Bernese Highlands | Tatra Photography

9th June 2021
Bernese Highlands, Switzerland
5 Days
Group of 7
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Join the Tatra photography team in the breathtaking Bernese Highlands in Switzerland. Broad glacier fields, deep green mountain lakes and impressive waterfalls with thundering glacial streams are natural jewels in the Bernese highlands. The iconic Eiger peak at 3970m overlooks Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland.

During this 4-night photography workshop we will cover the mountain lakes and valleys of the Bernese Highlands. We will also capture the quaint swiss villages surrounded by the stunning mountain peaks. We also have plenty of time out in the field to capture the rolling hills, jagged peaks and quaint churches located in the valleys during the blue hour.

Tatra photography provide photographic tuition with professional photographer Martin Rak. During the workshop you will be able to learn all the different techniques to photograph the lakes, mountains and waterfalls and come home with some outstanding images. The tuition will cover composition, shutter speeds, apertures & understanding histograms.

All levels are catered for with digital & film. So whether you are new to photography, an enthusiast or a seasoned pro looking for a new photography holiday the Bernese Highlands is an oasis of breathtaking mountain scenery.

Over the five days, you can expect a fun packed workshop of great photography, great company and great food in the beautiful surroundings of the Swiss mountains.

What’s Included

The Bernese Highlands photography tour includes:

  • 4 nights accommodation single/twin or double room including breakfast
  • No single supplement
  • Return airport transfers
  • All transport to photography locations
  • Tuition by award winning professional photographer
  • Masterclass in landscape techniques
  • Private English-speaking guide

Equipment Needed

  • Digital or Film Camera Body
  • Wide angle lens
  • Medium (24-70 zoom) lens
  • Zoom lens – not more than 200mm needed
  • Macro for flower close up (optional)
  • Polarising filter
  • Hotshoe Bubble Level
  • Lens cleaning cloth
  • Laptop (optional)
  • SPARE batteries
  • Battery charger
  • PLENTY of memory cards
  • Sturdy tripod


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