Project Description

Hohe Tauern / Austria

Location: Hohe Tauern national park / Austria
Workshop start: Innsbruck Airport 15:00
Workshop finish: Innsbruck Airport 10:00
Duration: 4 nights / 5 days
Group Size: Max 7
Level of fitness required: Easy

Join the Tatra photography team in the breathtaking Hohe Tauern national park in Austria. The 1800 square kilometers of  mountains is the home of Austria’s highest peak the Gross glockner. Broad glacier fields, deep green mountain lakes and impressive waterfalls with thundering glacial streams are natural jewels which are characteristic of the Hohe Tauern Austria.

During this 4-night photography workshop we will cover the mountain lakes of Hohe Tauern, sunrise & sunset shoot at the breathtaking glacier Franz Josef. We will also capture Europe’s highest waterfall  Krimmell and have plenty of time out in the field to capture the rolling hills, jagged peaks and quaint churches located in the valleys during the blue hour.

Tatra photography provide photographic tuition with professional photographer Martin Rak, 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 Austrian national park is an oasis of breathtaking mountain scenery.

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

2020 Workshops
Cost £1,399.00 per person
Deposit £300.00 per person

23rd – 27th September 2020  Places Left

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Includes

  • 4 nights accommodation based on single/twin or double room including breakfast

  • No single supplement

  • Return airport transfers

  • All transport to photography locations

  • Tuition by professional photographer

  • Masterclass in landscape & urban techniques
  • Private English-speaking guide

Excludes

  • Flights

  • Lunch & evening meals

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Photographic insurance

  • Travel insurance

Highlights

  • Small group
  • Led by professional photographer

  • Masterclass in landscape techniques

  • Suitable for digital and film – any format
  • All levels catered for
  • Private English-speaking guide and transport

  • No Single Supplement
  • Great value for money

Accommodation

With panoramic views of the Großglockner and the Hohe Tauern Mountains, the Lärchenhof is just 100 m from the centre of Heiligenblut and 150 m from the Großglockner Bergbahnen Cable Car. Free WiFi is available.

Furnished in a traditional style with wooden furniture, rooms offer a flat-screen satellite TV, a safe, and a bathroom.

Spa facilities include a sauna, a steam bath, and an infrared cabin. Guests can use the ski storage facilities and play table tennis. Free private parking is available on site.

Travel Counsellors

We have teamed up with Travel Counsellors who will be able to assist in any flight travel arrangements you require and make sure you meet up with the tour at the times advised.

Flight options are available from all UK & international airports,  Travel counsellors can also arrange any preferred seating, speedy boarding, luggage upgrade or VIP lounge access.

Tutor

Your tutor for this workshop is Martin Rak. Martin is a renowned Czech landscape photographer based in Prague. He got his first camera at the age of 6 and has been interested in photography ever since. He has been commended in many competitions and won awards such as SWPO National Award winner 2016 and 3rd place EISA Maestro 2016.

Martin’s work has been published in various publications, magazines and calendars around the world. He contributes to Black and White Photography Magazine, Practical Photography, Digital SLR Photography, GEO (Germany) and many others. Martin cooperates with the CzechTourism agency and Bohemian Switzerland National Park.

His photographs are typical with foggy scenery, dramatic light and dreamy mood.

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