All about the ROMAN LANDSCAPES PHOTO TOUR
Everybody knows Rome is one of the most fascinating cities in the world, but to admire it in all its majesty, it could be a great idea to observe it from the most panoramic points of the city. Join us in this roman landscapes photo tour to capture the charm of the city from some observational points.
Its skyline is highly recognizable, some of its major landmarks have been portrayed by artists and directors and are now well known beyond the boundaries of the nation, and, indeed, walking through its streets is a fulfilling experience by itself. But to embrace it all with the view you have to “climb” a bit and reach terraces or natural ledges that offer a spectacular view of the whole city or of some interesting glimpses.
From these terraces you will be able to capture the shape of the city and the majesty of its architecture and surely, you will obtain stunning pictures you will be proud to share and show. Full your eyes with this beauty, breathe and admire the city and its renowned buildings. Consider Rome as a whole, or try to identify some hotspots in order to capture it with your camera; our professional will be able to illustrate you the many opportunities your camera offers you and various tips to shot the city from above by any light condition, in order to create interesting and creative effects.
Discuss and understand with a professional all the possibilities to create an original and innovative shot. Learn by doing on the field, ask our photographer and challenge yourself to improve your abilities; Rome is by its own nature the perfect subject to obtain breathtaking pictures. Play with it and try new methods and techniques. Shot the light changing and sun hiding or setting, obtain different pictures and perspective responding to distinct sensations, and capture the many sides and facets of the Eternal city.
As every photographer knows, catching the perfect shots requires a bit of commitment even in reaching the best hotspots. Follow us in this walk that combines walk and public transport; we promise it all be worth it at the end!
Belvedere del Gianicolo
The Janiculum is a popular hill in western Rome in the Rione Trastevere. From here the view of central Rome is remarkable and many of the most important landmarks and monuments are easily recognizable.
At the last floor of the Musei Capitolini the terrace offers an impressive view over the city. Stop here from your tour to drink something and appreciate the stunning panorama (please note that from 1/06/2016 the terrace is closed for renovation).
Trinità dei Monti
Being in the middle of the city, the view from the majestic staircase of the church Trinità dei Monti in Piazza di Spagna is undoubtedly stunning. Many Romans and tourists, in fact, meet here to shoot the panorama over the city, impressive by any weather and light conditions.
Terrazza del Pincio
From this hill the view overlooking on Piazza del Popolo toward the Basilica of Saint Peter is truly amazing.
Zodiaco of Monte Mario
Monte Mario is the highest hill in the city and it includes a natural reserve and the observatory. From the hill the view on central Rome is highly charming, particularly during the twilight time.
Bridge of Sant’Angelo
Besides its architecture, the bridge that connects Castel Sant’Angelo with the left bank of the Tiber offers a stunning view over the river and a partial view of the city’s landmarks.
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?
Items that are included in the cost of tour price
- The photo tour includes the workshop with the master photographer.
- You can chose to book a private tour to set the workshop on your personal needs.
Whats not included in this tour
Items that are included in the cost of tour price
- Photographic gear
How can I book?
The photographic tours could take place in the major cities, every day in the whole year. We look for the best of the urban context and suggest it to our community. Photo shooting activities are available both privately or in group up to a maximum of 8 photographers (please check the dedicated section private vs. group photo tour). In both cases we recommend to ask with at least 7 days in advance.
Are there cancellation police?
In case of heavy rain or impossibility to conduct the tour by the photo master, the photo tour could be cancelled up to 24 hours before its beginning. If you wish to renounce for personal reasons, it is possible to cancel the reservation up to 72 hours before the beginning of the tour, without adduce any further reasons. In both cases the total amount would be refund completely, except for the PayPal transaction fees, or a new date could be rescheduled.
Can I propose a photo tour?
Of course! We will be happy to hear a proposal from you and we will do our best to make it real.
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Can I customize my photo tour?
There is this opportunity. Ask as and we will be happy to please you.
What is the difference between a private and a group photo tour?
MasterPhotoTour offers two distinct ways to take part in a photo tour:
– PRIVATE PHOTO TOUR: this one-to-one mode is specifically arranged on your level and competences to better suit your needs and will. It costs 370$ (349€) for a 3 hours workshop or 582$ (549€) for a 6 hours one. The itinerary of these private walks can be completely customized according to the preferences and will of the participant, both before and during the tour. This private mode is suitable even for couples and small groups of friends that want to enjoy an exclusive experience.
– SMALL GROUP PHOTO TOUR: our photographers offer useful and interesting experiences even for small groups up to a maximum of 8 photographers. We set this limit in order to better follow each client and get him all the attention he needs. The prices are 96$ (89€) per head for a 3 hours tour, or 147$ (139€) for a 6 hours workshop.
Born in Merano in 1990, Davide graduated first as touristic business operator at Hotelfachschule Cesare Ritz in Merano, and then in photography at DS Visual School in Milan. After a period outside, he returned in Alto Adige where, he started a short experience as photographer for the newspaper Alto Adige, becoming then set photographer for many Italian and German movies.
His most important experiences however, lead him to deal with interior photography and architectural photography. Since years he collaborates with the Designer Walter Thaler and in 2012 he become teacher of photography for several regional institutions. His images have been also published by important Italian newspapers like La Repubblica, il Giornale, La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere della Sera and Monocle.