Nothing can compare to the afternoon light of Rome, as it washes the Eternal City in a vibrant, brilliant radiance. You will photograph the Roman Forum, the Coliseum, colorful piazzas filled with magnificent fountains, and winding cobblestone streets. Discover the Eternal City's hidden treasures though the eyes of an expert photographer.
This rare opportunity to ask an expert about camera techniques in a city bursting with dramatic settings. Anthony Boccaccio began his career with National Geographic Magazine in 1971, and is best known for his beautiful travel photography. Discover the Eternal City's hidden treasures though the eyes of a genuine adventurer and world-class photographer whose journeys have taken him from the frozen volcanoes of Iceland to the steaming jungles of the Amazon, from the Great Wall of China to the ancient temples of Greece.
Under Boccaccio's guidance, you'll learn to use perspective to your advantage and play with light and shadow. You'll get tips on how to use color, contrast, and detail to create captivating images. Watch the early morning light give way to the brilliance of the noonday sun, snap colorful piazzas bathed in the warm radiance of the afternoon light, or see ancient monuments artfully lit up in twilight and into the night. Just don't forget your camera—whether digital or film.
Your Rome Photography Walking Tour ends at St. Peter's Square.
Some of the things you will learn from your photographer guide:
- How to incorporate lighting conditions to create dramatic photos
- How to capture the atmosphere of a particular scene
- How to compose a photograph to get the maximum effect
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