TRIESTE PRIVATE PHOTO WALK
Trieste is the most Mitteleuropean city in Italy, meaning that it looks a bit like Central European cities like Vienna or Prague or Budapest. But it still has its Italian character, making it an amazing mix of cultures and influences.
Trieste is the capital of the autonomous region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, in North-East Italy. Once a very influential and powerful centre of politics, literature, music, art and culture under Austrian-Hungarian dominion, its importance fell into decline towards the end of the 20th century, and today, Trieste is often forgotten as tourists head off to the big Italian cities like Rome and Milan or the nearby Venice. It is, however, a very charming underestimated city, with a quiet and lovely almost Eastern European atmosphere, several pubs and cafes, some stunning architecture and a beautiful sea view. It was also, for a while, the residence of famous Irish writer James Joyce.
Trieste has 201,261 inhabitants and it is situated on the crossroads of several commercial and cultural flows: German middle Europe to the north, Slavic masses and the Balkans to the east, Italy and then Latin countries to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south.
Trieste has always been a very cosmopolitan city. This can be seen in the cultural diversity and even in religion: there is a Greek Orthodox church, a Serbian Orthodox church, a Lutheran church, and a synagogue.
I have an extensive experience with Professional Film and Digital DSLRs from Canon to Nikon, I use for my work Leica digital cameras and I am very passionate for Fujifilm X Series and Olympus.
• Camera check up if you need to set up the camera or to get my recommended settings for great pictures
• Improve your photography skill
• Take better photos and turn your photos into exciting stories that stands out
• Discover parts of Budapest less traveled by tourists
• Hear fascinating tales and stories and Have fun!
CLASSIC 3h PRIVATE PHOTO TOUR – €300 for 3 hours:
A 3 hours one-to-one photo walk discovering hidden and secluded parts of Trieste, without forgetting the famous landmarks, while taking great shots and with a one-to-one tuition to improve your photography skills!
The tour is one-to-one so there will be just you, or accompanied by your family/friends.
The tour is based in Trieste and if you are staying in the City Centre I will pick you up from your hotel, or an easy landmark point. The Tour can be tailor-made based on your interests and expectations, can be more Photography workshop vs Trieste less touristy Tour:
The price of €300 is for 3 hours private tour and you can be up to 4 people (with or without camera).Extra persons, up to a maximum of 6 in total €50 per person
EXTENDED 5h PRIVATE PHOTO TOUR– €500 for 5h
The best way to discover a large part of Trieste and its daily life. As the above 3h tour but 5 hours one-to-one Tuition to improve your photography, while taking great shots and discover hidden parts of Trieste, without forgetting the famous landmarks!
The tour is one-to-one so there will be just you, or your family/friends. It includes a coffee + croissants break The Tour can be tailor-made based on your interests and expectations, can be more Photography workshop vs less touristy Trieste:
The 5h tour in late spring and summer is divided in two sessions, for best light, 3h sunrise and 2h sunset.
The price is for the private tour and you can be up to 4 people (with or without camera). Extra persons, up to a maximum of 6 in total €80 per person
2 FULL DAY Workshop € 1200
My images are chosen and published on a regular basis in newspapers, magazine and books around the world. My photography workshops have been designed specifically for people wanting to know my techniques, approach and the workflow for people who desire to learn my style of shooting, composition, and my editorial and creative vision who made me appreciated and chosen by agencies like Getty Images.
Day 1 – Technical Photography
Composition – how to make your images look balanced, whether you are photographing landscapes, people or situations.
Understanding the light – where it comes from and how do we use it? How to work with and not against elements such as weather and time of day.
Creative use of exposure – including how to create the perfect silhouette, and how to photograph in low light situations.
Long Exposures and Filters
Understand Manual Settings
Learn and apply focusing and depth of field
Using and understanding natural light
Day 2 – Story Telling
Decisive moments: how capture a story in one picture.
How to tell stories in multiple images: beginning, middle, end, characters, events and interactions between people.
The photographic voice: examples of projects by photographers that demonstrate their distinctive style – and understanding how to find and improve yours.
Portfolio Review for submission of images to Agencies, Media, Exhibitions
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