The main goal of my workshops in landscape photography is to tailor them to the needs and abilities of each photographer taking part in them. The landscapes of eastern Poland, from the north to the south, with its diversity of form, light, changing seasons will be the playground for my workshops. Technical and esthetical problems will rise up depending on the situation and abilities of the photographers. I rather prefer to tackle with situations that come unexpectedly in the course of the workshops, then to adjust and adapt situations to a theoretical plan conceived before. Each kind of landscape has its own secrets and hidden beauty which needs different esthetical and technical approach.

I want to give you the most of my 30 years of experience in landscape photography.

I want to show photographers the other Poland, the country and landscapes off the beaten tourist track: the borderlands of eastern Poland, a real pearl for the landscape photographer.


Suwalskie. A land of lakes, big and small, hidden among hills and fields. A land of Poles and Lithuanian. The Wigry National Park and the Suwalski Landscape Park are considered one the most beautiful in the polish lowlands.

Podlasie . The diversity of this region and especially its eastern part is astonishing. I want to take you to a part of it (from Sokółka to in the north to Jałówka in the south) once inhabited by large numbers of farmers, but now due to industrialization and mass migration to cities, almost desolated. Lonely villages with no farmers, fields changing to grasslands, big skies above the vast wilderness. The land of Catholics, Orthodox followers and polish Muslims.

Białowieża Forest and Knyszyńska Forest. Vast forests with changing landscapes and varied flora and fauna. Beautiful in every season. The last wilderness in Europe and the homeland of the polish bison (żubr). Supraśl a town hidden in the woods, the site of a wonderful, fortified medieval orthodox monastery and church.

Mielnik and the river Bug. This is the place, where I live. An old historical village situated on the high riverside bank of the wild river Bug. The landscape here, due to the work of the glacier, is differential: woods, fields, meadows, lonely country roads and the wild river Bug snacking around from Terespol to Drohiczyn (The River Bug Landscape Park)

Roztocze. A wonderful blend of forests with rapid rivers and streams and rolling strips of farmland. Among them, villages and old towns and the pearl of polish renaissance - Zamość.

Bieszczady and Beskid Niski. Mountains, once densely populated, now wild, with beautiful mountain pastures, where one can really feel the wind of freedom. Sites of villages, which no more exist, small orthodox wooden churches, war cementeries from WWI. Here, among mountains and hills one of the biggest battles of WW I, The Gorlice-Tarnów Offensive, took place. This is the site of the Bieszczady National Park.