Creative Photography Tours of Tuscany
Photography Workshops in Italy with Extraordinary Photographer, Dave Robinson
If you have never been to Tuscany in Italy, you don't know what you are missing! A few years ago, I was lucky enough to spend 5 wonderful days in Florence and the stunning Tuscan countryside. I was shooting a huge, expensive wedding at the time and spent a lot of time driving about the area.
During my time away from the wedding, I drove around Tuscany shooting landscapes and stock photography. I must say the scenery and light was spectacular and a landscape photographers' dream!
For me there is no better way to learn photography than combining your training with spending time in one of the most photogenic areas of Europe. The countryside is breath-taking, the people are super friendly and Tuscany is famous for its beautiful lighting.
The images you take can be used for wall art, stock photography, gifts for friends and family or your own website.
Dave Robinson, your guide and teacher
Dave Robinson, an award-winning and renowned photographer from Seattle, is running a fabulous two week workshop for Tuscan Muse. It is for professionals and beginners alike and held deep inside the Tuscan countryside.
After a successful career as a commercial photographer, he now teaches the 'Art of Seeing' and how it relates to fine art photography. He teaches how to best define your style and to convey your feelings about the shot to the viewer.
The workshop takes place in Tuscany where the light is considered to be extraordinary for photographic expression. In this workshop, you will experience and photograph the unique beauty of these Tuscan locations. Locations that are chosen especially for their photographic potential:
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Are you interested in attending one of these photography workshops in Italy? Please use the details below and if you are lucky enough to attend, please let us know. We may feature you and your photos from the trip in our blog!
When booking, please tell them where you came from (All Things Photography website) and we may see you in Italy one day!