Florence and Tuscany Photo Tours
Why go on a Tuscany Photo Tour?
Just like you, I too am a traveler with a camera, by passion and by profession. I know all the hard work that’s involved in preparing a trip: weeks of research in guide books, searching through countless websites, poring over maps and studying photos…Planning the photo shoots, prioritising between the essential, the possible and the superfluous. And then you say to yourself: “I’d like to photograph this angle, but should I plan for early morning or late evening?” Not everyone can afford to take all that time planning!
A TPhT is a possible solution.
Participants of Tuscany Photo Tours:
- discover or rediscover innovative aspects of a region, guided by a professional who has total familiarity with the territory and who is just as fascinated by Tuscany as you.
- find themselves at the right spot at the right time to capture beautiful images of their trip.
- develop and share their cultural, aesthetic and technical knowledge of photography and of Tuscany.
NEW! FLORENCE PHOTO WALK 2017
Classical and Monumental Florence
Discover and re-discover Florence through new angles. Fit for traditional photographers. Only walking tour.
Colors, beauty and craftsmen of authentic Florence. Fit for attentive and indipendent photographers. Only walking tour.
The Secrets of Florence
A photographic journey through alleys, little squares and hidden cloisters of Medieeval Florence. Fit for the curious photographer. Only walking tour.
Postcards from the Hills of Florence
Tour of the surrounding hills and villages with breathtaking views over Florence. For those who want to combine photography with a half day out of town. By car.
The Chianti Roads
Photographic tours at sunrise and sunset in the beautiful vineyard landscape between Florence and Siena. By car.
Val d'Orcia Landscapes
Photographic tours at sunrise and sunset in the amazing landscapes between Pienza, San Quirico and Monticchiello. By car.
Crete Senesi Landscapes
Photographic tours at sunrise and sunset in the amazing clay landscapes just out the city walls of Siena. By car.