We are offering a new fantastic photo tour to Slovenia. Besides landscape photography, the focus is also on wildlife photography of brown bears! You can now register for this brand new photo trip at naturimfokus.com!
The Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park are a true natural jewel. The rivers, waterfalls and glacial lakes with their turquoise to steel-blue water eaten deep into the limestone are a landscape photographer's dream in combination with the fresh green of spring. On this photo trip we will deal in detail with photography at streams and waterfalls and realise creative long exposures. In addition, we will take enough time to photograph mountains and lakes, such as the beautiful Lake Bled.
We will also focus intensively on the king of Slovenia's extensive, rustic forests - the wild brown bears. In Slovenia you still have the opportunity to see these now rare animals and to photograph them from a safe distance in the wild. In spring, the mothers come out of hibernation with their cubs and make every wildlife photographer's heart beat faster.
We will guide you to the best light moods to our absolute favourite places for breathtaking landscape and wildlife photography. We look forward to seeing you!
creative long exposures and detail photography at streams and waterfalls in the forests of Slovenia
fresh greenery, moss-covered rocks and deep gorges
landscape and wildlife photography in the best light moods
the mighty mountains of the Julian Alps
photography on the shores of Lake Bled with Slovenia's only island
wildlife photography in the rustic forests of Slovenia
Brown Bears with their cubs will be photographed in the wild from safe hides
What features this journey?
7 days (6 nights) on site in Slovenia
single room incl. breakfast (double room on request)
daily workshops with experienced photo trainer Daniel Spohn and landscape photographer & guide André Wandrei
high individual learning success due to small groups (max. 6 persons per trainer)
supported with tripods and filter systems from Rollei
travel insurance certificate from Karawane Reisen GmbH & Co.KG
What should you bring along?
camera with interchangeable lenses, e.g. SLR or mirrorless camera (MFT or bridge camera)
a stable tripod!
lenses from wide angle to telephoto (recommended 14 to 400mm)
polarising filter (important for water photography!) and grey filter!
full batteries, empty memory cards, charger
if you are not yet familiar with the operation of your camera, it is an advantage to take the camera manual with you. (We cannot know all cameras of all manufacturers)
you are healthy and can walk for 30 minutes with your photo backpack