BEST PHOTO EXPERIENCES SOUTH TYROL 2017 – 2020
This 2020 was marked for the world of travel photography by the pandemic crisis of Covid-19.
The whole world has slowed down, but travel photography has probably almost completely stopped.
In such a special context, we decided to resume doing what we do best: inspiring travellers. The world of photographer-travellers is quite large, but they share common passions and interests.
As Master Photo Tour we decided to show that we are active members of a community.
For this reason, we decided to support the initiative that the inhabitants of the Dolomites have undertaken: #everythingwelove
Many travellers and photographers have already joined the initiative, sharing memories of their experiences in South Tyrol – old or recent.
We, as MasterPhotoTour.com, decided to support the initiative by editing the material of the last 4 years of projects and building 10 monographic stories about the photographers who have been part of Master Travel Photography.
She is a self taught photographer and local guide from the Faroe Islands. Inspired by the nature she likes to capture moments of adventure, lifestyle and pure landscape. Through photography she is able to express her passion for telling stories, exploring new places, being out in nature and travelling. “Starry night over the Dolomites”! Thanks to @visitsouthtyrol and @masterphototour for inviting me to explore this beautiful area”!
Brad Flowerdew is a photographer from Australia, but he lives in Canada. He loves capturing moments.What he says about the Dolomites: “Flying over a winter wonderland” “I couldn’t resist sharing these memories from such a great day in the Dolomites” The frozen over lake Braies. Alpe di Siusi – “What emmental view”
She is Clara a professional photographer from France.
She has lived in Paris for a few years where she worked in the fashion photo industry.
Last year in February, she had the opportunity to discover the Dolomites (in Italy) with this white coat, a real treat!
“I dreamed of coming back to the Dolomites in winter, now it’s done. I’m here for a few day with @masterphototour to participate in a contest photographers. I’m so happy to be here”. Clara in February 2020.
Pedro is a Portuguese landscape photographer based in Slovakia.
What Pedro says: “I miss the Dolomites”
“Tre Cime what an amazing place”
The road Dolomites
“What a place and what a hike, one of the nicest hikes I ever done”
“I never though I would say this, but I miss Italy”
He needs to come back to the Dolomites during the winter.
Denyze is a photographer from Canada.
She had to be in South Tyrol and Dolomites region for 6 weeks with 3 different groups of young students.
Her last trip to South Tyrol was last winter before pandemic.
Her groups visited several cross-country ski centres and schools.
They have seen beautiful villages with preserved traditions, drink the best hot chocolates and cappuccino cafes in the world.
They walked in winter trails, visited ski resorts with stunning landscapes.
They dream again to Italy and Dolomites…
“I know that we will return to it as soon as possible when we can”. Denyze
Matej Smucr is a photographer from the Czech Republic.
He’s passionate photographer and the occasional traveller.
He aspires towards accomplishing his dreams and learns from every opportunity.
” We really enjoyed trip to Dolomites in Italy”.
“I hope that we will return soon because Dolomites are one of the favorites places.”
Roberto Pavic is a professional photographer from Croatia.
He first used the camera to document his private life. But then combining some of his great passions – traveling and shooting photography he started to create his own vision of the world. His photographic style is characterized by dramatic landscape photos.
He’s award winning photographer specialized in landscape and concert photography. Also available for workshops across Europe.
“Friends are saying this winter on the Dolomites is incredibly full of snow – I need to come back for winter! It should be crazy majestic!”
Photografer from Poland
He manages his own photography workshops in Poland and Europe.
Landscapes are main topic of his photos.
David Charouz is a photographer from the Czech Republic, he photographs food and drinks, cities and regions, wildlife, but above all landscape and nature…he manages to capture the magical details of sunrise at sunset and each of his photos leaves us amazed with the harmonies of colors.
“I think of South Tyrol and the wonderful Dolomites, I dream of travelling again as soon as possible and share our pictures!” David Charouz.
South Tyrol, the Dolomites, from the end of January.
This trip was extra special because it was her last big trip before COVID.
During this trip she got to witness amazing nature and experienced fun winter activities, this was a trip where she was also surrounded by some amazing people.
She often think of South Tyrol and the wonderful Dolomites and dream of travelling again as soon as possible.
She feel like it’s been forever she shared new travel photos and sharing them here.
Wishing for a better 2021 and to be able to travel again.