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[dropcap]L[/dropcap]et us show you the masterpiece that is Bohinj. From a prehistoric glacial lake to the pride and joy of all Slovenes – Mt Triglav, you will capture images of a lifetime.

We will take you to lookout points, secret waterfalls and ancient gorges that not even the locals know their whereabouts. We will show you all the classic techniques in an unhurried way of learning.

Marvel at the unique Slovenian icon – the double hayrack, with Mt Studor as a powerful backdrop. Shoot it from angles that has taken us years to perfect.

In the evenings we dine in family run restaurants with real home cooking. Put your cameras down for an hour or so and enjoy genuine Slovene hospitality.

Stay in a welcoming home that is ideal to discuss and share photography ideas at the end of the day. Wake up recharged to splendid views of the Bohinj mountain range from the balcony, ready for your next adventure.

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Tour Notes
[toggle title=”Equipment” open=”no”]The choice is yours. However, we would recommend a DSLR or a digital camera which has Aperture (A) and Manual (M) modes. Below are suggested accessories only. They are not crucial for the tour.

• Wide angled lens (18mm-), Tele photo lens (100-200mm), fast fixed/prime lens (50mm f1.8)

• Tripod and head, and cable/remote release

• Circular Polarizer, ND filer (4-10 stops)

• Spare batteries and extra memory cards

[toggle title=”Clothing” open=”no”]The weather in Bohinj can be very regional since we are located at the foothills of the Julian Alps. The temperatures drop quite considerably at night regardless of the season. We suggest you bring the following sets of clothing and personal accessories:

• Light rainproof jacket, moisture-wicking clothes, quality hiking boots

• Small umbrella (also very useful as a photographic aid)

• Water bottle, sunglasses, sun protection cream

• Head lamp, some rope, pocket knife

• Hat, light warm gloves, scarf[/toggle]

[toggle title=”Diet” open=”no”]Slovenian food tends to be somewhat heavy, with beef and pork being the meat of choice. Of course we will sample local delicacies such as river trout but if you have dietary concerns, please let us know beforehand.[/toggle]
[toggle title=”Physical condition” open=”no”]Although we don’t hike up any real mountains, the tour does involve a fair amount of walking/hiking. All participants are required to have a good level of fitness.[/toggle]

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Tour highlights

Depending on lighting conditions we will choose as many as possible from the following:

Lake Bohinj – East, west and south sides

Gorges – Mostnica, Ribnica, Izvir Krope, Izvir Bistrica, Suha

Viewpoints – Peč, Vodnikov, Studor, Rudnica, Bohinjska Bistrica,

Museums – Studor, Stara Fužina

Churches – 13 to choose from

Hayracks – Our favorites

High plains – Uskovnica, Zajamniki, Pokljuka

Villages – Studor, Srednja Vas, Stara Fužina, Ribčev Laz

Waterfalls – Savica, Ribnica

Sunrise – Various locations

Sunset – Various locations

Portraits – Various locations

Macros – Various locations