Uniworld to Offer Floating Photography Workshop on Two Itineraries


This summer, Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection is offering guests the opportunity to take part in a Floating Photography Workshop onboard two itineraries in Italy and eastern Europe. 

Travel photographer, Mark Edward Harris will mentor and instruct guests on how to capture the essence of a particular place or moment. Known for his award-winning photographs that have appeared in Vanity Fair, Conde Nast Traveler, and LIFE, among others, Mark will offer his expertise throughout the cruise, teaching passengers the art of photography. 

The photo workshop opportunity will be offered exclusively on Uniworld's 10-day Highlights of Eastern Europe from Budapest to Bucharest, and Gems of Northern Italy from Milan to Venice on June 28 and June 16, respectively. The onboard photo workshops are complimentary with the cruise fare. Here's what's included:

  • Incentive photo assignments for each day of the cruise
  • Opportunities to shot with Mark during shore excursions 
  • Insightful tips, "cheat sheets" and one-on-one critiques 
  • Lectures on how to capture landscapes, cityscapes, portraits of locals in their environment, and how to create travel photo essays that tell a visual story.

Uniworld operates a fleet of 21 river cruising ships that cruise along the rivers of Europe, Russia, Egypt, China, India, Vietnam and Cambodia. For guests who book select itineraries by April 30, 2017, the river cruise line is currently offering complimentary stateroom upgrades and up to $1,000 per person off cruise fair when booked with air. Additionally, guests can save 10% on any 2018 cruise when paid in full at the time of booking.  

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