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We are still looking at all of our photographs with a sort of awe that we were really there—and already talking about wanting to go back. - K.K. - California
The Swiss Alps is a photographer's dream trip inspiring landscapes, breathtaking mountain panoramas and vibrant cultural settings. Now imagine having a professional landscape photographer at your side in these idyllic alpine locations to provide personalized instruction, enabling you to capture the greatest shots you've ever taken, while learning and developing your photographic skills like never before.
Photographers of all skill levels can improve their technical and creative skills. Work on your field techniques (exposure, focus, tripod skills, filtering), composition, light recognition, and post-processing. Think of all the questions you've had in the past, but never had a pro landscape photographer to ask. We've selected the world's most stunningly beautiful mountains, meadows, waterfalls, and glaciers for your backdrop.
For a photographer, the Alps are the most accessible mountains in the world, where cogwheel railways, mountain trams, and funiculars put you in the heart of the action. You can bring ample gear, since you'll rarely be walking more than three miles per day. After fieldwork, there's time for critiques and post-processing help. Our small group provides optimal one-one-one instruction along with group discussion. We've thought of everything, and all accommodations, meals, ground transportation and instruction are included.
Day 1 – Arrive Zurich | Welcome and orientation
Day 2 – Lauterbrunnen Valley
Day 3 – Gimmelwald | Mürren
Day 4 – Grindelwald
Day 5 – Wengen
Day 6 – Gruyères
Day 7 – Gruyères | Montreux |Zermatt
Day 8 – Zermatt | Return to Zurich
Day 9 – Departure
$4,395 USD per person, double occupancy from Geneva or Zurich
$399 single supplement
Reserve your place on this tour with a $500 per person deposit
25 July 2018 - 02 August 2018
26 July 2019 - 03 August 2019