Photography excursion in the countryside

Explore the picturesque Tuscan countryside through my private Tuscany photo tour, where I guide you to capture the best countryside landscapes. Join me to discover optimal photo spots at the perfect times of the day.

Benefit from the expertise of an award-winning professional photographer as I share valuable tips and tricks during the shoot. Enhance your photography skills, master camera and tripod settings for sharp photos, and learn the art of composing breathtaking landscape shots.

I facilitate an immersive exploration of Tuscany’s beautiful territories, featuring stunning scenery, hilltop villages, medieval alleys, winding roads, rolling hills, cypress trees, and picturesque corners.

Customize your Tuscany photo tour for a single person or a small group, with a maximum of 8 people. Choose from half-day (dawn or dusk), full-day, or multi-day tours. Travel with me by car through the iconic landscapes of the Tuscan countryside.

The half-day tour includes a mesmerizing sunset or sunrise experience, while the full-day tour may involve visits to hilltop villages, starting at sunrise and concluding at sunset. Depending on the season, it’s even possible to extend the photo tour from sunrise to sunset (excluding the summer months due to longer days).

Enjoy the convenience of pick-up and drop-off services directly at your accommodation if located in areas such as Arezzo, Cortona, Montepulciano, Montalcino, Pienza, Siena, Asciano, San Quirico d’Orcia, Chianciano, Chiusi, Lucignano, Bagno Vignoni, Buonconvento, Rapolano, Castelnuovo Berardenga. For other locations, please specify when contacting me.

Essential information for your Tuscany experience:

1. Terrain: Tuscany’s countryside is accessible, primarily by car or short walks. Wear sturdy shoes suitable for walking on pathways, gravel roads, and fields. Although not challenging, be prepared for some rocks, slippery surfaces, mud, and high grass. Avoid flip flops or sandals.

2. Dress Code: Dress in layers, especially in the morning when it might be cool, even in spring and summer. Bring a raincoat in case of forecasted rain.

3. Photography Equipment: Bring lenses ranging from 24mm to 200mm (full frame equivalent), with the 70-200mm lens being commonly used. Ultra-wide angles and longer lenses are welcome if manageable. A tripod is recommended for landscape photography.

Ready to embark on an unforgettable photographic journey in Italy? Follow this link to learn more and book your photo tour: