Italian Dolomites | Tatra Photography

5th October 2020
Italian Dolomites
7 Days
Group of 7
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The Italian Dolomites are one of the most breathtaking and photogenic mountain ranges on the planet. Join Tatra Photography for a week capturing the splendour of this incredible region with a masterclass in landscape photography.

The Italian Dolomites or the Pale Mountains as they are famously known due to their pale colour is listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site and boast twenty peaks soaring above 3000 meters.

During the week of this two centre photography workshop in the Dolomites we will capture the incredible variety of the Italian Dolomite landscapes, lush valleys and towering jagged peaks that offer breathtaking opportunities at every turn.

All levels are catered for so whether you are new to photography, an enthusiast or a seasoned pro we provide a fun packed tour with a masterclass in landscape techniques from our professional photographer Martin Rak.

While on location you will receive dedicated one-to-one tuition to help hone your landscape photography skills. Martin Rak will offer guidance on both the technical and creative aspects of landscape photography and always be at hand to provide feedback on your photographs. At each location we visit Martin will make suggestions and offer advice on how to create wow factor images.


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

What’s Included

  • 6 nights accommodation based on Single Rooms including half board
  • No single supplement
  • Evening meals
  • Return airport transfers
  • All transport to photography locations
  • Tuition by award winning professional photographer
  • Masterclass in landscape techniques
  • Private English speaking guide
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