Camera Etrusca has workshops starting regularly on Fridays all year long.A unique chance to learn, not only about photography techniques, but also about Italian culture and to bring home images and experiences that will stay with you long after the holiday is over. During our workshops we organize daily photo trip to local town and places unknown to most of the tourists. Tell us what your interests are and what you are passionate about in the field of photography. We are able to offer a wide variety of day trips and, as everything is arranged on a custom basis not dependent on external suppliers, we are able to tailor our workshop program to your abilities, inclinations, and needs.
More than a holiday. More than a photography workshop.
Personalized, private, or small group (max. 6)… Weekend or whole-week workshops and tours, choose what can best fit your holiday schedule.
Already completed a Camera Etrusca workshop and would like to do another in a different part of Italy? Choose one of our Custom tours:
- Populonia: The umbrella pines of the gulf of Baratti, the rocks and cliffs of Populonia, the picturesque hill town of Massa Marittima
- Amalfi Coast: The unparalleled beauties of the Amalfi coast, the secrets of Atrani, the Greek temples of Paestum
- The Albani Hills: Tivoli, Castel Gandolfo, Frascati, secret and hidden sites in the Alban Hills near Rome
- Carrara: the snow-white marble quarries, the rocky Ligurian coast, Lerici and the Gulf of Poets
What will I discover?
- Age-old ruins, beautiful landscapes, famous architecture, ancient towns
- Italian cuisine
- Italian culture
What will I learn?
- Photographic proficiency (beginner to advanced)
- Landscape, Architectural, and Travel photography
What is the schedule?The schedule is yours to create, but we are happy to suggest ideas and to set up the daily plan to your ambitions and interests.
We, two grandparents and a eager-to-learn 16 year old granddaughter, spent six wonderful days in Orvieto with Patrick Nicholas in September 2011. (Imagine being 16 and in Italy for the first time.) Grandfather and granddaughter are experienced photographers (and even more skilled after Patrick’s teaching) and grandmother enjoyed tagging along. Patrick was a skilled and thoughtful instructor in photographic techniques, compositions, settings and tricks, as well as in Umbrian, Etruscan, Roman and Italian history and culture.