Different cultures, hosting people and beautiful landscapes provide new experiences, excite the imagination, promote creativity, and provide a deeper appreciation of the world which we live in.

Whether they travel abroad or in the wide courtyard of Greece, students are immersed in another culture, inspired to explore new ways to revitalize their work and personal style with energy and a renewed perspective.

The aim of the programs is that the participants, in addition to an unforgettable experience, will be able to capture the character of the place they visit, imprinting their experiences and feelings in their pictures. Beginners and experienced photographers can participate, depending on the subject by booking their spot before the deadline provided.

Nature Trip: Kerkini Lake


The ultimate photographic experience for the lovers of nature-landscape photography as well as the longest and favorite travel program of the school! A photographic trip to the wetland of Lake Kerkini, the natural refuge of migratory birds and water buffalos living on its banks. During this workshop we will search for the best shots from sunrise until sunset.  The workshop includes suggestions on the visual and technical approach to the subject, personal advice and guidance.

Morocco: From Atlas to the Atlantic


From the peaks of the High Atlas to the Atlantic Ocean dunes, this travelogue was designed according to the aims of the photographer-traveler and offers a comprehensive overview of the exceptionally diverse landscape and exciting South Moroccan culture. Morocco is a country with somber diversity, warm hospitality and hundreds of faces. Everything is ready to welcome all those who are looking for yet another photo adventure!

Travel Photography in Tyrnavos: Under the Rhythm of Cauldrons


Tsipouro and Tyrnavos are two words that go hand in hand in the Greek folk tradition and during the period of distillation everything moves according to the “kazanaria” rhythms. Locals and visitors get to be a big company and on Saturday nights they enjoy drinking the new tsipouro which flows abundantly. In this travelogue, the participants will photograph the “Tyrnavian” way of life, their people and their traditions, under the guidance of the photojournalist and wine expert Maro Kouri.