Although our photo-walks and tours in Bulgaria and the Balkans do not include specifically birds and wildlife photography, you still would be able to photograph birds and animals at some of the places and destinations we visit. If you would like to shoot specifically wild life and birds only, contact us and we will forward your request to the right guys, who can find the best birds/wildlife photography places in the region.
All photo programs and itineraries in Bulgaria and the Balkans include theoretical and practical lessons on topics like Long Exposure, Black and White Photography, Night and many other photo techniques and practices.
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The Monument to 1300 Years of Bulgaria, also known as the Founders of the Bulgarian State Monument, is a large monument built on a plateau above the city of Shumen, Bulgaria. It was built in 1981 to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of the First Bulgarian Empire.
A few of our itineraries and programs include places and destinations in Bulgaria famous with their monuments and remains from the communist regime. Please find more details here: http://pavelgospodinov.com/photowalks/?p=29
Shooting seascapes using long exposure techniques and ND filters is my favorite. The Bulgarian Black Sea coast offers amazing spots for practicing this type of photography. At least two of our itineraries include locations suitable for practicing this type of photography. The practical lessons during the photo walks will include information, tips and tricks and variety of photo techniques.
Bulgaria has plenty of exceptional sights, which offer you beneficial conditions for improvement of your seascape photography skills. During all seasons, you have opportunity to shoot exciting seascapes at the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.
Vitosha is a mountain massif, on the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Vitosha is one of the tourists symbols of Sofia and the closest site for hiking, alpinism and skiing. Convenient bus lines and rope ways render the mountain easily accessible. The territory of the mountain includes Vitosha nature park that encompasses the best known and most frequently visited parts. Almost all of our photo tours start from Sofia, which gives an opportunity for visiting Vitosha for nice photo sessions there.
Tyulenovo is a village and seaside resort on the north Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, part of Shabla Municipality, Dobrich Province. It is famous with its spectacular rock formations and sea panoramas. The place is included in some of our sample itineraries.
Lake Beloslav is a liman, which connected by the navigation canal with the Lake Varna. Before the canal was built the lake was freshwater, but now the water is brackish. The place is very convenient for waterscape photography.
A free copy of the PDF book is available for download on the “Free PDF version” page of this book, so actually when buying the Kindle Edition you buy the full size photo book. This book of 45 pages, vividly illustrates through its 9 evocative essays, the people, places and problems of modern Bangladesh. The PDF book contains additionally 117 color and black and white images, arranged in 125 pages.
This seascape photograph was taken in Balchik, a Black Sea coastal town and seaside resort in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria. The town sprawls scenically along hilly terraces descending from the Dobruja plateau to the sea. Two of our sample photo tour itineraries include Balchik. The area offers perfect spots for seascape photography.
Some of our Bulgaria and the Balkans photo tours include a visit to Ormanli beach on the Turkish Black Sea coast, not far from Istanbul but closer to Bulgaria. We will be able to swim (if the weather allows) and enjoy the beautiful stretch of sand there. For those interested in a more intense adventure, we will walk along the beach to a shipwrecked vessel and back (a total of about 8 km). This is a fantastic subject for photography, though it will require some physical effort to reach it.
Although Kamchia beach on the Bulgarian Black sea coast is not part of our sample photo itineraries in Bulgaria and the Balkans, the place is worth visiting because of the stunning nature and endless possibilities for seascape and landscape photography. The place is about 30 km south of Varna.
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