South Moravia Czech Republic | Tatra Photography
Join Tatra Photography in South Moravia, the land of patterns, rolling fields and vineyards also known as Moravian Tuscany. The Moravian agricultural countryside in spring provides plenty of photography opportunities with lush green colors as the fields are stirring up from the winter sleep.
This workshop is aimed at telephoto landscape photography. The recommended lens focal length is 100mm to 400mm and we recommend a sturdy tripod. We will be shooting from the opposite hills to give the photographs a dynamic perspective. The rolling fields are continuously cultivated and the patterns are never the same.
During this photography tour of Moravia we will capture the incredible variety of the patterns, rolling hills, hidden chapels and churches, sentinel trees, vineyards and chestnut tree alleys. 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.
- 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
- Digital or Film Camera Body
- Wide angle lense
- Medium (24-70 zoom) lens
- Zoom lenses – range from 100 mm to 400/500 mm 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