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We DO NOT PUBLISH STRICT ITINERARY AS WE WANT TO BE FLEXIBLE AND HUNT FOR EXCITING LIGHT AND LOCATIONS as mother nature leads us.

For further information, please don’t hesitate to contact me: einar@focusonnature.is 

Tony Sweet – Icelandic Odyssey Year 8 – Summerama

  • Tony Sweet
  • June 10-18, 2018
  • US $ 9,285

This is our 8th year getting lost in Iceland with Focus on Nature. Every year, we fine tune the routine and discover great, “off the beaten path locations”.

All inclusive in Iceland.

“The Magic Bus” explores areas that are impossible to get to in a standard vehicle. We carry a maximum of 8 people in our Mercedes van, where we have onboard wifi and 220V power.

Creative Discoveries in Iceland

  • Seán Duggan
  • July 7-15, 2018
  • US $ 9,285

Discover the wonders of Iceland through the creative lens of photography with fine art photographer, and digital imaging expert Seán Duggan. On this inspiring trip, limited to just eight participants, you’ll explore the spectacular landscapes of Iceland, learning to improve not only your camera technique, but also your photographic vision, and understanding of how to get the most from your images in the digital darkroom.

Chasing the Light in Iceland

  • Bobbi Lane & Lee Varis
  • September 23-30, 2018
  • US $ 9,285

We are a small nimble group of 7 photographers dedicated to finding and capturing amazing images of this most astonishing environment on the planet. We photograph remarkable views, meet locals, get up early, eat and drink well, and have a marvelous creative adventure. Flexibility is the only rule, allowing us to change direction as conditions change, so we can explore glaciers, waterfalls, lava fields, black sand beaches, mountains and canyons, picturesque churches, and incredible Icelandic horses!