Recently I led a photography workshop in Italian Dolomites with Marc Muench from Muench Workshops. One of the evenings we were treated with most beautiful conditions one can imagine, heavy storm with dark clouds, followed by a rainbow, anticrepuscular rays and amazing sunset colours.Continue reading
Croatia has incredible natural treasures and luckily many of them are protected as national parks. The oldest and the most visited is Plitvice Lakes National Park (Plitvička jezera) in Lika region somewhere between Dalmatia and Croatia’s mainland.Continue reading
One of the first things to shoot while nature is changing seasons from winter to spring is wildflowers. I am fortunate to live in Slovenia where there are still many natural habitats, all within an hour drive, usually less. This year I had a good start and photographed some of my favourite wildflowers.Continue reading
Plitvice Lakes national park in Croatia is one of the most beautiful places in the region. I always look forward to come back to the park, especially when the park is at its best for photography. This is usually early Summer, Autumn when the colours kick in and in Winter when there is snow and ice. Last week I was co-leading a photography tour with Strabo Photo TC and with Tom Bol. We spent two nights there and had four photography sessions there. Two afternoons and two mornings.
The most productive was the last morning when we headed out before sunrise to be at the waterfalls when the sun comes in. What a stark contrast to the day before, when there was a record high number of visitors per day – 13.000! This morning we had the park for ourselves – for about an hour and half we were the only visitors there. What a bliss, especially because we were able to use our tripods on board walks. Continue reading