Registering for the Sea-Girt Villages of Italy Photography Adventure

Dates: Wednesday October 28, 2015 (leave United States October 27) – November 11, 2015 (15 days and 14 nights). Group size: Maximum of six people. Cost: $6,495.00 per person (excluding airfare, single supplement $925.00 additional). Includes all accommodations, many meals, transportation and extras per the Itinerary and Inclusions.

First come, first served. To reserve your space on this exciting trip, you must do the following right away:

  • The trip deposit is $500. Please drop me an email if you would like to pay the deposit with a credit card and I will send you a Paypal invoice OR write a check to Harold Davis for $500. The deposit is refundable until the minimum group size is met, and I will not cash your deposit check, until the minimum group size is met.
  • Click here for the registration form. Print it, fill it out, and mail it to me.
  • Photocopy your passport photo page, and send it along with the registration form. Make sure your passport does not expire until after May 15, 2016.
  • Send an email at to let me know that you’ve mailed the registration materials with a check (or paid your deposit using Paypal).

To help me get organized, and to make sure that I can run this unique photographic tour, please mail your materials right away to:

Harold Davis
632 San Fernando Ave
Berkeley, CA 94707 
Trip overview: This once in a lifetime trip focuses on some particularly photogenic areas of Italy, and gives us time to get to know these special places so we can come home with unique imagery. We will photograph and get to know Cinque Terre, Naples, the island of Capri, and Positano and the Amalfi Coast (see Itinerary for details). Hotels (4-star where available) have been hand-selected by Harold Davis for quality, location and photogenic charm.

Please email me with any questions at Total cost for the trip is $6,495 per person ($925 single supplement) as listed on the itinerary. This includes:

  • Workshop participation with master photographer Harold Davis
  • Accommodations for 14 nights (single supplement additional)
  • Meals: 14 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 7 dinners
  • Transportation and admissions as indicated on the itinerary

The following are excluded from the trip cost:

  • International airfare to and from Italy
  • Alcohol and soft drinks at meals
  • Admissions and meals except as mentioned
  • Souvenirs and incidental expenses

$2,500 will be due March 15, 2015 and the final balance on July 31, 2015. If a credit card is used, a signed authorization form along with a photocopy of your credit card will be required. Trip insurance is very highly recommended. Click here for more information about travel insurance. Purchasing trip insurance when you make your deposit usually means that pre-existing conditions are not excluded from coverage.

REFUND POLICY: All cancellations must be in writing.The initial $500 deposit is non-refundable unless we cancel or reschedule the trip, in which case the deposit is refundable. For cancellations where the traveler is not at fault or not in violation of the terms and conditions stated herein (e.g., cancellation of the tour prior to departure), a full and prompt refund will be made for all services not provided except for the non-refundable deposit of $500. Note that there is no refund for partial or unused land arrangements declined by the traveler. The following penalties will apply: Up to June 30, 2015 – $500 per person deposit plus any unrecoverable payments to hotels, tour operators or airlines; June 30, 2015 or after – No refund.

Harold Davis is an internationally-known digital artist and award-winning professional photographer. He is the author of many photography books. His most recent titles are The Way of the Digital Photographer (Peachpit) and Monochromatic HDR Photography (Focal Press).
About Harold Davis

In addition to his activity as a bestselling book author, Harold Davis is a Moab Master printmaker and a Zeiss Lens Ambassador. Harold Davis’s work is widely collected, licensed by art publishers, and has appeared in numerous magazines and other publications. His black and white prints have been described as “hauntingly beautiful” by Fine Art Printer Magazine, and his floral prints have been called “ethereal,” with “a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual” by Popular Photography.

Harold Davis leads popular technique and destination photography workshops to many locations including Paris, France; Heidelberg, Germany; and the ancient Bristlecone Pines of the eastern Sierra Nevada.