Target groupNo specific target group
LocationKwartellaan 25, 2566 DS The Hague
District(s)City center, Escamp, Haagse Hout, Laak, Leidschenveen / Ypenburg, Loosduinen, Scheveningen, Segbroek, Outside The Hague
Minimum age18 year
- Suitable for speakers of other languages
- Offers guidance to volunteers
Are you an excellent photographer who can work both indoors and outdoors?
City's Finest helps internationals find international-friendly shopkeepers, restaurant owners and service providers. City's Finest promotes what they do through a website and Instagram account. Typical shots would be of food dishes, drinks, shop displays, café terrasses, beauty salons or even festivals. You are great at adjusting to various light levels and create atmospheric pictures that want people to try out something new. You can see some examples here: https://www.instagram.com/citysfinestthehague
Number of hours per week
Communication, Computer and internet, Crafts and hobbies
Minimal level of educationAcademic, High school
Required skillsThinking, Creative, Filming/Photograph/Music, Collaborating
Maximum group size0 personen
What do you get in returnAs a hobby photographer you get to build a professional portfolio that you can show to potential employers. Are you a professional photographer but lack a network in the Netherlands? You will come in contact with local business owners, some of which need photographers for events and their own promotional materials.
Dutch Expat Foundation
Street and housenumber
Zipcode and city
2566 DS Den Haag
The Dutch Expat Foundation helps bridge the Dutch and international communities. City's Finest is its latest initiative to help internationals find international-friendly and quality businesses such as shops, restaurants and small service providers who focus on quality and customer service. We plan to organize casual drinks and events for internationals to feel at home and meet locals and other internationals.
Inventarization and promotion of international-friendly stores, restaurants and service providers to help internationals feel at home in their neighbourhood and explore the whole region, avoiding tourist traps.