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Day 1:

  • Pick up at Rome Airport or at customer's accommodation (if customer is already there)

  • Drive to Cascata delle Marmore and morning photo-shoot of nature and landscape

  • Light lunch

  • Check in Todi and rest

  • Afternoon photo-shoot of Todi and surrounding areas

  • DinnerReturn to accommodation

  • For those willing, additional Night Photography Workshop in Todi

Day 2:

  • Early breakfast

  • Morning photo-shoot in Spello

  • Light lunch

  • Afternoon photo-shoot in Assisi

  • Return to accommodation

  • Dinner

Day 3:

  • Breakfast

  • Portfolio review and post-production session

  • Check out

  • Drive back to Rome Airport

For those staying in Rome, optional extra Photography Night Workshop in Rome to be added and agreed upon.



  • From 1 participant only, asking for full exclusivity, to a group of 3 people max

  • Totally private and exclusive workshop:1500 Euros

  • Group from 1 to 3 people: 1000 Euros per person

  • A down payment of 300 euros is required to book the workshop

  • The balance must be paid no later than one week before the start date of the workshop

  • Down payment and balance will have to be sent through a wire transfer to my bank account or via PayPal

  • To be noted: The eventual extra Rome by Night Photo Tour is not included in the price and should be agreed upon in advance, even during the workshop.


  • All transfers

  • Accommodation

  • Professional photographer

  • Portfolio review and post-production session

  • Customizations


  • Airfares

  • Accommodation

  • Meals and drinks

  • Visas (if applicable)

  • Extra activities

  • Insurances

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  • DSLR or Mirrorless camera, remote shutter release, extra batteries, memory cards, charger

  • A wide angle lens, e.g. Nikkor 14-24 or Canon 17-40 for landscapes or architecture

  • A middle-zoom lens such as a 24-70 mm for street photography, portraits, urban life, nature

  • A telephoto zoom lens, 70-200 mm for shooting distant landscapes, street scenes, wildlife

  • Possibly a polarizer and an ND filter

  • A tripod, possibly with a strong head, able to support heavy lenses

  • Waterproof camera protection in case of shooting at sea

  • Casual clothes for dinners and lunches and photography workshops

  • A portable computer for post-production and portfolio reading sessions


Cancellation and Refund Policy (based on the 30% advance payment):


  • more than 3 months from the start date of the Workshop: 100% refund minus $250 service fee.

  • 2 months or more from the start date: 75% refund 

  • 1 months or more from the start date: 50% refund 

  • less than 1 month from the start date: no refund


We recommend having a Trip Cancellation & Travel Insurance booking the tour.

We keep the right to cancel the tour before departure for reasons such as logistical problems, public or personal health issues, social turmoil, wars, climatic disasters, or any other circumstances which may determine the impossibility of the trip. Should this happen, we will promptly refund all trip payments received. Though, we will be not held responsible for any expenses sustained by tours members in preparing for the trip. Those include nonrefundable or penalty-carrying airline tickets, visa or passport fees or other trip related expenses. 

Brian, USA

Being traveling around Italy for two weeks with two photographer friends, we decided to book this short tour in Umbria, a region we knew little about but which seemed very photogenic to us. Giulio's tour met all our needs and expectations. In just three days we were able to photograph Marmore waterfall, beautiful medieval villages, and truly breathtaking landscapes. If you only have three days and want a quality workshop, this tour is an absolute must-book. Thanks Giulio

Odette, Philippines

Very warm, friendly, kind, and funny. In perfect English, he gives you technical tips, gently and patiently repeating them until they sink in your head. Now there’s a thick line that divides my photo files: Before Giulio and After Giulio. You can bet the AGs are superior to the BGs. Five sparkling stars; highly recommended!

Joseph, USA

Giulio is a fantastic guide and photographer. I'd only consider myself an amateur photographer, so whatever your level of proficiency you can be assured Giulio will help you capture some unique and extraordinary shots. He was always happy to offer suggestions and even critique photos on my camera in real-time to apply his expertise and help improve the shot before moving on. He has a really good eye! The entire tour was a perfect balance of being well-structured (to cover as much ground as possible) and free-wheeling (to allow time to experiment with shots or to accommodate finding places, scenes, or objects that suit your own interests and tastes). Whether it's street photography, art, architecture, you just name it and Giulio will take you on a whirlwind tour of places both famous and obscure. You will see the tourist spots and attractions, and you'll see hidden courtyards and unassuming church interiors that you might otherwise have passed right by. He will also make you branch out and experiment with shots or techniques you may not otherwise be proficient with, which was nice. I took a really great shot of a scene I never would have thought to photograph on my own. While this is, first and foremost, a photography tour, Giulio really did turn it into much more than that.

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