I traveled a lot in Italy and this is one of my favorite countries. This is ideal to shoot beautiful landscapes and cityscapes, to discover the south with the culture, the food and the environment. It is a whole experience and I am sure you will enjoy it!
This workshop is limited to a maximum of 10 participants. I really want to keep a small group so you can enjoy this experience to the fullest!
Meet at the Conference room. (Hotel to be announced). This will start by a meet and greet. I will also give you some key tricks to get the best photos possible out of the experience. I will demonstrate my full workflow.
Photoshoot of the Duomo, the River Arno and the Porto-Vecchio Bridge. We shoot together, I see how you compose and what camera setting you use to capture the city and coach you as needed.
Retouching of what we shot the day before. I first show you how I retouch the photos we shot together, and then I coach you one by one and see how you are retouching it.
Photoshoot Florence small street and the overall view of Florence from the Michelangelo Plaza
Retouch of what we shot the day before with coaching
Travel to Tuscany in San Quirico dʼOrcia & Settle in the hotel
Photoshoot the sunset of San Quirico dʼOrcia
Photograph the sunrise
Breakfast at the hotel
Retouching of the shot from the day before and the sunrise
Shooting the sunset in Tuscany
Drive back to Florence and say goodbye!
$500 discount if you reserve early!
Refund policy: deposit can be refunded up to one month prior to the workshop (April 1, 2019).
Workshop is limited to 10 participants.
Reserve your space now because there is a lot of demand. See you in Italy my friend!
~ Serge Ramelli
The fee for the whole workshop is $4,450 per person. Here is what it includes:
Additional meals, flight tickets and additional nights in the hotel are at your expense.
the weather in Italy is pretty warm so I would advise you to bring pretty light clothing, but it can get cold at night, so bring at least a sweater and it can rain so be ready for this too! We will be walking a lot during our photo hunting so be ready for that, and make sure that you are in good health and bring some comfortable shoes.
I accept all level of experience in photography, but just make sure you have the gear needed; otherwise it will be no fun for you. If you are missing a lens or a ND filter don’t worry about it!