Sarajevo, Bosnia

August 9 - August 13, 2018

Book Art of Seeing: Sarajevo, Bosnia

Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, located at the centre of the country. The city lies in the Sarajevo valley, by the Miljacka River, and is surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. The city is characterized by ethnic and religious diversity. Here, Islamic, Catholic, Orthodox and Jewish inhabitants coexisted peacefully for centuries.

The area of Sarajevo was settled already in prehistoric times but the origins of the modern city are from the 15th century Ottoman Empire. Sarajevo often found itself in the center of the world’s attention.

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Why us

These are the great gifts you’ll get:

  • Participants give us a 4.9 out of 5 star rating
  • Full access to Peter Sanders
  • Nikon and Canon certified experts on board
  • Unique locations
  • All levels welcome
  • Plenty of time to ask and learn

What you’ll learn

  • How to shoot in Manual mode
  • How to prepare for a photo
  • How to edit your photo
  • Etiquettes of photography
  • Portait photography
  • Street photography
  • How to make sure the pictures tell the story you want to

Itinerary

Day 1 –  Thursday – Day of Arrival, Sarajevo

We will collect you from the airport. After checking in to your hotel, you l have a chance to explore the city on your own or with the other group members who have arrived. This is a great way to warm your camera up. If you need a quick course on the basics of photography, this will be the perfect time.

We will meet in the lobby at 6 p.m. for dinner.

Day 2 – Friday – Street photography

From right after breakfast until lunch we will attend the Art of Seeing Master Class with Peter Sanders. In the afternoon we’ll do hands on photography in the city and go through the photos afterwards. In the evening we’ll have dinner together and reflect on the day.

Day 3 – Saturday – Portrait

We’ll visit different sacred places. We will go into the street and put what we have been learning in practice. In the evening we’ll attend a local gathering where we’ll have many opportunities for portraits of locals.

Day 4 – Sunday – Editing day

We’ll use this day to improve our editing skills. Everyone will work on their best photos under the guidance of the experts.  Right after breakfast, we’ll start with a masterclass on editing and after that we will 

Day 5 – Monday – Farewell Day

We’ll wind down and check-out. You’ll be transported to the airport.

Note: Itinerary is subject to change

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