Cinque Terre and Roma Photographic Workshop Tour Oct 2011

       Cinque Terre and Roma   Oct 30-Nov 4 2011
       $750.00, Limited to 8 Students 

St Peters Throne-Vatican City Rome
St Peters Throne – Rome Italy

Airfare and Hotel not included in workshop  price. Approximate cost, base on double occupancy, starting at $1,800.Contact us for Hotel & Airfare info If you love photography, the romance of Italy, this is the trip for you. You’ll be inspired by the rich history, the colorful palette of the Cinque Terre and Roma! Be uplifted by the company of photographers who share your passion in photography. In this workshop we will capture landscape images that excite and move, images that trace where the mind has been and form a unique vision that will last a lifetime. This workshop is about applying new skills learned daily and sharing our collective knowledge to take that next step in a supportive environment. We hold a deep passion for the places we travel to, and will help you   explore how to create the images that continue to inspire. What takes time to create,time respects, and good images don’t just happen. Most often, our best images lie just beyond our greatest failures. We believe through photography and an open mind the best is yet to come.

Vernazza Cinque Terre Italy

Sunrise Cinque Terre Italy

Paul James is a published, awardwinning photographer from Southeastern Michigan who offers the best in personalized photographic instruction on every level; whether you’re just beginning or a seasoned veteran. Paul takes great pride in his work, and this translates to some great teaching techniques. He has vast experience in both the artistic and technical aspects of photography; he is adept in Digital, Medium and Large format Cameras, which includes a large range of camera brands and models. He welcomes photographers of all formats and skill levels; however, this class will be geared for the digital photographer.

• Learn tips and tricks used by the professionals to create impressive photographs. 
• Discover new viewpoints, interesting details which might be overlooked, see the world photographically.
• Learn to sense the direction of light and how to capture the magic moment. 
• Improve your photographic technique. 
• Learn your camera and how to get the most out of it. 
• Have fun!

Day One-Arrive Cinque Terre were we can go over equipment and   Photograph at sunset.
Day Two–Three: Photograph at sunrise and sunset and when the light is right. Enjoy the seaside villages, hike and shop throughout the day..
Day Four–Travel to Roma by Train from Cinque Terre and photograph an evening shot. 
Day Five-Six: Photograph at sunrise and sunset and when the light is right.
Enjoy Museums and beauty of Historic Roma
The October 2010 Roma and the Cinque Terre photographic workshops trips were a great success. Both groups came home with some wonderful images and some wonderful memories. I will soon be posting some of the new images on the website and hope that you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed taking them. Many thanks to my two wonderful friends Steve and Grazia who helped make the Rome workshop very special. For anyone traveling to Roma for a holiday, taking one of their personalized day tours is a must.

About europeanimages

Light is both the photographer's palette and brush. Harnessing available light is a skill learned through the study of technical theory and then applying it in the field. My goal as a photographer is to search out the images that interest me artistically, then once I have found the essence of that place I use composition and light to enhance the images. View all posts by europeanimages

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