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Morocco Street Photography

Morocco Street Photography by professional travel photographer Lorenz Berna : Local man cycling in front of a traditional Kasbah in Midelt, Atlas region of Morocco.

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Morocco : The 1001 Eyes of the streets.

If Morocco is an absolutly fascinating country for the travel photographer, for its landscapes, portraits and architecture, it is in no way, less captivating for the ‘pure’ street photographer.
Indeed the combination of the architecture’s refinement to the hectic lively hustle of a multi-ethnic population makes a truly thrilling street photography. Colours, folklore, traditions and modernity blend together to give a unique touch to the moroccan cities. The opportunities for good street photos are honestly, everywhere! But the occasions are pretty hard too.

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Actually, we found the people of the cities very sharp, awake and crafty, as we could say.
In the maze of the old quarters’ narrow streets, 1001 eyes hidden behind each corner, had already totally scanned you before you even noticed their shadows. And as soon as you put your hand on your camera, faces tend to turn over, get an hostile expression and sometimes even get angry. So, we did find pretty difficult to get many pictures of people in the streets.
You have to either get to know the people, find the open person or steal snap shots so you would get a true feeling of the local life in the Moroccan streets.

But once you get it, you can be very happy! Because Morocco Street Photography is pure exotism and folklore. The traditional clothes, the mosaics, the carvings, the shapes, patterns and designs everywhere, the light filtering through the high walls of the old streets’ kasbahs, the ancient traditions and habits. It still has a strong touch of a timeless travel photography…

Don’t miss our Marrakech Photo Guide to get good tips on the best photo locations of Marrakech.
And to go further into Morocco Travel Photography : see our Morocco Photo Gallery as well as the Skoura Photo Gallery. Not to forget our Travel Video.

[  Morocco Street Photography by Lorenz Berna, Text by Florence Lepavec  ]

Palm trees in black and white, Morocco
Palm trees in black and white
Fez street photography under the rain of a winter night.
Fez, under the rain of a winter night.
Young Moroccans walking over the ancient walls of the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech, after sunset. Best of Marrakech photo guide.
Young Moroccans boys walking over the ancient walls of the Koutoubia Mosque after sunset.
Game of lines and shadows for this street photography of Morocco.
Game of lines and shadows for this street photography of Marrakech.
Marrakech street photography in Black and white: Moroccan woman out for shopping.
Marrakech street photography in Black and White.
The pointed, hooded moroccan djellaba in silhouette, Morocco photos.
The pointed, hooded moroccan djellaba in silhouette.
Silhouettes of men in the traditional Djellaba in Tinghir, Morocco
The singular silhouettes of the traditional moroccan djellabas in Tinghir.
Woman in front of a street shoe stall in Fez, Morocco
Woman in front of a street shoe stall in Fez.
Woman passing by a refined wall carved in marble and covered with mosaics.
Zoom on moroccan architecture details with this picture of an old woman passing in front of a refined wall carved in marble and covered with mosaics.
Black and white photography of Morocco : Skins from the Fez tanneries, carried away on a horse back, Morocco Street Photography
Skins from the Fez tanneries, carried away on a horse back.
The Art of waiting for these sellers of the Marrakech Djemaa El Fna market.
The Art of Waiting at the Marrakech Djemaa El Fna market.
A man selling vegetable from his car on the Djemaa El Fna market of Marrakech, Morocco
Delivery man at the Djemaa El Fna market.
Frame of the Medina : Man passing in front of some street stalls, carrying a painting frame.
Medina's frames in Fez.
Night photos in front of the illuminated Koutoubia Mosque of Marrakech, Morocco photos
Night photos in front of the illuminated Koutoubia Mosque of Marrakech.
Street silhouettes on the Koutoubia Mosque front square.
Street silhouettes on the Koutoubia Mosque front square.
Donkey and man sharing the frame on this Morocco Street Photography.
Donkey and man sharing the frame on this Morocco Street Photography in Fez.

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