Venice and Paris at Dawn

March 26, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events | Comment |
thumbnail have announced a special offer for PhotographyBLOG readers: purchase a place on one of their Venice at Dawn or Paris at Dawn workshops and receive a complimentary place on their two-day London at Dawn workshop. The Venice from Dawn to Dusk event will take place from 15th - 18th May, and their Paris from Dawn to Dusk workshop is scheduled for 19th - 22nd June. "Photographing cities at dawn is a photographer's paradise," Anthony Epes says. "We will photograph the iconic views of each city as well as discovering hidden spots and interesting characters.” For more information and to book your place, email Diana Bird at

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Special offer for Photography Blog readers: Purchase a place on one of our Venice at Dawn or Paris at Dawn workshops and receive a complimentary place on our two-day London at Dawn workshop.

Available workshops dates:

·         London at Dawn: Starts pre-dawn until 9/10am. Several weekends. May - September

·         Venice from Dawn to Dusk: May 15th - 18th 

·         Paris from Dawn to Dusk: June 19th - 22nd

Workshop description

Our photography workshops are inspired by photographer Anthony Epes's books Paris at Dawn (2013), London at Dawn (2003, republished 2013) and Venice at Dawn (Autumn 2014). The workshops focus on dawn and early morning photography - with our Paris and Venice workshops incorporating afternoon and evening photography walks also. 

Anthony will provide an intensive technical and creative training on the move through the city streets and help you create your own unique vision of each city.

“Photographing cities at dawn is a photographers paradise. The light is incredible and the city is virtually empty.  There are plentiful opportunities to create stunning images and I am always amazed at how few people take advantage of this time.

I will teach you how to photograph the dawn light - from the 'blue hour' when the sky turns from black, to deep blue and then starts to break open with sunlight. We will photograph the iconic views of each city as well as discovering hidden spots and interesting characters.” Anthony Epes  


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