting interests or give you some advice about the country and the places to visit.

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    We deliver one or more days of photo trips in Lima and Peru, not only to the classic tourist areas, but to explore streets and lifestyle, and depending on the season there are many different places in the countryside where we may shoot nature and landscapes, learning on the way a bit more about daylife and history.
    Lima is a city that can be visited the whole year, and common places for shooting lifestyle and old buildings are the main historical center and the district of Barranco, but Lima is not only a busy city, far from the streets we have many special places to go, to watch birds, walk on hills and valleys, visit ruins or fishermen places from a single day to multi-days photo trips in the Andes or the coast of Lima.
    If you plan to travel to other places in Peru, try to plan your trip. For photographers, a good season is from April to November if your plan includes the Andes or the Jungle. Better if is April or May to have more green and rivers with more water.
    January to April are perfect to shoot on the coast, with more options of sunsets and very sunny days but rainy in the Andes, especially January and February.
    August and September are the coldest and misty days on the coast, where Lima city is, so unless you don´t mind about flat light shootings, I suggest to go our surrounding mountains.


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