Autumn in Dolomites photo workshop, 14-20 October – with Bruno Pisani



Total price: 3900 USD per person twin share
Single supplement:
450 USD
Maximum Number of Participants: 12

Included in the price:

– All transfers
– Lodging, meals
– Instruction and master classes by two professional guides

Not included in the price:

– Airfare
– Visas (if applicable)
– Single supplement (450 USD)

What to bring

– DSLR camera with tripod and remote shutter release
– A wide angle lens. For example, Nikkor 14-24 or Canon 17-40. Best lens for use in wide-angle scenes or architecture photography
– A middle-zoom lens such as a 24-70 mm
– A telephoto zoom lens, such as a 70-200 mm.  Be sure to have additional tripod mount to this lens.

– Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average temperature +5 – +10 C at daytime and even down to minus -5 – – 10 in the morning and night)
– Waterproof pants
– Warm jacket and thermal pants
– Wellingtons or fishing boots for muddy spots and against morning dew
– Casual clothes for dinners and lunches and photography workshops

Tour leaders



Bruno Pisani

My name is Bruno Pisani and I’m a photographer and videomaker based in Gemona del Friuli, Italy. My passion for visual arts started when I was attending middle school, using point-and-shoot cameras during my mountain walks and my journeys to Jordan and Morocco. When I first tried to use my dad’s reflex camera, my passion exploded. I wanted to capture everything around me with my personal vision. After a year of savings, I was finally able to buy my first DSLR Camera: a Nikon D7000 with some lenses. I started to capture nature during my first real adventures in the mountains, sleeping in a tent with friends – or even alone- admiring the pureness of wild nature.

In 2013 I discovered Timelapse Photography. When I first watched a timelapse film, I knew I would have made something like that in the future. Thanks to many forums and articles ( I was able to learn the technique and get ready for my first project. The summer of 2014 was dedicated to “Tarvisiano Little Paradise”, a short timelapse video about the mountains where I grew up, the mountains I love: Italian Julian Alps. It came out in early 2015, after some months of break.

Despite the good success of the video, I was not so happy with it: the bad weather I found constricted me to make a shorter video than I had expected. I wanted to make something more. I was encouraged to make a new timelapse film, called “Tarvisiano, Hidden Treasure”. Summer 2015 was amazing: the weather was perfect and I took incredible adventures to capture “my” mountains how I had ever dreamed.

During these years, I’m also keeping up improoving my photography, always searching for new perspectives and locations to explore.

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