Landscape workshops are an effective way to see some of Tuscany’s most beautiful locations while also improving your photography skills. Every year, I lead small group and individual workshops & tours in some of the most beautiful locations across the Tuscany region.
On weekdays during the full spring and autumn seasons, I offer three, four, and five-day landscape photography workshops packages.
Would you like to spend a few days in picturesque Tuscany and refine your ability as a photographer whilst capturing some of the world’s most exemplary landscapes?
Join one of my Tuscany photography workshops and tours to experience the delight of capturing serene rural scenes in all the provinces. Additionally, you’ll have access to renowned “Borghi” like San Quirico, Pienza, Bagno Vignoni, and Montalcino, all of which present both amateurs and pros with distinctive shooting options.
My goal is to give you every chance to capture images and refine your technique with expert on location instruction. This is accomplished through the use of my extensive knowledge of these compelling locations, coaching you to get the most out of your photography.
I offer a fun and relaxed atmosphere, as well as an excellent environment, in which you will create incredible captures and memorable moments while developing and exploring slow photography in Tuscany.
If you need help with accommodation, I have created a list of hand-picked properties.
On my photography workshops & tours in Tuscany you will be inspired by the scenery and immersed in the magnificence of Italian culture. A typical tour includes the following activities:
Tuscany is located on the west coast of Italy and is a popular place to learn and improve photography. If you have ever visited then you will see why.
With such a diverse range of landscapes, beautiful cities, olive groves, vineyards, hill towns and frescoed churches from north to south as well as east to west, Tuscany is a visual feast for photographers.
Surrounded by the Apennines and washed by the Tyrrhenian Sea, Tuscany is characterised by the incredible variety of its territory: sea, mountains, hills and plains. The rolling hills of Chianti, the long beaches of Versilia, the white marble quarries of Carrara in the Apuan Alps, the Crete Senesi between Siena and Montepulciano, the Balze of Volterra and the wild Maremma. These are just some of the most admired landscapes of Tuscany.
Tuscany is famous for its rolling hills dotted with cypress trees lining the hilltops and leading up to the classic red-roofed farmhouses. The landscape is often interspersed with layers of mist leading off to distant mountains, especially at sunrise.
There is much more to Tuscany though. On my workshops we will explore both the classic views and some hidden ones too.
It’s not all about the landscape, though. Amid the rolling hills and mountains lie some of Italy’s finest and most fascinating cities and towns.
First of all Florence with its Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, then Siena with Piazza del Campo and Pisa with its famous Leaning Tower and Baptistery. And then the many hundreds of small medieval villages and castles dotting the entire Tuscan landscape, including San Gimignano, Volterra, Monteriggioni, Montepulciano and Cortona.
Tuscany offers so much choice when it comes to learning photography. It is truly stunning, something to be captured and experienced first-hand to fully appreciate.
I invite you to come here and enjoy the vistas and culture with me. I will help you improve your photography skills and isolate what makes your personal style of photography unique, all the while enjoying the Italian sun together.
I’ll help you to master your workflow, including all aspects of planning, shooting and post-production (image processing). Good planning is key, and this is what my workshops strive for.
Please keep in mind that workshops, tours & courses may be changed due to local weather conditions or circumstances beyond my control. Rest assured that any changes to the itinerary are only made to ensure that you get the most out of your Tuscany photography workshop.