Pixcube is back in the UNESCO Dolomites with three photography workshops
Pixcube has organised three photography workshops for summer 2016 in conjunction with the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation which will focus on the National Parks of Sciliar Catinaccio, Tre Cime and Dolomiti d’Ampezzo.
The aim of these events, organised and run by Pixcube.it, is to heighten awareness of how different the territories in the UNESCO Dolomites actually are through photography, as the effectiveness of the promotion and enhancement of the UNESCO Dolomites site depends to a large extent on the production and proper use of images which, in today’s world, are an essential part of the information process.
Sponsored by the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation
The decision by the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation to sponsor the Pixcube.it event is in line with its push to improve the quality of the digital material published in today’s new media. Nowadays digital images and, as a result, the content published with them, achieve visibility and significance through social media, so it is important that the quality of these images reflects the values of the territories, focussing on the sustainable management of the World Heritage for the benefit of future generations.
Workshop in the Sciliar Catinaccio Natural Park
An opportunity to admire and ‘philologically’ study the legendary Dolomites Alpenglow. Wuhnleger and Val Ciamin. Lake Carezza.
Workshop in the Tre Cime Natural Park
What better training ground in the Tre Cime di Lavaredo Natural Park than the Tre Cime plateau, Monte Paterno and the Laghi dei Piani lakes?
Workshop in the Dolomiti d’Ampezzo Natural Park
Celebrate the landscapes of Alpe di Lerosa, RaStua and Limides.
Message from Pixcube.it
The photography workshops are open to both beginners who will quickly pick up the techniques thanks to the truly breathtaking and stimulating setting, and more expert photographers who will be accompanied by selected professionals. Participants should be familiar with the basics of their cameras. Any camera can be used during the workshops.
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