CIAO TUTTI! Come join us on our Virtual Photography Travel Tours!
If you’re subscribed to this newsletter or just stumbled across it somehow, chances are that you’re like us: You LOVE to travel and most likely you also love to document your travels with photographs — to capture memories or, if photography is a beloved hobby, to bring beautiful images home and then play with them in Lightroom, Photoshop and other postprocessing apps. Now we finally have the time to do this, right?
So here we all are, tending to our victory gardens, hopefully enjoying a lovely spring in the US (instead of Europe, where we’re supposed to be right now), some of us madly processing images from previous travels and watching lots and lots of Netflix and Co.
Still, how sad that we can’t connect with friends in Europe, visit places we love, explore new exciting locations, and travel with our many repeat photo tour clients who have become friends over the past 10 years.
During a fun Zoom meeting with our group of Slow Travel tour operators, Erica Jarman from Sapori e Saperi Adventures shared a brilliant idea: Why not offer free virtual tours?
And so we went to work. We wrote a post for each day of our Cinque Terre Photo Tour while it was supposed to be happening in real-time. We shared beautiful locations and photo ops, some of our favorite images, anecdotes, and great drone footage and spiced it all up with local recipes and music. Something for all our senses: sights, sounds, and almost touch and smell — delicious pasta with walnut cream sauce anyone? Or maybe a glass of sparkling Spritz?
Our Cinque Terre Tour just ended on Thursday but you can follow it here, day-by-day. The enthusiastic responses from our subscribers inspired us to keep going and yesterday we started our 6-day virtual Photo Tour in Tuscany. Venice and The Czech Republic will follow.
We would love to have you join us and travel with us to our favorite locations in Europe. To sign up for your daily travel adventure, click here. »
If you’d like to explore the first virtual tour to the colorful Cinque Terre villages on the Ligurian coast, you can find all 6 posts here:
|Jim and Magrit have been photographing professionally and traveling in Europe for the past 20 years.|
They started Photography Travel Tours in 2011 with the goal of educating and guiding photographers to some of the most beautiful and iconic scenes in Europe.
The tours are not just about getting great photographs but also have the side benefits of doing so in wonderful environments. Great food, wine, people, and ambiance.
Read more about Jim & Magrit and their wonderful photo tours here: (http://photographytraveltours.com/about/).
Slow Travel Tours is an affiliation of small-group tour operators who offer personalized trips in Italy, France and other European countries.