I offer photo tours for passionate photographers with main emphasis on small groups. This allows me to optimise the program according to weather and light conditions. Itinerary is design to give everyone time for individual exploration of the surrounding area. I welcome questions about composition, lighting and other technical matters.
What are Photo Tours?
Photo tours are for photographers of any level of experience: amateurs, hobby, professional who knows how to use their camera but they need to get to the right place in the right time, and appreciate the company of local expert photographer. Photo tours may be of various lengths from one day to 10 days or even longer.
How does photo tour differ from touristic tours?
Probably you have joined one tour with very strict timetable and very little time to take photograph with aimed composition. Our photo tours are targeted to you who need time for individual exploration and photographing. We do photographing in the evening, over midnight or early morning. We are not non stop in the field but everything is done for you to have great photographs.
What distinguishes the workshops and tours?
Photographic workshops have a learning structure where you can learn basics about photography, fundamentals of composition, some special photography technique as HDR, time-lapse, panorama, but you can learn also about workflow and photo retouching, etc.
Any time of the year and day
See beauty of Prague from photographer’s perspective. We will photograph a places which can be notoriously known or completely unknown to ordinary tourists. Our photo guide will show you interesting perspectives and angles that you can make fresh footage of Prague city. Starting point will be at a well-known place either in the morning or late afternoon to have the tender light. The walk can be leaded also at night to get night shots. Photo walk takes around 3 hours.
October 26th – November 8th, 2017
The Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan lies along the lofty ridges of the eastern Himalayas, bordered by China (Tibet) to the north and northwest, and by the Indian states in, south and west respectively.
The country still retains all the charm of the old world, and travellers experience the full glory of this ancient land as embodied in the monastic fortresses, ancient temples, monasteries and stupas which dot the countryside, prayer flags fluttering above farmhouses and on the hillsides, lush forests, rushing glacial rivers, and – perhaps most important of all – the warm smiles and genuine friendliness of the people.