We understand that during these unpredictable times of travel restrictions, it can be a challenge to send your photographer out on location for a bespoke feature piece. Luckily, our award-winning photographers have already shot feature-worthy imagery, from all across the globe. Stunning locations all with the same light, subjects, tonal qualities, and atmospheric feel. We call these our picture sets and they are fully available to license as you need.
Our latest picture set showcases morocco, Marrakesh, otherwise known as The Red City.
Full of colour, warmth, and magical charm, Marrakesh is definitely the most popular of the cities and has become an unmissable destination for vibrancy and delight, guaranteed to flood your grid with its distinctive get those gram likes. Famed for its abundant markets, connected by a maze of alleys and souks revealing treasures at every turn. Rich aromatic spices fill the air and the sand paletted walls give signature style to the ancient architecture.
Surrounded by a vast palm grove, the medina in Marrakech is called the red city, because of its buildings and ramparts of beaten clay, which were built during the residence of the Alohads. The heart of the medina is Jamaa el-Fna square, a vibrant marketplace.
Take a look through the colour inspired galleries below, then head to our homepage to find out about our licensing options.
The cultural capital of Morocco has four imperial cities, Fes, Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakech. Marrakech earning the title of the most visited destination in the country. Rabat is the current capital city, with steeped historic attractions, such as the Kasbah of the Qudaias, the old medina, and the Hassan Tower. Almost the architecture of traditional homes, private residences, and palaces, open courtyards can be found, shaded from the blazing sun, offering a place of relaxation and shade surrounded by orange or lemon trees and decorated with traditional fountains.
Imagined by french orientalist artist Jacques Majorelle, the Majorelle Garden is a two and a two and a half acre botanical garden and artist’s landscape garden and an absolute must-see! Its origin dates back almost forty years starting in 1923 and features a Cubist villa designed by the French architect, Paul Sinoir in the 1930s.
Our photographer Neil Emmerson captured the stunning blues and yellow, that give the garden its name – Majorelle is a French word meaning bright cobalt blue.
Our photographers have journeyed to the heart of this city, capturing a real essence of the daily life, vibrant palaces and gardens and thriving souks that sell traditional textiles, pottery and jewelry. Any number of these images could transform a page and immerse the reader into the story. Whether you would like to use the images digitally, printed or even commercially – there are suitable licensing options for all.
If you would like to discuss picture sets, our sales team would be more than happy to advise you