Fine Art Film Photography Workshop in Tuscany
I'm so excited to announce our first workshop of 2019 will be with the incredible Carlos Hernandez and Kaleb Norman James in Tuscany, Italy! We only work with the industry's best so we know this workshop will be the perfect investment for your 2019 marketing budget. We love to see attendees portfolios and brands grow and take those long awaited steps up in this saturated industry to stand out. Will you join us?
We will learn what it takes to build a sustainable photography business, how to stand out from the masses, how to approach a wedding day from beginning to end, why use film, understanding the technical aspects of film, using your personal artistic voice, flat-lay styling, how can photographers and planners efficiently interact, social media, how to get published, and much more! It’s going to be the best workshop yet.
The villa traces back its origins to the early XVI century and is considered one of the finest examples of classical Renaissance architecture, attributed to the school of Michelangiolo. Previous residence of several important noble families, the villa sits on a hillside overlooking the striking Tuscan landscape, full of olive trees, vineyards, cypresses and pine trees.
The villa is classified as a Historic Monument by the city’s “Fine Arts” administration because of its magnificent interior and exterior features. Its symmetrical plans and facades, as well as the fantastic layout of the interiors, reflect the Renaissance tradition at its very best. The villa spreads over more than 19,000 square feet of inner living space surrounded by 11 Acres of land (of which 2 acres decorate the garden surrounding the villa). An excellent extra virgin olive oil is produced every year from the 800 perfectly kept olive trees.
This villa is beautiful inside and out and we not only get to photograph in it, but we get to stay there for the duration of the workshop!
The village also offers many delicious restaurants, trattoria and pizzeria where all of the best traditional Florentine and Tuscan food can be tasted. There are several shops that sell local products such as; groceries, butchers, pastry shops, bakeries and a big supermarket called Coop. Services such as banks with ATMs, a post office, and pharmacies can also be found here.
We want you to have the best experience as possible, and this is why we are limiting the workshop to 12 students. So reserve your spot now, these spots usually book fast. We are offering early bird registration at a discounted rate! But only until December 15th. Reserve your seat now to take advantage of this offer! Registration is first come first serve.