Porto & Aveiro | Tatra Photography

3rd March 2021
Porto, Portugal
5 Days
Group of 7
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Join Tatra Photography in Porto and Aveiro for a 5 day photography tour to capture the famous multi-coloured towns, fishing villages and coastline in north Portugal. Porto and Aveiro is renowned for quaint fishing villages, medieval towns with narrow cobbled streets, stately bridges and rugged beaches nestled in between the protected nature reserves.

During this 4-night photography workshop we will cover the north west of Portugal starting from Porto and continuing along the coast to Aveiro. We will have plenty of time out in the field at sunrise & sunset for the seascape and fishing village locations and we will concentrate on the blue hour & evenings in Porto and Aveiro old towns.

We will seek out interesting nooks and crannies as well as the better-known and more iconic sites. Our aim will be to give you ample opportunity to really capture the history and beauty of this amazing country.

As well as having extended and flexible time in Portugal where we will work one-on-one with each guest to hone your seascape and urban photography skills, we will also provide demonstrations of advanced landscape and cityscape photography techniques, such as High Dynamic Range Imaging, image stacking and night photography.

We also encourage participants to bring a selection of their work for a review and critique; our professional tutor will discuss the art of urban photography composition, how to use the camera to create wow-factor images and how to approach photography with the eye of a pro.


What’s Included

  • 4 nights accommodation based on single/twin or double room including breakfast
  • No single supplement
  • Return airport transfers
  • All transport to photography locations
  • Tuition by professional photographer
  • Masterclass in landscape & urban 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 close ups (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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