The workshop group will gather on Sunday evening, May 27th, for a get acquainted dinner at our beautiful villa hotel in charming Stobreč, 10 km from Split (Villa Ark Apartments). Beginning Monday, we will venture out on day trips to surrounding areas, including Diocletian's Palace, Trogir, the Klis Fortress, Krka National Park and others. The itinerary is subject to change but will always be planned for the best photographic opportunities! There will be excursions by ferry to nearby islands and the workshop will end on the island of Korčula, where you can continue your Croatian travels by either going south to Dubrovnik or north back to Split. The group is limited to 10-12 participants. The workshop price is $4800.
• Eight nights lodging and 7 full days of photographic instruction
• Various location fees and shooting opportunities
• Breakfasts and dinners
• Several lunches
• Entry into Krka National Park
• Ground transportation in Croatia
• Ferry transportation throughout the workshop ending on Korčula
• Airfares and related taxes or fees
• Most lunches
• Bottled water and all alcoholic beverages
• Gratuities for guides, drivers, and hotel staff
• Personal expenses, services, or purchases
• Optional tours, activities or excursions (e.g. suggested alternative tours)
• Transportation after the workshop ends at Korčula
• Travel/cancellation Insurance (available from your travel agent)
Payment and Cancellation Policy
Hold your spot with a $1000 deposit with the balance due Mar 25. If you need to cancel before Mar 25, $500 will be refunded. Because of advanced planning, if the cancellation is within 60 days or less before the workshop starts, we will not be able to refund any of the workshop fee.
On the unlikely chance that we need to cancel the workshop for any reason, you will be refunded the entire workshop price.
Rooms are based on single occupancy and all have private baths. Partners/spouses can stay in a double room which is included in the Supplemental Fee. Let us know early if you have difficulty with stairs.
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Bring lightweight clothing and comfortable walking shoes because you’ll spend lots of time on your feet.
Any camera is welcome — from Large Format to DSLR to Mirrorless to iPhone. For anyone working in film, please bring portable processing tanks so that we can process film and then review images by reading negatives as a positive image using the iPad and iPhone.
iPhones and iPads should be newer models that have the smaller Lightning connectors (not the wider, 30-pin charging cables from days of old) because these models make it much easier for us to share images during classroom critiques and lessons.
A month before departure, you will receive additional detailed information to help you prepare for your adventure. From camera gear advice to packing suggestions, you’ll get lots of guidance to ensure your trip is one of learning and image making instead of problems and hassles.
©2016 Alan Ross