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Dolomites Photo Workshop October 2019

An 8/9 day photo workshop September 27/28 - October 5, 2019 (including one optional day for free) for up to 10 participants in the beautiful Dolomites mountains in Italy at the best time for autumn colours and light. This is one of the most beautiful areas in Europe. The Dolomites are known for their dramatic shapes and altitudes and is a wonderland for photography as well. The weather can be dramatic at times and offers wonderful opportunities for extraordinary pictures. The rugged rock formations are beautiful and are emphasised in many different shapes and forms, when the light creates shadows and colours during the day. Notice that there is an optional day before the workshop begins with early morning and late afternoon shoots.

In addition to the morning and late afternoon shoots, there will be some classroom sessions with photo critiques, presentations on optimal image quality, shooting techniques and composition considerations. Post processing is really important and mandatory in order to get the best from the images captured by digital cameras.

This workshop combines the Western and the Eastern parts of the Dolomites in one workshop. We will start in the west staying in hotel Adler near the beautiful Lago di Carezza close to the village Nova Levante near Bolzano. We leave this hotel on October 4 and checkin to the hotel Argentina just outside of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The drive is about 2 hours. For this workshop it is recommended to also choose the optional day before the workshop and arrive on September 29. This extra day is optional and not included in the workshop price. You pay the extra day accommodation and meals to the hotel at checkout. By covering the west and the east of the Dolomites we will shoot the highlights of the Dolomites.

This workshop is aimed at offering participants the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful areas in Europe, capture great pictures and create valuable memories. Visit the website and scroll down to see pictures captured on locations. The instructor is Hans Kruse, owner of HansKrusePhotography. He is very experienced in landscape photography and in post processing techniques.

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    • Hi Alberto,

      Most of the walks are not that difficult and for the walks that are more difficult you can stay back. Some have done this on my Dolomites workshops.

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