November 30th - December 3rd 2018 - £895  (Sold out - taking names for 2019 trip)

MMC 8185

Venice is undoubtably one of the world’s most beautiful cities, and somewhere where everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. This renaissance city is especially attractive to photographers, with an abundance of amazing architecture, canal and street scenes, there is really no limits to the possible compositions on offer. Join us on this exclusive long-weekend in winter, a wonderful quiet time of year for the city.  

As with all our trips, we will have two guides to ensure everyone gets both group and one-to-one tuition time if required. You'll also be joined by our local guide who will be able to tell you all about the city. We'll be travelling around to some of the other islands, and enjoying a gondola ride down some of Venice's most picturesque canals. 

  • Duration - 3 days / 3 nights
  • Dates - November 30th - December 3rd 2018
  • Price £895
  • Group Size - 8 (max)
  • Suitable for all levels of photographer

For full details and itinerary please contact us to receive a copy of our PDF brochure. 

See below for some of the images captured on previous trips.  

  • "I think Marcus & Harry make a great team and I would happily recommend you to my friends. You'll be seeing me on future trips."
    Phil (Dolomites 2016)
  • "Staying in small villages and eating local home cooked food also added to the memories I now have of the real China."
    Gordon (China 2015)
  • I came away from St. Kilda having experienced some of the very best days of my life. For that I will always be very grateful to you for providing a truly unique opportunity for photographic enthusiasts.
    Chris (St. Kilda 2015)
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