13rd and 14th June 2020
Tiarno di Sopra, Ledro

A two-day photographic workshop in the mountains with the nature photographer Fabio Ghisu, to learn how to capture in one shot the beauty of the alpine prairies that at this time of the year are filled with flowers and magnificent orchids.

The workshop, which for hospitality relies on the eco-sustainable structure of Casa “Scuri rossi” in Tiarno di Sopra (Municipality of Ledro), will also introduce us to the magnificent territory of the Ledrian Alps, an integral part of the UNESCO Biosphere “Alpi Ledrensi e Judicaria” (very close to Lake Garda).

fotografia naturalistica di Fabio Ghisu

Date 13-14 June 2020
Price  200 €
Included Organization, photographic training, mountain guide, overnight stay with breakfast, dinner and packed lunch at the Casa “Scuri rossi” in Tiarno di Sopra (Ledro).
Departure location Saturday, 13 June:  at Tiarno di Sopra, Ledro

With whom

Fabio Ghisu is a nature photographer and environmental hiking guide. He organizes naturalistic and post-production photography courses, guided tours in environments rich in flora and fauna, excursions to discover hidden waterfalls, secular oaks, special events such as fog, foliage, wild peony blooming.

What to bring

Each participant must be equipped with his/her own camera. The most recommended is the Reflex camera, but mirrorless or compact cameras are also suitable. Macro lenses are recommended, but don’t despair if you don’t have one, we will provide a Canon macro lens and a Nikon.

For those who have them we suggest to bring these things: light tripod with a head suitable for the camera body, ideal if it can be opened up to the ground for shooting from below; macro lenses; short lenses to set the subjects and landscapes; long lenses as an alternative to macro lenses; shutter cable; flash with cable to separate it from the camera body (absolutely not essential, we will try to use natural light!); a blanket to lie down and take pictures at ground level.

For further information please call +39.348.0176732 or write to info@ambientetrentino.it

Tremalzo, Alpi ledrensi