Paths to discover the most evocative views of Rome dedicated to photography enthusiasts e
tourists who want to experience the city in a different light.
“If you want to be the best photographers
you will have to learn the rules of our art to the fullest
and then try desperately to break them”
Do you know the hidden spots of Rome for street photography pictures? Do you know tips&tricks to use in the best way your camera? Let’s discover these things together!
In this tour you will bring with you your own camera, a DSLR or a Mirrorless, the brand does not count, the important thing is the passion and the desire to learn!
I will help discover the techniques to use your camera in the best way, photography is full of tips & tricks!
Preferred time of this tour is early morning, to start the day in the best way into the streets of Rome to catch some Local life, hidden treasures and of course the best light!
The tour is suitable for all levels of expertise, from amateur to pro level, with the best tips and tricks to take some beautiful memories of Rome in your holiday!
Duration: 4 hours
Price p.p: €150,00
“Photography is always our projection.
It can be said that every photo you take will ultimately be a self-portrait:
if you shoot lying, what people will see will be a lie. “
Do you want to discover the best places where to take pictures in Rome at Sunset and Sunrise? Do you want to make it in just one day?
I will show you the best way to use your camera to make these pictures and come back home with some personal super high quality pictures of your travel in Rome!
Time of the offer may change according to the light of the year! For example in November sunrise is 6.30am and sunset is 5pm, In July sunrise is around 6am and sunset is 9:30pm.
Price p.p.: €200,00
5 days photographic tour departing from Rome.
The workshop focuses on some localities of the Apulian coast, going to photograph some of the most iconic points of the region. We will have the opportunity to range from the typical jagged coasts, to the historic centers painted in white, to the trulli of the Itria Valley, to the huge salt pans of Margherita di Savoia or in the historic ports of the coast.