Saxon Germany | Tatra Photography

3rd September 2020
Zittau Mountains, Jonsdorf, Germany
4 Days
Group of 7
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This Saxon Germany workshop explores Saxony’s Zittau Mountains national park, which is located on the border triangle of Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. The landscape stretches along the meandering River Mandau and is one of Europe’s scenic gems.

The particular charm of Germany’s smallest highland area lies in its varied sandstone mountains, volcanic peaks and picturesque valleys. Exquisite plant life such as marsh marigolds, martagon lilies and carline thistles can also be found in the marshlands and alpine meadows.

During this photography tour of Saxon we will capture the incredible variety of the Sandstone mountains and lush landscapes. All levels are catered for. So whether you are new to photography, an enthusiast or a seasoned pro we provide a fun packed tour. Above all, the Saxon Germany workshop is 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. He will 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 lense
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

What’s Included

The Saxon Germany workshop includes:

3 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 techniques
Private English-speaking guide

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