In June I took a trip to the Czech Republic to do some personal shooting and scout for a future photo tour. During the two weeks of my trip I visited three cities in the Czech Republic: Prague, Kutna Hora and Cesky Krumlov. I also spent a couple of days in Dresden, Germany. Each of these cities have incredible architectural photo opportunities, from scenes of tightly packed buildings with red tile roofs, to the details of individual doors and windows. I’m now getting into editing these images and look forward to sharing them and the stories from my travels. Throughout the trip I worked with a wonderful guide, Ivan Navratil, without whom the trip wouldn’t have been nearly as successful. Check out his website and you’ll see he knows where to find the photo ops in the Czech Republic. Also, a big thanks to Bob Metheney, for without his advice and assistance I would not have had this adventure. I will be leading a photo tour to Prague next year. Stay tuned for the details later this month. If Prague is a destination you’d love to travel to, send me an email and I’ll make sure you receive the tour info as soon as it’s finalized.
This post contains a sampling of images from my first afternoon in Prague. It’s all about the lines and shapes!