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One from our last Lee Filters photo tour in October, taken by Justin Minns.

http://tatraphotographyworkshop.com/portfolio-items/lee-filter-landscape-photography-tatras-slovakia/

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Join the Tatra Photography team in Slovenia’s breathtaking Triglav National Park. Lake Bled & Lake Bohinj will be the main focus of our landscape photography weekend in the natural splendor of the lakes and mountains of Slovenia.

Lake Bled is surrounded by The Triglav National Park which covers the entire range of the Julian Alps and gained its name after the highest Slovenian mountain Mt Triglav 2864M. The most recognizable symbol of the lake is the 15th century Church of Assumption on Bled Island with its long and diverse history and lush greenery which provide us with the chance to capture the iconic Bled image. Gracious swans, traditional Pletna Boats and Bled castle illuminated at twilight make this area one of the most photogenic regions in Europe.

The picturesque valley of Bohinj is 20 km in length an only 25 minutes drive away from our base in Bled. Lake Bohinj is the largest permanent natural lake in Slovenia with its bridge and the Church of St. John surrounded by 2000m peaks. We will also get the chance to photograph the incredible rolling hills, meadows and wooden cottages of Bohinjnska.

Tatra Photography provide photographic tuition with British professional photographer Mark Bauer, during the workshop you will be able to learn all the different techniques to photograph the lakes, mountains and waterfalls and come home with some outstanding images. The tuition will cover composition, shutter speeds, apertures & understanding histograms.

All levels are catered for with digital & film so whether you are new to photography, an enthusiast or a seasoned pro looking for a new photography holiday The Julian Alps & Lake Bled is an oasis of breathtaking scenery.

Over the four days, you can expect a fun packed workshop of great photography, great company and great food in the beautiful surroundings of Bled.

www.tatraphotographyworkshop.com
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#Canon #Zeiss #Manfrotto #Fstop #Montane #LakeBled #LakeBohinj #photographyWorkshop #landscapephotography #Slovenia
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Wish to photograph me ? Join Tatra Photography next March in Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany.

Tutor: Simon Stafford

For bookings & more information please follow this link:

http://tatraphotographyworkshop.com/portfolio-items/europes-great-predators-germany/
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Spis Castle, UNESCO, Slovakia

Join Tatra Photography in the Tatra mountains Slovakia for a masterclass in landscape techniques and photography filtration. Filters are an integral part of outdoor landscape photography and can be the difference of producing professional looking images. This landscape workshop with Tatra Photography is sponsored by Lee Filters who have provided polorisers, sort & hard neutral density graduated filters, proglass neutral density filters, mist, sunset and the Little & Big stopper filters.

Lee Filters have also provided a range of holders and rings all of which will be available to use for each participant on the workshop and will be demonstrated by the Tatra photography award winning tutor Jeremy Walker.

Filters are an integral part of outdoor landscape photography and can be the difference of producing professional looking pictures, polarisers reduce glare and boost colour saturation in a way which can’t be replicated in post processing and graduated filters allow you to balance the light in contrasty scenes, without having to spend hours in front of the computer. Neutral density and extreme neutral density filters can be used to create artistic-looking effects through the use of long exposures.

We have spectacular locations to fully test out the Lee Filter System with the very best locations in the Tatra Mountains national park. We have thoroughly researched where the sun rises & sun sets to take you to locations at the right time of day. The only thing left for you is to take as many outstanding photographs as possible and return with wow factor images.

During the 4 days of your photography workshop in the Tatra mountains we will take you to locations of breathtaking beauty for you to photograph and fully test the Lee filter system which includes the Tatra mountain valleys, Unesco castles, emerald lakes & giant mountain waterfalls.

You will also receive a masterclass in photography landscape tuition from our professional photographer which includes, composition, shutter speeds, apertures & understanding histograms. All levels are catered for with digital & film.

The learning experience of a Tatra Photography workshop is not confined to guidance and tuition you will receive in the field, as each day a tutorial is presented to help develop your camera and photography skills. The tutorials cover a variety of topics, for example, to enhance your camera skills they provide in-depth explanations of key camera functions, such as understanding & achieving accurate exposures. To broaden your craft of landscape photography the tutorials will help you to expand your vision of a subject, by teaching you how to appreciate the qualities of light, and guide you in the art of composition.

You will also receive the Lee Filters book on filters, The Landscape Photographer’s Guide to Using Filters. The book demonstrates in a clear, accessible manner how the use the filters provided on the workshop and can help replicate what your learnt on the trip saving valuable time and importantly, keeping post –production to a minimum.

www.photographyworkshop.com
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The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of the Kingdom of Denmark. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges. Hikers and bird-watchers are drawn to the islands’ mountains, valleys and grassy heathland, and steep coastal cliffs that harbor thousands of seabirds.


During this 5 day photography tour of the Faroe Islands we will capture the majestic mountains, mighty cascading waterfalls, sweeping fjords, rugged beaches and tiny fishing settlements which make the Faroe Islands a photographers dream.

While on location you will receive dedicated one-to-one tuition to help hone your landscape photography skills. Adam Burton will offer guidance on both the technical and creative aspects of landscape photography and always be at hand to provide feedback on your photographs. At each location we visit Adam will make suggestions and offer advice on how to create wow factor images.
We also encourage participants to bring a selection of their work for a review and critique, where our professional tutor will discuss the art of landscape photography composition, how to use the camera to create wow-factor images and how to approach landscape photography with the eye of a pro.

http://www.tatraphotographyworkshop.com
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Introducing our tutors:

Adam Burton

Adam Burton is one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers and author of four books. Since 2008 he has been working as a full time professional landscape photographer, regularly supplying imagery and undertaking commissions for a wide range of business clients.

He has photographed five of the seven continents and now specialises in the landscapes of the UK, particularly Southwest England.

Photographic background:

Adam first began teaching himself photography in 2001, mainly from reading magazines and then putting into practice techniques while on location either in the New Forest or along the Dorset coastline. This informal training enabled Adam to develop a unique style that continue to make his photographs instantly recognisable and highly in demand. His knowledge is entirely self taught; he has never received any formal photographic training.

Professional career:

Ever since Adam first began taking photography seriously, his images have been in demand commercially. Since 2004 his images have been published regularly in national newspapers and magazines, as well as in books, greeting cards and calendars. Over this time he has worked for many large and prestigious organisations, supplying imagery and undertaking commissions for companies including British Petroleum, The AA, The Times and National Geographic. Adam has authored four books published by leading UK publishing houses.

Achievements:

A brief summary of Adam’s major achievements to date is listed below:

Wanderlust (Landscape) Photographer of the Year 2006
Author of 4 books; The Dorset Coast (2008), A Year on Exmoor (2010) and Brecon Beacons (2011 – all published by Frances Lincoln) and A Portrait of Southampton (2009 – published by Halsgrove)
Images published on the covers of more than 100 magazines, books and calendars.
Commended entries in the Take-a-View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition for 4 years in succession, receiving 2 Highly Commended and 8 Commended awards. Entries in every book and exhibition that has accompanied the prestigious competition.

Approach to photography:

Adam favours the rich colours of dawn and dusk when natural light is at its most special. He uses equipment to enable him to capture magical moments authentically at the picture taking stage, rather than relying on computer enhancements afterwards.

Although he now shoots exclusively digitally, his beginnings in film photography engendered a strong desire to record the landscape at its natural best, and nothing more. As a result Adam’s photography captures authentic and natural moments in time, free from computer manipulation.

http://tatraphotographyworkshop.com/tutors/adam-burton/
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