Spanish and photography in Granada, Andalusia
Learn the Spanish language, while discovering the city of Granada and its province through the camera.
We invite you to get to know Granada
, photographing its emblematic places, seeing at the same time unknown places in the Albaicin
or the Sacromonte
with new perspectives, views and suggestive details to portray. We also invite you to discover, to portray and live the sensations of the spectacular landscapes of the province of Granada and its surroundings, from the breathtaking peaks and deep valleys of the Sierra Nevada
, the Alpujarras with its lovely white villages, the lush vegetation and the crystal clear waters of the rivers and waterfalls of the Sierra Almijara, the labyrinths of stone of the Torcal de Antequera, the abandoned berber
villages of the Sierra de Baza and the incredible desert landscapes in the area of Guadix.
The photographic excursions include a photographic stroll through the city and a visit to the landscapes of the province, the destination will vary according to the season of the year and the weather. The fact of having a reflex camera is an advantage but never a requirement to participate. A handbook of landscape photography and compositions will be provided to the participants of the course.
Peter Manschot and his work
Of Dutch origin, has portrayed the varied landscapes of Andalusia for more than fifteen years, dedication that is materialized in the publication of five photo books of author. His way of living photography, spending many days and nights in the mountains, has given him a great knowledge about the places and their most photogenic moments (composition, light and time, atmosphere), experience he shares in the photographic journeys and workshops he offers. Photogaphy:
as a complement to a general Spanish course, 2 afternoons per week of photography accompanied by a professional photographer. Group size:
from 1 to 2 students; in the event of 2 persons enrolling for the activity, we offer a 20% discount on the price to each student. Levels:
all levels. Starting dates:
every Monday. Duration:
1 to 2 weeks. Timetable:
Tuesday and Thursday from 14.00 to 20.00 h.