4 Days Nature & Landscape Photography Workshop in Danube

Danube Delta is chosen “The Landscape of the Year 2007-2009″ and since 1996 it is in Unesco’s World Heritage List and known as Europe’s best preserved delta.

Life between river and sea, bearing the imprint of many cultures. The Danube Delta is situated in the borderland of Romania and the Ukraine, a tiny part extending into Moldova. %80 of its vast area of more than 5,000 square kilometers is situated in Romania. The region is a nature paradise in the truest sense of the term, and has no equal worldwide: It is Europe’s most extensive wetland and home to 5,400 animal and plant species, including such rare migratory birds as the Dalmatian Pelican – which is the delta’s figurehead. It is also known for its wealth of fish – with the sturgeon as the “showpiece” – and it boasts the largest unbroken expanse of common reed (1,800 km2).

The delta is not merely rich in animals and boasting a magnificent flora, it is also known for its cultural diversity. For thousands of years it has been a place of settlement, passage and refuge. With as few as 15,000 inhabitants, the delta is sparsely populated, but the people who live there in peaceful coexistence trace their origins to many different cultures and ethnicities. Click here to visit Unesco’s World Heritage page for a detailed information about Danube Delta.


    Tuition includes :

    • Accommodation for 3 nights in shared double room. Single room occupancy is available upon request. Please ask for single-supplement cost.
    • 3 meals/day (lunch and dinner)
    • Daily transportation by boat in Danube Delta between locations
    • Landscape and wild-life photography expert guide
    • One to One Guidance & Group Guidance, field instructions
    • Image reviews and image discussions
    • Photoshop ‘digital darkroom’techniques, post process demonstrations
    • Extensive notes

    Tuition do not include :

    • Medical insurance
    • International transport to workshop area
    • Transfers from/to airport to/from workshop location
    • Visa related costs
    • Personal expenses like souvenirs, bar beverages, laundry, insurance (travel, medical, cancellation, which are all recommended)

    Except your camera, the below items are not mandatory but it is for your good and benefit if you consider them as a must. We strongly suggest to bring tripod for low light conditions and long exposure photos.

    • Digital SLR camera with necessary acccesories i.e: batteries, flash cards, chargers etc.
    • Tripod (Preferably a stable one)
    • Power extension cord (220V)
    • A notebook or ipad for file transfers, photography reviews and for your own post processing
    • HTrekking equipment (season suited i.e. at, suitable shoes for trekking/walking & rainproof coat)

    Besides equipment, each participant must prepare its own portfolio on a digital support (approximately 20 images), that will be viewed on the first evening.


    Moderate physical activities required. We will be sailing with small boats in the arms of Danube river so its useful to have water-proof clothes and shoes.


    The major languages during the workshop will be English. 


Although this represents the Danube Delta Photo Tour photographic workshop’s planned itinerary, it is subject to change at the discretion of the tour leaders or due to adverse weather conditions.

Workshop DatesNovember, 2020
AvailbilitySpaces avialable
Workshop FeeWill be announced soon.
Group SizeMax 10 participant.
Workshop LevelBeginner to advanced.
  • Danube Delta Photo Tour starts and ends in Tulcea.
  • If you have any further questions about the trip send a message to Enis  and you will get a respond as soon as possible.
  • Above prices are based on double occupancy; single occupancy is available with payment of a single-occupancy supplement. Please ask for single supplement.


Our responsible tourism aspects are :

  • Most food ingredients are produced by local farmers. Meals are cooked by traditional recipes and most ingredients come from local farmers. The food is very tasty as it is grown through traditional farming methods. Lunch can be a snack, picnic or on the go.
  • Traveling in small groups, on short distances.
  • Pension owners are locals thus contributing to local economy.

SORIN ONIŞOR- Workshop Leader

sorin-onisor-romanian-photographerIn Danube Delta Photo Tour we will be with Sorin Onişor, the award winning photographer who is much appreciated for his photographing skills and his passion for rural heritage conservation in Transylvania. He is currently doing a PhD on the topic “Traditional blacksmiths in Transylvania”, has studied photography for 3 years at the Folk Art College in Timisoara, and has a bachelor in history.

As a photographer, he had tens of personal photography exhibitions in Romania. As an author, he wrote 5 books about rural Transylvanian heritage. For several years now, Sorin is a free-lance photographer and organizes photography workshops in rural Transylvania, a place he knows like the back of his palm.


If you are interested in participating this workshop/tour, please fill out the form and send your message to us. We will get back to you as soon as we receive your message.

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