What you'll do
We'll walk around the neighborhood of Trastevere as I give you a tutorial on the basics of photography, both digital and analog. Away from the crowds and the over-photographed touristic spots, I'll show you hidden gems and paths while introducing you to the local Roman community! I'll give you photo tips along the way so you can make the most out of your camera. We'll review the photos over an espresso at my favorite cafe and I will tell you some easy ways to post-edit your shots in order to make them even better!
Born in Athens and based in Rome, I'm a professional photographer and frequent traveller. I specialize in portrait, music, and architecture/interior photography. I launched #InsidersLens experience in 2017 and it soon became a point of reference for photography classes in Rome for its original itinerary and teaching approach.
Refreshments Coffee or tea.
Instant image You'll take home one Polaroid/Instax image!
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Where you'll be
We'll meet at the Piazza di San Cosimato and then we go up the cobblestone alleys to San Pietro in Montorio. After that we head to the Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, enjoy the view from Gianicolo hill, and then head down to Santa Maria di Trastevere. We'll end our walk at my favorite cafe. Update June 2019: Fontana dell'Acqua Paola is under maintenance so it will be harder to photograph.
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 5 guests ages 12 and up can attend. Guests should be able to walk 1 mile and a half (2 and half kilometers). Just less than half a mile is uphill. However the itinerary can slightly change depending on stamina and weather conditions.
Open to all levels of photography enthusiasts. Bring any camera or smartphone and wear comfortable shoes as we are going to walk up to a little hill. Please be on time as it's impossible to catch up.
Insider's Lens - Learn your camera