Capture the quiet light of the moving mountains in the Dolomites
Filled with national parks, some of the most jagged peaks on the face of the Earth and stunning alpine lakes with emerald-green waters, the Dolomites have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site for a good reason. You just need to put your finger on it.
Haven to massive limestone peaks towering above stunning sceneries of gentle grassy meadows, colorful wildflowers and fairytale villages, the famous pale mountains will steal your breath away as they make you feel small in their presence...
So get your gear together and be prepared to marvel at the jaw-dropping moments nature has carved here for you. The Dolomites will be time well spent and the great pictures you’ll take on the tour will make the list of your personal favorites.
Locations carved by the Dolomites
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up to 7 attendees
moderate hiking involved
Included in the price
- Professional photography instructor
who will make you familiar with the area, show you the best photo locations of Dolomites and guide you through the subtleties of landscape photography (choosing the right gear, scene selection, composition, post production).
- 5 nights of accommodation
airport pick-up / drop-off in Munich (Germany)
- In-field water and snacks
much appreciated, while shooting :-)
Excluded from the price
- Flight tickets
or any other form of transportation to and from Munich (Germany)
- Travel insurance
please note that travel insurance is compulsory
- Alcoholic and dinner beverages
whatever suits you, you carry the can
- Additional snacks & meals
not knowing what you might be into, we leave this up to you
- Any visa fees
We want you to make the best of the tour, so we advise that you bring the following:
- Digital camera
- Good tripod
and a remote shutter release, of course (for tack sharp pictures)
- Lens filters
neutral density and polarizer filters (if you have any)
- Wide angle lenses
always a good choice with landscape photos in mind
- Telephoto lens
comes in real handy, especially when you wish to get some detail of the landscape
- Warm and waterproof gear
Make sure you pack up some. It can get pretty cold or damp. We are talking mountain weather and the Dolomites are no exception :)
Our stay in Dolomites will place us in the heart of Cortina d’Ampezzo, dubbed the Queen of the Dolomites and a popular winter sports resort to boot. We will make ourselves comfortable in Hotel Aquila, located downtown. Offering fine amenities, including an indoor pool and a fitness center, the hotel also features complimentary WiFi access, with each room furnished in rustic style leading to a private balcony. A perfect place to rest, this hotel will be our base camp to get us started for the eventful days of photo shooting ahead in the close localities.
Yves Goergen, Software Developer, Germany
“I had a good time and it’s interesting to get to know the people behind the shots. The guidance was excellent and Martin gave helpful hints about when and how to shoot each location we visited. I have also learned a few new tricks for both shooting on site and post-processing that I could further put into practice during my additional days in the area.”