It’s been about six weeks since our Italy photography workshop wrapped up, and while I’m still plugging away trying to scan some of my film, I thought I would share a few of my favorites so far. We had a great time with six amazing photographers spending days dedicated to photographing Rome, Florence, and Venice. This was a truly memorable photography workshop. I have too many photos to put them all in one blog, so I’ll do three installments, one for each city. Since Rome was first on the itinerary, I’ll start there. Enjoy!
We walked nearly 8 miles every day. I know it’s a lot, but I’m a big believer in getting around on foot and public transportation when it comes to visiting a city like Rome. When you walk that much with a camera in tow you’re bound to get a few shots of the ground. The image served as a reminder that we really did pound the pavement and we were rewarded for our hard work. Once I get to the end of the series, I’ll share some work from our participants as well so you can see more than just my perspective. I hope you enjoyed Rome. Next up…Florence!