Tatra Photography has announced two new photography tours in Montenegro and The Faroe Islands as it extends its range of landscape and wildlife photography packages around the world.
April will see the launch of ‘The Jewel of the Atlantic’ package in The Faroe Islands, offering the chance to shoot breathtaking scenery including majestic mountains, mighty cascading waterfalls and sweeping fjords.
Highlights of the four night/ five day tour include visiting Europe’s most stunning archipelago locations, rugged beaches and tiny fishing settlements. On location you will receive dedicated one-to-one tuition from one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers Adam Burton, who has authored four books and had has work published in titles such as National Geographic and The Times.
During the trip guests will stay at Gjáargardur, one of the most attractive and charming guesthouses in the Faroes and the modern Hotel Torshavn, which has stunning views of the harbour and is only a short walk from the city centre.
The second tour, ‘The Pearl of the Mediterranean’ will run in November in Montenegro – an elite photographic destination. It is one of the most diverse and photogenic countries in the world thanks to its rugged mountains, crystal clear lakes and waterfalls and stunning architecture.
The package offers the chance to photograph famous landmarks in the national parks as well as world heritage sights including the well-preserved old towns, the Ostrog monastery, Sveti Stefan coastal island, Skadar Lake and Njegoš’s Mausoleum. There will also be plenty of time out in the field at sunrise and sunset for stunning landscape shots.
Professional photographer Mark Bauer will tutor the course, providing guests with advice on the art of urban photography and how to use the camera to create ‘wow-factor’ images.
During the four night/ five day package, guests will stay at the Hotel Budva, right on the seaside promenade and just steps away from the sandy beach and Marina.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer these new packages to our ever-increasing range of worldwide photography tours. This is a unique opportunity for budding photographers to learn new skills and try them out while in the field,” said Matt Jevons, founder of Tatra Photography.
“Montenegro’s diversity gives photographers the chance to shoot many types of images – landscape and urban, while the Faroe Islands offer wonderful surroundings to capture some truly dramatic images,” continued Jevons.
The 5 day workshop running from 2 – 6 April 2015 is available from £1,499 per person including flights from Edinburgh and accommodation at Gjáargardur and the Hotel Torshavn.
The 5 day workshop running from 16 – 20 November 2015 is available from £995 per person including flights from London Gatwick and accommodation at the Hotel Budva.
For more information or to book, go to tatraphotographyworkshop.com.
About Tatra Photography
Tatra Photography offer photography landscape courses and wildlife photography workshops in some of the most scenic areas of Europe and beyond. Established in 2010, Tatra Photography offers the opportunity to watch wild bears in the Tatra Mountains, big cats in Kenya and elephants in Botswana, or capture stunning landscapes from the highlands of Iceland to the waterfalls of Yosemite National Park. All workshops include a masterclass from Tatra Photography’s team of professional photographers.
For more information go to tatraphotographyworkshop.com