|Period: 14th July – 26th July
Number of participants
Minimum number for course activation: 6.
Maximum number of participants: 12.
Cost: 2.995,00 Euro
Flight ticket and visa are not included.
The fare includes:
All breakfasts, lunches and dinners, sleeping arrangements, parks fees, transport costs, lecture and guides fee, insurance*, donation to the community.
Flight ticket, visa, transport from the airport to the pickup point, extra soft drinks and snacks, laundry service, internet and phone costs.
The first step is to send an email to
to verify the availability.
Once the availability is confirmed, it is required to fill a participation form and to pay a 40% deposit (1.198,00 Euro).
The 60% (1.797,00 Euro) balance is due two weeks before the beginning of the course.
Enrollment must be done between the 1st of May 2013 and the 30th of June 2013.
Deposit is nonrefundable in case of cancellation. However it is possible to change the name of the participant with no additional charge.
Basic use of cameras and understanding of basic principles of photography.
Each participant is required to bring its own camera and equipment.
Additional professional equipment (lighting systems) will be at the student’s disposal.
Lecturer: Carlo Mari
Web site: www.carlomaristudio.com
Facebook: CARLO MARI FOTOGRAFO
Eclectic reportage, fashion and commercial photographer who started his career with wildlife and travel reportages.
He travelled extensively across the world, but he is particularly in love with Africa.
A long lasting collaboration with “The Harvill Press” of London resulted in the publication of two important books on eastern Africa wilderness: “The Great Migration” and “Pink Africa”.
He also published many other books regarding East Africa and particularly Kenya and Tanzania: “SAFARI” ( F&T, 2002), in collaboration with Kuki Gallmann; “Animal Man” (2003); “My Africa” (2004) and “Io Maasai” (2005) a book on the Maasai population of Mkuru.