PhotoVenezia Tour - W.L. Norman Photography
Sailboat Moored in the Fog Along Fondamente S. Giovanni dei Battuti

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Venice - Murano - Burano


Walk fabled paths where generations of travelers have sought artistic inspiration a la Tintoretto, Michelangelo, Titian, Ruskin... well, it is easier to list who never visited rather than who did! Join other like-minded photographers as we ramble among the islands that cover the Venetian lagoon. Then, have the evening free to explore on your own, or with new friends, the wonder that is Venice!


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CameraTreks

Our tours and workshops are in-the-field experiences open to photographers who desire to hone skills in capturing content and developing a style – all in the beautiful and engaging environs of Cuba, Venice, Barcelona, Scotland, Santa Fe, Upper Mustang and East & Southern Africa – preferably using Leica M, SL or Fuji X digital cameras with prime lenses. These systems are well suited to the classic image-making activity in which we engage: street photography & portraiture, the occasional landscape and an ability to lend 'presence' to static objects like buildings and monuments. (Tho it must be noted that 99% of viewers do not care what camera was used; they, like all of us, simply want to see great images!)


Mindfullness / Be Here Now

Just as Buddhism attempts to get one to live in the present, mindful of the now, we boost your visual story-telling by helping you focus on the image in front of you at any given moment. The knack is to create the best, most engaging and captivating photograph you can with this one chance – right now!

Digital imaging and zoom lenses often obscure this idea, submerging it deep below the level of conscious thinking. With our ability to freely churn through hundreds of images we forget that it is this one picture right now, there before us, that is the most important image we will ever make – at least until we approach the next shot!

In photography, the path we choose may include a goal, but the goal is not the end, it is simply a signpost toward which we move. Reality suggests there is no end, there is simply the journey. Taking this journey we improve our mental and physical discipline – our eye and heart, our hand and proper stances, to discover personal rhythms and our own sources of photographic power.


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