one or half day
Lake Bohinj Photography Workshop
Bohinj Jezero (Bohinj Lake) in Slovenia:
The jewel of the Alpine region, Lake Bohinj is a photographer’s paradise. Spend a day beside this beautiful alpine lake and learn photography at the same time. Nestled in the heart of the Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park, the lake rarely fails to provide outstanding photographic opportunities.
The lake is situated in a dead end valley, surrounded by towering alpine mountains. No matter the weather, Bohinj’s moods nearly always deliver stunning images.
On this one day workshop we will shoot the lake from afternoon to sundown and finish with a sunset and dusk shoot.
For the early risers, a morning workshop is also available, starting one hour before sunrise.
Any time of year is a great time to photograph this place so morning and evening workshops are available.
Private workshop for one or two people booking together
One day (8 hours)
Half day (4 hours)
price per person
|Full day workshops (8 Hours)||Half day workshops (4 Hours)|
|Type||Price (Euros)||Price UK£||Type||Price (Euros)||Price UK£|
(1 to 1)
(1 to 1)
|2 people booking together||350||£295||2 people booking together||250||£195|
included in the price
All transport on workshop days
All tuition and guidance
Free ebook guide to photography
not included in the price
Accommodation and flights
Lunch and Dinner
(Guests must ensure they have their own travel insurance)
Beginners to intermediates. DSLR users ideally (but some advanced compact or bridge SLRs may suit. Contact me to discuss whether your camera is suitable or not).
This workshop involves a bit of walking on grassy terrain which could likely be wet and muddy. Good sturdy, water resistant shoes are advised.
Remote shutter release cable.
Raincover (or umbrella).
Neutral density filter
ND grad filters
Head or hand torch
(for working, and getting back to the car in the dark)
what to wear
Depending on the time of year, warm clothes. Ideally layers that can remove or put on as we’ll either be shooting before sunrise or after sunset, in the dark, when it will be colder. In spring the daytime can be very warm, but the temperature can drop quite a bit when the sun goes down. Summers can be quite hot. You may also need a raincoat.
Check with me at the time of booking for more advice.
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.
If your 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 three people on the date of your booking.