Photo Workshops in Iceland
We take the word “workshop” seriously. We believe that in addition to being a rewarding experience in a beautiful and remote environment, a photography workshop should be a program which participants leave having taken a step or two up the creative or technical ladders in the field of photography.
Each workshop is different. Our instructors are different and each group is different. We believe that during a workshop each person is equally important to bring out great group chemistry and contribute to a successful outcome.
We DO NOT PUBLISH STRICT ITINERARY AS WE WANT TO BE FLEXIBLE AND HUNT FOR EXCITING LIGHT AND LOCATIONS as mother nature leads us.
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- Terry White
- July 9 - 15, 2017
- US $ 8,135 - Booking closed
Portrait and travel photographer, educator, and Adobe Certified Expert Terry White returns to Iceland to lead an amazing exclusive photographic adventure. This event will be limited to small group so that you can have one-on-one time with Terry as well as have an unprecedented journey to many exclusive locations that are off the beaten tourist path. This group will be limited to 5 participants. Not only will you have the opportunity to capture some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, you’ll have access to experts to help you with the right camera settings and tips on post processing to make your images look even better. While it’s great to get the images that people would expect you to get, we’ll also focus on the getting those images that make you say WOW!
- Tony Sweet
- Sept 24 - 30, 2017
- US $ 7,975 - 2 SPOTS LEFT
For those who are enthralled by images of the Aurora Borealis, here’s your chance to get your own images and much more. That is why we time this workshop during an equinox. We get the best of both, Icelandic autumn and hunting for auroras. The nights are getting long, which increases our chances of viewing and photographing these astronomical phenomenon. We will have a camera settings session so that we don’t miss a shot.