Triple F Photo Tours combines my love for image making, a respect for local/native culture/traditions, to create and provide a one-of-a-kind, quality photo tours to socially conscious travellers. Throughout our travels together, I teach our guests how to improve their photography with hands-on instruction, guaranteeing they will bring home photos they will be proud of and will sustain those memories forever.
👋🏽 About our founder
Hello, my name is Amina Mohamed. I was born in the UK, with early life spent in Uganda and raised in Canada. My family and I came to Canada as refugees in 1972 after being exiled by then-president Idi Amin. In 2007, I travelled back to Uganda for the first time to discover the country and home we were forced to leave behind and that experience shaped the person I would become.
📸 Cameras For Girls
In August 2018, I formed both a for-profit photo-tourism company called Triple F Photo Tours, and a non-profit organization called Cameras For Girls. Ten percent of our revenues from our photo tours goes directly to supporting our cause, which is to teach photography and business skills to marginalized females in Africa and help them get jobs in the journalism field.
❌ Anti tourist tours
Via relationships with local guides and tribes, giving travellers access to rare sites and scenes not available to everyone, our customers join to workshop photography skills, visit natural environments, immerse themselves into the local culture, and support our philanthropic efforts monetarily. The tours are “anti tourist,” supporting local populations who depend on/rely on tourism in a more connected way.
Ready to join us on one of our photo tours? Visit www.triplefphototours.ca
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