This five day Romania photography holiday offers the opportunity to learn travel, portrait and landscape photography while exploring the stunning countryside of Transylvania. As well as planned stops to learn landscape photography near Bran Castle, meet glass makers and a gypsy coppersmith factory and photograph shepherds herding their flocks in the Carpathian Mountains, I leave plenty of time for impromptu photography sessions too. The most exciting thing about photography in Romania is not knowing what you are going to find around the next corner. Some of the best moments are simply wondering through villages, meeting and chatting to locals (translated by our fantastic local guide). These encounters invariably end in amusing stories, insights into the Romanian culture and intimate portrait opportunities.
This Romania photography holiday is all about getting out there and taking LOTS of photos, practising and experimenting with newly learned techniques, tips and tricks in front of exciting subjects. By the end of the trip, you will feel confident about both technical and creative aspects of photography. You will further your photographic eye, develop a proactive photography mindset, allowing you to capture eye-catching and emotive photographs when traveling in the future.
When we are not out and about, I will provide feedback on photos taken during the day, as well as offering tutorials on editing, lightroom, organisation and output of images.
Romania is a fascinating country, offering a wonderful combination of both people and landscape photography that will ensure you return with a beautiful portfolio of images.
You can explore more of my favourite photos of Romania here.