Posted: 14 Dec 2017 Uniworld to offer complimentary photography lessons on select cruises in 2018
Capture frame-worthy travel photos as you sail through Europe
Aspiring shutterbugs who want to learn how to capture frame-worthy travel photos are in for treat onboard select Uniworld cruises in 2018.
The popular river cruise operator is offering guests the rare and exclusive opportunity to fulfill their passion with an exclusive Floating Photography Workshop onboard four remarkable itineraries in Spain & Portugal, France, Germany and Eastern Europe.
Renowned travel photographer, Mark Edward Harris will mentor and instruct Uniworld guests on how to truly capture the essence of a particular place or moment in time. Known for his award-winning photographs that have appeared in Vanity Fair, Conde Nast Traveler and LIFE, among others, Mark will offer his professional expertise throughout the duration of the cruise, teaching passengers to master the art of photography in the world’s most enchanting and charming villages, where pictures come to life.
The July photo workshops will be offered exclusively on Uniworld’s 11-day Portugal, Spain & The Douro Valley sailing on the 5th, the Paris & Normandy 8 day sailing on the 15th and the 8-day Castles Along the Rhine on the 22nd.
Aspiring photographers wishing to snap up a spot on the 8-day European Holiday Markets on 15 December will also be in for a treat. Imagine using all your newly learned skills to capture the wintry landscapes and Christmas Markets of Europe in December?
The photo workshops are complimentary and are designed for everyone to enjoy. Here’s what’s included:
- Inventive photo “assignments” for each day of the cruise
- Opportunities for guests to shoot side-by-side with Mark during shore excursions
- Insightful tips, “cheat sheets” and helpful one-on-one critiques
- Lectures on how to best capture beautiful landscapes, cityscapes, portraits of local people in their environment, and how to create travel photo essays that tell a compelling visual story
Whether it’s a smartphone, a point-and-shoot camera, or professional-grade equipment, all passengers will return home newly inspired and informed, with wonderful photos to share and stories about how they were taken.