Uzbekistan Photography Tour & workshop

Amazing architecture and fascinating people

An eleven-photography tour of the stunning country of Uzbekistan

Join me for my fabulous Uzbekistan photography tour and workshop in central Asia. The photo tour is centred on the travel aspect of photography where we will concentrate on both the stunning architecture of Uzbekistan as well as the people we meet on our journey.

Tour details

Basic information

Group size

Max 5

Duration

11 nights/ 12 days

Price

€5495

Fitness Level

Low to Medium

Our base

Various 4 star hotel accommodation

Travel photography

In late September and early October, the intense heat of the summer has passed. The temperatures at this time of year average in the early 20s so our days during the photography tour will be comfortable. So we’ll be free to concentrate on getting stunning travel imagery documenting this beautiful country in Central Asia.

The old city of Khiva, Uzbekistan
The old city of Khiva, Uzbekistan
A woman weaves silk in the Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan
A woman weaves silk in the Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan

Colourful characters

A typical day on our tour will see us photograph the architectural wonders in the city before heading back for breakfast. From here we’ll then spend our time concentrating on the travel aspect of the photography tour. From the people to the various street scenes we’ll encounter you’ll be sure to come back with a whole raft of imagery. We’ll also make time to review our imagery and run through the processing of them too.

Photography techniques covered during the workshop

  • Exposure and understanding of how to get the best out of the light
  • Composition techniques to create balanced images
  • Lens choice and focal length. Typically people head for the wide-angle in a landscape but up in the mountains telephoto lenses are also heavily used.
  • Panoramic photography. How to best compose the beautiful panoramas that we'll see during the photography tour
  • Using Adobe Lightroom or Camera Raw to process our images
  • Using luminosity masks in Adobe Photoshop
  • Colour correction
  • Stitching panoramic images

Get an insight into Uzbekistan