11th – 19th September 2020
Accommodation, breakfast, local transport
A good level of fitness is required
The mountains of the Dolomites are arguably the most majestic and dramatic peaks on the planet. We describe them as the Yosemite of Europe, as they are equally impressive and offer much more in the way of photo opportunities.
Unlike all other photo trips you’ll find to the Dolomites, we stay high up in Alpine refuges which gives us the perfect base to be in the best places at sunrise and sunset without having to make a long hike in the dark. Access to these is via a combination of private mini buses, gondolas, and moderate hiking.
“You ran a great tour, and I really wouldn’t have changed anything if I could do it again. The places you got us into, at the right times were all excellent.”
Between refuges, we will also explore the area by road – stopping along the way for photo opportunities and great Italian food and drink.
In the evenings we will hold informal post production and critique sessions for anyone interested. As with all our trips, we will have two guides to ensure everyone gets one-to-one tuition time if required.
Meet your hosts…
Harry has been leading our trips to the Dolomites from the very start. Though he may be the youngest member of the team, he has experience guiding in the Canadian Rockies, across the whole of Scotland and further afield. Together Alex and Harry aim to create a relaxed atmosphere while being on hand at all times to help you get the very best out of the trip.
Alex has been a landscape photographer for almost 10 years, and has been leading workshops for our sister company Skye Photo Academy for several years. With a critical eye for detail in the final image, he has super high standards when it comes to his editing techniques and enjoys passing these on to our customers.
“An amazing experience and one which I would love to do again.”
“You have a great way of blending fun with learning. Don’t change your style!”
“All in all – 10 out of 10!”