Photo Workshop Sardona
2 Days / 1 Night
Min 4, Max 8
The magic area of Segnesboden
The bottom and upper Segnesboden area with its impressive and unique landscape is a real hidden gem among photographers. The region consists of meandering rivers, waterfalls, wild alpine meadows and spiky mountain tops. A swiss landscape that reminds us of other parts of the world. What had begun millions of years ago with the collision of the african onto the european continental plate, formed over the course of time the landscape we see today. Because of its importance from the geological point of view, the tectonic area of Sardona became a UNESCO World Heritage natural site back in 2008.
This unique region offers an ideal venue for our photographic exploration tour. Together, we will visit the most photogenic spots of this place to give you the possibility to capture interesting compositions in the best light possible. We will have enough time to explore and provide you with individual and professional coaching throughout the journey. We are looking forward to giving you the necessary tools for finding your own style in landscape photography.
What you will learn in this workshop
In this workshop, we would like to give you the opportunity to improve your photographic and technical skills on the camera as well as fostering your creativity. We will use the best light of the day. (Sunrise and sunset)
Subjects we will adress
Landscape photography with emphasis on rivers, mountains, meadows, flowers and so on.
Taking photographs during sunrise, sunset, blue hour.
Dynamic compositions in photography.
Camera settings in landscape photography (Aperture, Time, ISO)
Insights in our processing workflow
Feedback and discussions about our taken images.
We will shoot primarily in the early morning hours as well as in the afternoon/evening. After shooting there will be the possibility to learn about our processing workflow. We are pleased to give away our knowledge and help you to process your images in an appealing way, using suitable software such as Photoshop, Lightroom or Luminar. We could discuss about:
Basic developments in the Raw-Converter in Adobe LR/PS
Combining of several exposures for more dynamic
Miscellaneous subjects of post processing in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop