Santorini has been a popular destination for tourists and artists for many years whether it be for total relaxation or for the quest to self discover the inner beauty and essence of the island and the hospitality that the islanders are so good at.
Have you ever wondered how those professional images if the island are created, well wonder no more! Darren (LSITTP) and Lynda McKenna can take you on a photographic trip of a lifetime of self discovery and help you realise your artistic potential.
The island of Santorini is everyone's island ideal with dazzling white buildings and colourful dome roofs clinging to volcanic cliffs perched on cliff tops, twisted cobbled alleyways, blue domes churches, hilltop windmills, rocky terrain and stunning beaches. The island is part of fifty six islands that form part of the Cyclades. The early Cycladic culture developed on the bronze age and has inspired artists ever since.
Portray Photography's Santorini photographic courses are designed for beginners, amateurs, enthusiasts and even semi professional photographers looking to broaden their horizons. The group sizes are limited to a maximum of six students, we believe that we can maximum care and attention to each of our students based on this group size.
Price per person £1650,00 £330 deposit required on booking, remaining fee required 6 weeks prior to course date
5 Day Photographic workshops and Photo tours of the Island
4 star hotel in Fira with breakfast for 5 days (additional days can be booked for an additional charge if you wish to extend your stay for a week)
Transportation around the island and to and from the airport.
Whats not included
Photographic Equipment required
Please note, if you are using a film camera then please be aware that no tim processing can be carried out on the island and it would be difficult for instructors to give any photo critique
SLR camera would be preferred but bridge cameras are absolutely fine.
Polarizing filter and a neutral density graduated filter.
For SLR cameras a 50mm prime lens is ideal, but a standard zoom lens will be fine.