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, and 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. The whole travel time is spent by photographing native people, markets, landscape, nature, towns.
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 on the other hand everything is done for you to take great photographs.
What distinguishes the workshops and tours?
Outdoor photography workshops have a learning structure where you can learn basics about photography, fundamentals of composition or special photography technique as HDR, time-lapse, panorama. You can learn also about workflow and photo retouching. Photo tour is dedicated to the photography as much as possible and also to get know the country where you are photographing.
Highlights: Prague castle, Old Town square, panorama
A hundred spirit Prague is interwoven with legends and myths. The streets are romantically narrow as the times of the kings and knights. The Old Town Square, which is in the central part of the city’s old town, is a photographers’ paradise, with the Old Town Hall on one side and Church of Our Lady Tyn on the other, plus the beautiful St Nicholas Church somewhere in between, providing the perfect backdrop for your holiday photos. Prague Castle, Havel’s Market, Charles Bridge, etc. are other interesting places to visit.
Highlights: rock towers, traditional villages, nature
Some of you have propably heard about Litomyšl, Adršpašsko-Teplické Rocks or Rychnov nad Kněžnou. It is such a beautiful region with various landscapes and a rare number of castles and chateaus, ancient military fortresses, urban conservation areas and other attractive sights of Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau and modern inter-World-War architecture.
Highlights: landscape, wine cellars, Moravian villages, castle Lednice and Valtice
South Moravia is charming place for its vineyards and rolling hills. Roaming the countryside is the best opportunity to get variety of photos filled with different lines, shapes, colour and patterns. We will visit the Moravian wine cellars where we will taste the local wine and regional meals.
The Lednice-Valtice area is the pearl of South Moravia which is proudly on UNESCO World Heritage List. This site definitely deserve your attention.
The tour takes full day or can be divided into two days.
July 15-22, 2018; Sept 30 – Oct 7, 2018 or on request
Highlights: rock towers, castles, ruins, countryside, traditional villages, nature, landscape
Places: Prague, Bohemian Paradise, South Moravia and South Bohemia
Czech Republic photo tour of the varied landscape and architectural gems. Small country in the centre of Europe has a lot to offer – rolling farm fields, valleys, enormous number of castles and chateaus, urban conservation areas and other attractive sights of Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau, and beautiful folk architecture.
Highlights: cave, ruin castles, chateaux, rock towers, timber framed houses
Bohemian Paradise is the place full of sandstone rock towns and prospects which you will immediately fall in love with. We will walk through the Mouse Hole in Hruba Skala or Imperial Hall in Prachovske rocks. Castle Trosky will follow us on every step.
The Golden Path will lead us through the whole Hruboskalsko along the various ridge of rock town. During our walk we will have views from different perspectives; Mary’s lookout offers the most beautiful view of Dragon rocks and castle Trosky. Silhouette of Trosky will accompany us the whole tour, it will follow us when visiting a small picturesque town Rovensko.
Highlights: traditional villages, castles, chateaux
South Bohemia Photo Tour will lead you to the area of thousand fish-ponds is surrounded by beautiful castles and chateaux. Fairy tale castle Cervena Lhota. Chateau Hluboká nad Vltavou reminding the English Tudor architecture. Village Holasovice is known for the rustically out-look. Experience the ambience of the town of Cesky Krumlov with cafes, taverns, and handicraft shops – the cornucopia of colours lets you click marvellous photos.