By KARRYON @karryontravel19 Apr 2016Flight Centre Travel Group has launched a new global partnership with Travelshoot, which gives clients access to professional photographers around the world. The partnership kicked off this month for holidaymakers looking to capture special moments overseas like surprise wedding proposals, honeymoons, groups of mates, solo travellers and family holidays. Currently, the global partnership provides travellers in more than 30 cities worldwide the chance to book a Travelshoot photography package – a 1-hour, 2-hour or 4-hour photoshoot experience – directly through any of Flight Centre leisure brands. Travelshoot founder Sarah Pearce said the Flight Centre partnership would assist Travelshoot in reaching travellers across the globe, while providing customers with a unique product to add-on to their holiday when they book flights, accommodation and other travel items. “Travelshoot is about connecting travellers with local photographers who take the customer around to their favourite places for the best photos of iconic parts of their city.” Sarah Pearce, Travelshoot Founder “They love their home city and they know where to take you to get really memorable photos, while making the whole experience natural, fun and relaxed.” Travelshoot have more than 100 photographers in its network and Pearce expects this number of grow over the coming months. Flight Centre Managing Director Graham Turner said Travelshoot’s offering was an interesting and innovative new addition to the company’s global product range. “Capturing the best photos is an important part of any holiday experience.” “We are delighted to work with Sarah and with Travelshoot to bring the product to a wider audience and to help grow the business.” Do you think your clients would like access to photographers around the world? Other stories you may like Which celebrity will appear at Flight Centre Global 2018? Maybe Calvin Harris or Branson? FLIGHT CENTRE HQ SLIDE: Is it still popular among employees? #travelforlife: How did this travel company become employer of choice?