Distant Landscape Workshop – Slovenia

View from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) with the Kamnik Alps behind in the Skofja Loka hills, Slovenia.
Full Moon setting over the Julian Alps in the morning, Brnik, Slovenia.
Jamnik church of Saints Primus and Felician at sunrise, perched on a hill on the Jelovica Plateau with the kamnik alps and storzic mountain in the background, Slovenia.
View of the the church of saint John in the shadow of Storzic mountain, Brnik, near the Ljubljana airport, Slovenia. At 2132m Storzic is the highest peak in the Kamnik Alps mountain range.
Sun setting behind Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in the Julian Alps, Slovenia.
View of the the church of saint John in Sp. Brnik, Slovenia. Seen from Brnik, near the Ljubljana airport.
View at dawn from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
Full Moon setting over mountains and rapeseed field in the morning, Brnik, Slovenia.
The church of Saint Marjeta in Prezganje in the Jance hills to the east of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The snow covered Kamnik Alps form a beautiful backdrop.
Sunrise at Jamnik church of Saints Primus and Felician, perched on a hill on the Jelovica Plateau with the kamnik alps and Storzic mountain in the background, Slovenia. Framed by some trees in Spring Bloom.
View at sunrise from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
The church of Saint Peter in Komenda. This complex also contains a castle, a baroque church, a parsonage, a cemetery and a fairly large stable.
View across to the church of Saint Nicholas and the village of Jance, in the hilly region to the east of Ljubljana, Slovenia
View at sunrise in winter from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
Jamnik church of Saints Primus and Felician, perched on a hill on the Jelovica Plateau with the kamnik alps and Storzic mountain in the background, Slovenia.
View of the the church of saint John in the shadow of Storzic mountain, Brnik, near the Ljubljana airport, Slovenia.
Morning sunlight breaks through the storm clouds and illuminates the church of Saint Judoc (Slovene: sveti Jošt) on a hill overlooking the city of Kranj, the second largest city in Slovenia.
View at sunrise from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
Velesovo Monastery, a Dominican convent developed around the local church of the annunciation, in Adergas village in the municipality of Cerklje na Gorenjskem, Slovenia.
View at sunrise from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
View at sunrise from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
View across Lake Bled to the island church and clifftop castle from Mala Osojnica, Slovenia.
View from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
Dawn view to Mount Stol in the Karavanke Alps in Slovenia.
Jamnik church of Saints Primus and Felician at sunrise, perched on a hill on the Jelovica Plateau with the kamnik alps and storzic mountain in the background, Slovenia.
Mountaintops of the Kamnik Alps with the church of Saint Peter sitting in its shadow. This complex also contains a castle, a baroque church, a parsonage, a cemetery and a fairly large stable. The Alps have a fresh coating of snow after an abundance of snow this winter
The church of Saint Peter lit at dawn and sitting in the shadow of the Kamnik Alps. This complex also contains a castle, a baroque church, a parsonage, a cemetery and a fairly large stable.
View at sunrise in winter from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
View at sunrise in winter from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) and the Kamnik Alps, Slovenia.
View from Rantovše hill across to Sveti Tomaz nad Praprotnim (church of Saint Thomas) in the Skofja Loka hills, Slovenia.
View of Krvavec mountain and ski resort (1854m) and Kalski Greben mountain (2224m) part of the Kamnik Alps breaking through the clouds at dusk after a day of heavy rain, Slovenia. Seen from Brnik, near the Ljubljana airport.
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Full or half day photography workshop focused on photographing distant landscapes

While the majority of landscape photography is done with a wide angle or small focal length, the use of a telephoto lens is often overlooked. There are certain viewpoints you get of landscapes that you can only get from a distance. On this special landscape workshop I will show you, using a number of great locations around the Ljubljana airport, just how to spot these and how to utilise a long focal length to create these unique perspectives.

 

Slovenia’s landscape and mountains is dotted with churches, so it’s the perfect place for this kind of photography.

 

Join me for a private 1-1 or group workshop. We’ll visit a variety of locations as examples before choosing one for a sunset shoot, according to the conditions at the time.

 

Enquire about this workshop

Prices:

Full day workshops (8 Hours)
TypePrice (Euros)Price UK£
Private
(1 to 1)
350 eur£295
2 people booking together395 eur£350

Group bookings:

Group bookings are available on request.

 

Contact me for more info

 

Standard Workshops suitable for: an SLR is essential for this workshop, along with a long zoom or telephoto of 300mm or higher.

 

Free video tutorial included: As part of the workshop, I will also record a video tutorial of how to edit one of your RAW photos taken on the day using either Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom.

 

Detailed ebook: I know how hard it can be to try and scribble down notes at any kind of lesson or workshop, and so to this end I have created a detailed ebook that is free of charge to download here.

 

Getting there: Transportation from Ljubljana can be provided for up to 3 people. Or you can drive yourself if you prefer.

 

Booking:If you are interested in this landscape workshop then you can book now. Full payment can be made 2 weeks before the start date.

 

Payment:
Once a booking is agreed you will be sent an invoice for payment, which must be paid at least 2 weeks before the workshop date, unless otherwise agreed or booking was made closer to the date. Payment can be made by bank transfer, paypal or personal cheque.


Cancellations: If your landscape workshop is cancelled for any reason by me then a full refund will be given, or you will have the chance to join another group. Should you cancel for any reason after payment has been made then a full refund will be given up to one week before the workshop date, but after that a full refund will only be given if I have a minimum of two people on the date of your booking.

 

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