Tuesday, 11. March 2014 - 02:03
18. 01. 13. - 10:00
Budding photographers now have a once in a lifetime opportunity to tour some of the world’s most beautiful destinations while learning photography secrets from an award winning photographer.
Jim Nilsen’s Photography Travel Tours offers serious amateurs the opportunity of learning from a highly respected professional travel photographer while experiencing stunning off the beaten track locations in Italy and Croatia.
The upcoming tours for the spring of 2013 will be focused on the Tuscany region in Italy and the city of Venice.
Additional specialized tours will be available in Dubrovnik, the Plitvice Lakes National Park and the striking Venetian-influenced medieval hill towns
Nilsen said, "Our photo tours are open to photographers of all levels.
"The only requirement is a desire to have fun and to learn.
"We will tailor our photographic lessons to each individual need."
Previous tour-goer Fritz Habermann who took part in a Tuscany tour said: "My photography improved by leaps and bounds.
"I not only have a few gallery prints I couldn’t have taken before, but am also left with fond memories of people, places and experiences I will cherish forever."
Upcoming tours include:
• Croatia: April 25 to May 5 (11 nights, 10 days)
• Tuscany: May 9 to May 17 (9 days, 9 nights)
• Venice: May 18 to May 23 (4 days, 5 nights)
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