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The “Stodl 34” is the perfect venue for workshops, seminars and events in South Tyrol.

In spring 2019 we opened a seminar and creative room in our old chicken run, once located in a part of the barn. It features a multifunctional interior with modern technology and even a small kitchen. The location of this seminar room and the farm’s postal address, no. 34, led to its name: “Stodl 34”. The large picture window offers views of the beautiful natural surroundings of the Schnalstal Valley, while you can take a break next to the small pond directly in front of the seminar room or even visit the calves next door.

The room can not only be booked for company workshops and team events, but also for private functions such as birthdays, anniversaries or film evenings. Together with our partners we also organise various themed workshops such as photo workshops.


Is your passion for photography? Do you want to improve your knowledge, but don’t feel like attending a dry workshop in a stuffy seminar room? Do you love travelling, distinctive accommodation and traditional cuisine? Then we have the very thing: take a weekend trip to South Tyrol and learn the most important basics of professional photography (theory and practice) with the help of professional photographer Tobias Brummer from TIMEBILD Studio.

You will learn the tips and tricks of modern photography on guided walks through the Schnalstal Valley: how to select attractive perspectives, how to use natural or existing light sources, how to best show off the beauty of nature and how to get the most out of your camera. Informative discussion groups, stimulating dialogues, tasty South Tyrolean specialties and accommodation between centuries-old walls all turn this photo workshop into an unforgettable experience.


Duration: 3 days
Price: € 599.00 in double room | € 649.00 in single room

  • 2 nights at the 700-year-old Oberniederhof
  • Full board with organic farm produce (breakfast, lunch, dinner & non-alcoholic drinks)
  • Guided photo walks through the beautiful Schnalstal Valley
  • Basic photography concepts: (photo systems, full format, APS-C, crop factor, aperture, focal length, etc.), relationship between aperture/focal length/exposure time/ISO
  • Introduction to image processing
  • Convivial evenings with South Tyrolean specialties and educational discussions
  • Camera with manual setting options, memory cards, batteries & operating instructions
  • If available, remote release, filters, tripod and laptop
  • Weather-appropriate hiking clothes and sturdy hiking footwear

min. 4 people, max. 8 people

Availability and individual dates on request. Day workshops without overnight stay are also possible on request.

Arrive independently up until 7:00 p.m.
Welcome aperitif and dinner together with specialties from the farm, getting to know each other and discussing the topic: “What do you expect? What can you expect?” Meet outside by the Oberniederhof’s small pond if the weather is fine, otherwise in our newly opened “Stodl 34” creative and seminar room, located in the farm’s 500-year-old barn.

A healthy start to the day with a breakfast basket containing our own organic produce delivered directly to your apartment. We then meet in “Stodl 34” for the first part, theory: “An introduction to photo basics” with an equipment check. After a snack lunch together (outdoors if the weather is fine) we will go on a guided photo walk with TIMEBILD Studio through the Schnalstal Valley, where you can put into practice the theory learned in the morning. We then all meet up for a barbecue evening back at the farm. Our chef will personally grill South Tyrolean delicacies for you, and drinks are of course served. We discuss your works together and you will receive useful tips and tricks.

After breakfasting in the apartment, you can take photos outdoors; there follows a relaxed introduction to digital image processing and a presentation of various editing and archiving programs. After lunch together at the farm, we move on to the presentation, discussion and awarding of the “best photo”. Everyone will of course receive a certificate of attendance and the winner of the “best photo” will receive a special prize. The course ends around 3:00 p.m.