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Join single- and multi-day photography workshops that take you to the country's best spots, where you capture Iceland's natural world under professional guidance.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner or a seasoned expert, photo tours are designed to improve your skills and advance your portfolio.

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Join single- and multi-day photography workshops that take you to the country's best spots, where you capture Iceland's natural world under professional guidance.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner or a seasoned expert, photo tours are designed to improve your skills and advance your portfolio.
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Instagram Photo Tour - Snaefellsnes and Kirkjufell

On this private tour, you are booking a whole car that accommodates 4 passengers. Join this unique tour and explore the most photographed places on the Snæfellsnes peninsula in West Iceland. Capture beautiful photos that are sure to get you extra many Likes and boost your social media profiles.Have you ever dreamed of capturing beautiful photos of powerful waterfalls, black sand beaches, glaciers, and the amazing Northern Lights? We can show you these fantastic sights.After being picked up at your accommodation, you will visit the black church in Búðir. This is a perfect photo location if you love minimalism in photography, thanks to the contrast of the black facade against the colours of the surrounding Icelandic landscape.Not far from Búðir lies another popular Instagram location: the charming village of Arnarstapi, with its sea cliffs and rock formations. There are a lot of platforms along the cliffs of Arnastapi from where you can take pictures of the cliffs and the waves crashing through lava arches. Walk around to find the perfect angle and make sure you have a tripod to take some fantastic long exposure shots.You will then continue through Snæfellsnes National Park where the mystical Snæfellsjökull can be found, the glacier mentioned in Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth. We will stop at Lóndrangar to admire amazing cliffs and rock formations and in Djúpalónssandur for spectacular black beaches.The absolute highlight of the tour is the majestic Kirkjufell, the most photographed mountain in Iceland. Kirkjufell—the 'church mountain'—is a trendy photo location for Instagrammers and also one of the filming locations of Game of Thrones. The features that make this mountain so unique are its conical shape and the small waterfall opposite the mountain, named Kirkjufellsfoss. By following a short path, you will be able to take the iconic shot of the waterfalls with Kirkjufell in the background.We will end our tour in charming Stykkishólmur, a picturesque town on the northern coast of the peninsula, where you will walk among colourful old Icelandic houses and take pictures of the famous red lighthouse overlooking the harbour before we head back to Reykjavík. If you take this tour during the wintertime, you might catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights on the way back.Book now and capture some of Iceland's most photogenic attractions under the guidance of experts. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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12hours
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Instagram Photo Tour – South Coast and Dakota Plane Wreck

On this private tour you are booking a whole car that accommodates 4 passengers. Join this unique tour and explore the most photographed places on Iceland's South Coast. Capture beautiful photos that are sure to get you extra many Likes and boost your social media profiles.Find out why Iceland is a photographer's heaven and why it is now one of the most popular Instagram locations in the world.In the morning, you will be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavík and head towards the first stop of the day: the magnificent Skógafoss, one of Iceland's most visited waterfalls.The most popular Instagram shot of Skógafoss is taken from the bottom with someone looking at it. In this composition, the waterfall seems even more powerful compared with the small human silhouette.You will also have time to climb up the adjacent staircase where you can take a picture from above.Next, you will visit some of the places featured in one of Justin Bieber's music videos. At Dyrhólaey archipelago, you have a fantastic view of black sand beaches, towering peaks, and the roaring Atlantic.You will then make a lunch stop close to Reynisfjara beach, which is famed for its black sands and enormous cliffs of hexagonal basalt columns.Next, you head to the picturesque town of Vík í Mýrdal, where you will photograph the Reynisdrangar sea stacks and marvel at the beautiful blue and black Sólheimajökull glacier tongue. You will have time to walk to the edge of the glacier to capture its beauty.On the way back, you make a stop at Seljalandsfoss waterfall. To secure an iconic Seljalandsfoss photograph, you will walk along a path that takes you behind the curtain of water. Make sure you bring your rainproof jacket as you are certain to get a nice shower.If you join this tour in the wintertime, you will not be able to walk behind Seljalandsfoss because of icing, but you might catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights before heading back to Reykjavik.Book now and capture Iceland's most photogenic attractions under the guidance of experts. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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12hours
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11days
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Aug. - Dec.
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14days
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Nov. - Mar.
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10 Day Photography Workshop | Highlands & South Coast

Hone your photography skills with this summer photo tour. For 10 fulfilling days, you’ll be in the company of professional photographers who will guide you through the country’s Highlands, which are only accessible during the summer months.Photographers who want to practice their craft in the land of ice and fire won’t be disappointed with this tour, whether you are a beginner or expert.You’ll master not only landscape and nature photography, capturing dramatic shots of Iceland’s volcanoes, waterfalls, valleys, and canyons, but you’ll also learn a bit about Arctic photography, exploring glaciers that extend miles into the distance.From day one, you’ll cut straight to the heart of the country: the Highlands. You’ll improve your skills at the best locations in Iceland; everywhere from the geothermal area of Landmannalaugar to Veiðivötn, a cluster of over 50 lakes in the Highlands; from the famed Svartifoss waterfall to Vatnajökull glacier, the largest ice cap in Europe.You’ll even have the exciting opportunity to capture the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon and the adjacent Diamond Beach before heading down the South Coast, to its beautiful beaches and falls. You’ll also see some of the sites that only our photo guides know about, capturing memories that will last a lifetime.You will spend each night in accommodation with a private bathroom, travel in comfortable vehicle with two seats per guest, and be given incredibly useful lessons in shooting and post-production.Book now to secure your place on this photography workshop. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
10days
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Aug. - Sep.
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14days
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Sep. - Oct.
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Duration:
11days
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Nov. - Feb.
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9days
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Oct. - Dec.
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10days
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11 Day Photography Workshop | Autumn in Iceland

Prepare for 11 days of adventure with this fantastic photography workshop capturing Iceland’s stunning natural environments under autumnal light. This is an amazing opportunity for both aspiring and professional photographers looking to heighten their skills behind the lens, as well as photography hobbyists looking to experience as many of Iceland’s impressive landscapes as possible. Iceland is a photographers paradise, a land of fiery volcanoes, glittering glaciers, cascading waterfalls and staggering mountainscapes. This gorgeous ambience is only heightened during autumn when the sun’s soft golden glow paints the country in a warm, ethereal light. You, as a participant on this 11-day workshop, will visit some of the country’s most beloved locations, including the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, the picturesque South Coast and even Vatnajökull National Park, capturing its many staggering sights as you do so. Under the tutelage of award-winning photography guides, you will learn a host of new skills and approaches to photography, making some essential contributions to your personal portfolio. You will learn techniques in timelapse, how to captures waves, sun rays and rainbows, practising your newfound skills at each site. One of the major benefits of partaking in a tour such as this is the incredible breadth of experience that you as a guest can draw from your guide. Fix on your lens and ready yourself for this fantastic 11-day photography workshop taking place in Iceland this autumn. Check availability by choosing a date.   
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11days
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Sep. - Oct.
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3days
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Family-Friendly Tour | Meet, Feed & Photograph Icelandic Horses

Meet the kind and gentle Icelandic horse on this family-friendly tour where you'll get to pet these lovely creatures and bring home some fantastic photographic memories. Animal lovers travelling in North Iceland should not let this great opportunity pass them by.The tour starts at a lovely guesthouse just outside of the northern town of Akureyri. After meeting the friendly guides, it is time to meet the friendly horses. You will be lead into the corral where you can get to know these gentle animals in a relaxed setting. The guides will tell you all about the Icelandic horse, about their five unique gaits and how they have survived in the harsh Icelandic environment for centuries, and they will be more than happy to answer any and all questions you might have about these remarkable creatures.The horses will then be taken out of the corral and into the beautiful Icelandic nature which surrounds the guesthouse. This is the perfect backdrop for photographs as the guesthouse sits on the edge of the beautiful Eyjafjörður fjord.You will have around 45 minutes to photograph these beautiful animals, so make sure you remember your camera, phone or selfie stick. The guide will find the perfect spot to create some memorable pictures of you and one of the horses, and there is even a private, black, sandy beach nearby which serves as an excellent photography location.After the photography session, you and your guides will lead the horses back to the corral where you can reward these lovely models with a nice treat; your guide will give you a piece of bread (the horses' favourite treat) which you can feed them.Before you bid farewell to the guides, you are invited to enjoy free tea, coffee or hot chocolate at the guesthouse, and relax in the onsite hot tub which overlooks the mountains and fjord.Come along on this kid-friendly tour and meet, photograph and feet the lovely Icelandic horse. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
45minutes
Available:
Jul. - Oct.
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Capture the Colours | Laugavegur Photography Tour

Take a thrilling super jeep ride into the colourful Highlands on this nature photography tour, capturing the volcanoes, rhyolite mountains and geothermal landscapes of Iceland. If you want to update your photo portfolio with otherworldly images while sightseeing incredible, untouched nature, this is the excursion for you.You begin your journey by meeting up with your local guide by Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Then, you will board your ride for the day, a specially modified super jeep capable of handling Iceland’s roughest, most mountainous terrains.You will then begin your drive towards the one and only Hekla Volcano; labelled as the gateway to hell itself by the natives some 1,000 years ago. From Hekla, you continue onwards through Dómadalur Valley, leading you to the lakes of Frostastaðavatn and Ljótipollur.Get out your tripods and snap photos to your heart’s content, of milky crater lakes nesting in red calderas and the endless stretch of Landmannalaugar’s rhyolite hills; covered in rising steam from geothermal activity and bordered by steep black lava fields.Then, you jump back in the super jeep and head to the famed Highland trail Laugavegur, dotted with cascading glacier rivers and multi-coloured mountain tops. Arriving at the valleys of Reykjadalir, prepare to photograph steaming hot vents and the azure hot springs the outlaws of old used for bathing and washing.It is then time to leave the Highland roads and head back to Route One, where you will witness the glaciers emerging out of the changing landscape. As you arrive at Emstrur Hut, you encounter the three giants of Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull and Tindafjallajökull. These magnificent ice sheets offer the panorama shot of your dreams.On your way back to base camp, make sure to leave space on your memory card behind for final pictures of Þórsmörk Valley, seen from the western side of Markarfljótsgljúfur Canyon.Don’t miss out on this close encounter with the nature of Iceland, on a scenic photography tour onboard a super jeep. Check availability by choosing a date.
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11hours
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All year
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Photography Day Tour of the Golden Circle

Join this tour to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning sights with excellent photography opportunities. Offering some of the most popular attractions in Iceland, the Golden Circle allows you to photograph geothermal areas, waterfalls, fissures, geysers and much more.You'll get picked up in Reykjavík and whisked away to the Golden Circle. This tour is designed by photographers for photographers: You’ll spend the day in the company of fellow enthusiasts with a knowledgeable expert who can help you in capturing the perfect shot.The tour highlights include (but are not limited to): Þingvellir National Park, the Geyser geothermal area in Haukadalur Valley and Gullfoss Waterfall.Þingvellir National Park is a place of great geological and cultural importance. Stand where the Viking chieftains once stood to recite the laws of the nation 1,000 years ago, and take a panoramic shot of the entire valley. Then photograph the sparkling fissures which plunge deep into the earth.If you like microphotography, capture the striations of earth layers in the gorge between the two continental plates, blades of grass or stones lining Þingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland.Geysir geothermal area is full of similar wonders, such as mud pools, steaming springs and gaseous fumeroles. Of course, you must try to catch Strokkur, the most active of the geysers, in action as it shoots boiling water out of the ground and into the air, as high as 40 m (131 ft).Gullfoss Waterfall is one of the grandest stops on the Ring Road around Iceland, and the final stop of the Golden Circle. A huge waterfall stretching across a wide gorge, it is powered by glacial meltwater. You can get great photos of the water in action as it thunders over the rocks and down into the canyon below by walking down the pathway that leads to a lovely spot directly over the falls.In addition, there are a number of pretty places, interesting cliffs, smaller waterfalls and sun-speckled meadows where you might stop to capture your memories of this day.Don’t miss this chance to take your photography skills to the next level and book this Golden Circle excursion now. Check availability by choosing a date.
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10hours
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Photography Day Tour at Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Snap a treasured photo of the beautiful scenery in Iceland on this photography day tour. This tour is ideal for every level of enthusiast, from professionals looking to hone their craft to amateurs hoping to capture something special for their mantlepiece.You’ll be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavik, to go zooming off to Snæfellsnes Peninsula. This area of Iceland is surrounded by sea with amazing cliff formations, waterfalls and extreme lava fields.The majestic volcanic peaks at the tip of the peninsula, which serve as the entrance to the netherworld in the classic novel Journey to the Center of the Earth by French author Jules Verne, provides a rugged backdrop to your photos.You’ll tour the entire peninsula and take advantage of many beautiful attractions for potential photos. These locations include (but are not limited to): Mt. Kirkjufell, Arnarstapi, Djúpalónssandur, Dritvík Bay, and more.Kirkjufell is one of the most photographed mountains in Iceland, rising from the surrounding meadow with a distinctive shape. Nearby are fields full of grazing sheep or a scenic river and waterfall you can include in your photo. Your guide will help you get the perfect angle!If you’d like to capture a still life or two, the combination of nature and human habitation at Arnastapi, a small fishing village at the foot of Mt. Stapafell, is perfect. There are plenty of austere cliffs which line the coasts, standing against the endless motion of the sea, but there are also harbour buildings gleaming white in the sun, with distinctive red roofs, and boats bobbing gently in the docks. Capture them all!Djúpalónssandur is a gorgeous beach, full of rock formations, fields giving way to black sand and finally, the ocean waves. Dritvík Bay is another place where rocks and cliffs make interesting shapes, all the better for nature or landscape photography. It was once one of the largest fishing centres in Iceland, so look for ways to capture the beauty of this bygone era in the old boats and buildings found there.Don’t miss this chance to take timeless photos of the loveliest places in Iceland and book your place now. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Midnight Sun Photography Workshop | 12-Day Circle of Iceland

Bring your photography skills to higher levels by joining this 12-day summer workshop chasing the light of the midnight sun around Iceland. If you want to capture and experience varied and stunning volcanic landscapes in the company of professional photo guides and fellow photography enthusiasts, this is an adventure not to be missed. The midnight sun is a phenomenon of the Arctic night sky, when the sunlight perpetuates throughout the night, creating a golden glow and some of the most fantastic photo opportunities you have ever encountered. Your experienced guides are professional nature and landscape photographers who will share their expertise on how to best capture the elusive and magnificent landscapes of the land of ice and fire. Be prepared to get up early and stay up late, forever bathed in light, travelling around the country to its most revered locations of the South Coast, Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Lake Mývatn, East Iceland and Vatnajökull National Park―meals, lodging and transport included. The subjects at hand are astounding; ranging from black sand beaches and lava fields to glacier lagoons, nature reserves, volcanoes and waterfalls. This season is also when the North Atlantic Puffin is busy nesting all over the country, enabling you to visit lively seabird colonies for fantastical wildlife photography. Don’t miss out on this incredible adventure of embarking on a professional photo workshop around Iceland during the period of the midnight sun; participating in an annual excursion during an unforgettable journey. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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12days
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May. - Jul.
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13days
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Jul. - Aug.
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9-Day Winter Photography Workshop | North Iceland

Sharpen your skills and capture unreal landscapes on this nine-day winter photo workshop. You'll join a professional landscape photographer for an adventure you'll never forget in North Iceland and Snæfellsnes Peninsula.You‘ll be travelling off the beaten track, towards the wild nature of Iceland, experiencing and capturing majestic mountains, mighty waterfalls, and amazing rock formations. You'll also have a great chance of shooting the blazing Northern Lights as they illuminate the Arctic sky.This is an opportunity to witness and photograph some of the world's greatest scenery, as well as to develop your skills and portfolio. Regardless of if you are an aspirational amateur or a polished professional, you will no doubt refine your photography, and take it to the next level.In winter, fewer travellers head to north Iceland, so its incredible sites, such as the rock monolith Hvítserkur, the waterfall Goðafoss and the geothermal areas of Námaskarð Pass have far fewer crowds. This will help you create the compositions you desire for your photographs, and let you see the nature of this country as it is meant to be seen.All transfers, accommodations and meals are sorted for you prior to your arrival, so while you are here, all you need to focus on is developing your skills and enjoying your holiday.Catch some incredible photographs of Iceland's many wonders. See the daily itinerary below and check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
9days
Available:
Feb. - Dec.
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Greenland Sailing | 10-Day Photography Workshop

Capture the majestic sceneries of Greenland on this 10-day photo expedition, from Reykjavík to the rugged wilderness of Scoresby Sound. If you want the chance to photograph another world of untouched natural wonders, this professionally-guided workshop is the excursion for you. Your adventure begins in Iceland’s capital, where you will meet your guides and the rest of your travel companions for a night out before boarding a plane to Constable Point the following day, spending the next week trailing through the pristine natural wonders of East Greenland.Despite being the largest island on the planet, Greenland is still the least densely populated country in the world, meaning its otherworldly nature is impeccably untouched. The workshop takes place in high summer, which is the best time to explore these wild grounds due to the weather being agreeable and the days long; basked in the golden glow of the midnight sun.This period’s ethereal light casts its warm and magical rays upon the primaeval terrain with picture-perfect results, allowing for photo opportunities that are out of this world. Unique Arctic vegetation, massive floating icebergs, spectacular glacier formations and even whale sightings are but a fraction of the subjects at hand, allowing you to bring your photography skills to whole new levels. Few roads are paved between the communities of Greenland, which is why the majority of your travelling will be aboard the silent seafaring vessel MS Donna Wood, as well as capable zodiac boats, allowing you to thoroughly explore the magnificent nature of the fjords of Scoresby Sound. Don’t hesitate to secure your spot now in this incredible and unique photo workshop from Iceland to Greenland and back, to capture sceneries you have never before witnessed during an unforgettable adventure. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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10days
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Jul. - Sep.
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Photo Tours

Join single- and multi-day photography workshops that take you to the country's best spots, where you capture Iceland's natural world under professional guidance.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner or a seasoned expert, photo tours are designed to improve your skills and advance your portfolio.

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Photo Tours

Join single- and multi-day photography workshops that take you to the country's best spots, where you capture Iceland's natural world under professional guidance.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner or a seasoned expert, photo tours are designed to improve your skills and advance your portfolio.
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Instagram Photo Tour - Snaefellsnes and Kirkjufell

On this private tour, you are booking a whole car that accommodates 4 passengers. Join this unique tour and explore the most photographed places on the Snæfellsnes peninsula in West Iceland. Capture beautiful photos that are sure to get you extra many Likes and boost your social media profiles.Have you ever dreamed of capturing beautiful photos of powerful waterfalls, black sand beaches, glaciers, and the amazing Northern Lights? We can show you these fantastic sights.After being picked up at your accommodation, you will visit the black church in Búðir. This is a perfect photo location if you love minimalism in photography, thanks to the contrast of the black facade against the colours of the surrounding Icelandic landscape.Not far from Búðir lies another popular Instagram location: the charming village of Arnarstapi, with its sea cliffs and rock formations. There are a lot of platforms along the cliffs of Arnastapi from where you can take pictures of the cliffs and the waves crashing through lava arches. Walk around to find the perfect angle and make sure you have a tripod to take some fantastic long exposure shots.You will then continue through Snæfellsnes National Park where the mystical Snæfellsjökull can be found, the glacier mentioned in Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth. We will stop at Lóndrangar to admire amazing cliffs and rock formations and in Djúpalónssandur for spectacular black beaches.The absolute highlight of the tour is the majestic Kirkjufell, the most photographed mountain in Iceland. Kirkjufell—the 'church mountain'—is a trendy photo location for Instagrammers and also one of the filming locations of Game of Thrones. The features that make this mountain so unique are its conical shape and the small waterfall opposite the mountain, named Kirkjufellsfoss. By following a short path, you will be able to take the iconic shot of the waterfalls with Kirkjufell in the background.We will end our tour in charming Stykkishólmur, a picturesque town on the northern coast of the peninsula, where you will walk among colourful old Icelandic houses and take pictures of the famous red lighthouse overlooking the harbour before we head back to Reykjavík. If you take this tour during the wintertime, you might catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights on the way back.Book now and capture some of Iceland's most photogenic attractions under the guidance of experts. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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12hours
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Instagram Photo Tour – South Coast and Dakota Plane Wreck

On this private tour you are booking a whole car that accommodates 4 passengers. Join this unique tour and explore the most photographed places on Iceland's South Coast. Capture beautiful photos that are sure to get you extra many Likes and boost your social media profiles.Find out why Iceland is a photographer's heaven and why it is now one of the most popular Instagram locations in the world.In the morning, you will be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavík and head towards the first stop of the day: the magnificent Skógafoss, one of Iceland's most visited waterfalls.The most popular Instagram shot of Skógafoss is taken from the bottom with someone looking at it. In this composition, the waterfall seems even more powerful compared with the small human silhouette.You will also have time to climb up the adjacent staircase where you can take a picture from above.Next, you will visit some of the places featured in one of Justin Bieber's music videos. At Dyrhólaey archipelago, you have a fantastic view of black sand beaches, towering peaks, and the roaring Atlantic.You will then make a lunch stop close to Reynisfjara beach, which is famed for its black sands and enormous cliffs of hexagonal basalt columns.Next, you head to the picturesque town of Vík í Mýrdal, where you will photograph the Reynisdrangar sea stacks and marvel at the beautiful blue and black Sólheimajökull glacier tongue. You will have time to walk to the edge of the glacier to capture its beauty.On the way back, you make a stop at Seljalandsfoss waterfall. To secure an iconic Seljalandsfoss photograph, you will walk along a path that takes you behind the curtain of water. Make sure you bring your rainproof jacket as you are certain to get a nice shower.If you join this tour in the wintertime, you will not be able to walk behind Seljalandsfoss because of icing, but you might catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights before heading back to Reykjavik.Book now and capture Iceland's most photogenic attractions under the guidance of experts. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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11days
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10 Day Photography Workshop | Highlands & South Coast

Hone your photography skills with this summer photo tour. For 10 fulfilling days, you’ll be in the company of professional photographers who will guide you through the country’s Highlands, which are only accessible during the summer months.Photographers who want to practice their craft in the land of ice and fire won’t be disappointed with this tour, whether you are a beginner or expert.You’ll master not only landscape and nature photography, capturing dramatic shots of Iceland’s volcanoes, waterfalls, valleys, and canyons, but you’ll also learn a bit about Arctic photography, exploring glaciers that extend miles into the distance.From day one, you’ll cut straight to the heart of the country: the Highlands. You’ll improve your skills at the best locations in Iceland; everywhere from the geothermal area of Landmannalaugar to Veiðivötn, a cluster of over 50 lakes in the Highlands; from the famed Svartifoss waterfall to Vatnajökull glacier, the largest ice cap in Europe.You’ll even have the exciting opportunity to capture the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon and the adjacent Diamond Beach before heading down the South Coast, to its beautiful beaches and falls. You’ll also see some of the sites that only our photo guides know about, capturing memories that will last a lifetime.You will spend each night in accommodation with a private bathroom, travel in comfortable vehicle with two seats per guest, and be given incredibly useful lessons in shooting and post-production.Book now to secure your place on this photography workshop. Check availability by choosing a date.
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10days
Available:
Aug. - Sep.
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14days
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11days
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10days
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11 Day Photography Workshop | Autumn in Iceland

Prepare for 11 days of adventure with this fantastic photography workshop capturing Iceland’s stunning natural environments under autumnal light. This is an amazing opportunity for both aspiring and professional photographers looking to heighten their skills behind the lens, as well as photography hobbyists looking to experience as many of Iceland’s impressive landscapes as possible. Iceland is a photographers paradise, a land of fiery volcanoes, glittering glaciers, cascading waterfalls and staggering mountainscapes. This gorgeous ambience is only heightened during autumn when the sun’s soft golden glow paints the country in a warm, ethereal light. You, as a participant on this 11-day workshop, will visit some of the country’s most beloved locations, including the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, the picturesque South Coast and even Vatnajökull National Park, capturing its many staggering sights as you do so. Under the tutelage of award-winning photography guides, you will learn a host of new skills and approaches to photography, making some essential contributions to your personal portfolio. You will learn techniques in timelapse, how to captures waves, sun rays and rainbows, practising your newfound skills at each site. One of the major benefits of partaking in a tour such as this is the incredible breadth of experience that you as a guest can draw from your guide. Fix on your lens and ready yourself for this fantastic 11-day photography workshop taking place in Iceland this autumn. Check availability by choosing a date.   
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11days
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Sep. - Oct.
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Family-Friendly Tour | Meet, Feed & Photograph Icelandic Horses

Meet the kind and gentle Icelandic horse on this family-friendly tour where you'll get to pet these lovely creatures and bring home some fantastic photographic memories. Animal lovers travelling in North Iceland should not let this great opportunity pass them by.The tour starts at a lovely guesthouse just outside of the northern town of Akureyri. After meeting the friendly guides, it is time to meet the friendly horses. You will be lead into the corral where you can get to know these gentle animals in a relaxed setting. The guides will tell you all about the Icelandic horse, about their five unique gaits and how they have survived in the harsh Icelandic environment for centuries, and they will be more than happy to answer any and all questions you might have about these remarkable creatures.The horses will then be taken out of the corral and into the beautiful Icelandic nature which surrounds the guesthouse. This is the perfect backdrop for photographs as the guesthouse sits on the edge of the beautiful Eyjafjörður fjord.You will have around 45 minutes to photograph these beautiful animals, so make sure you remember your camera, phone or selfie stick. The guide will find the perfect spot to create some memorable pictures of you and one of the horses, and there is even a private, black, sandy beach nearby which serves as an excellent photography location.After the photography session, you and your guides will lead the horses back to the corral where you can reward these lovely models with a nice treat; your guide will give you a piece of bread (the horses' favourite treat) which you can feed them.Before you bid farewell to the guides, you are invited to enjoy free tea, coffee or hot chocolate at the guesthouse, and relax in the onsite hot tub which overlooks the mountains and fjord.Come along on this kid-friendly tour and meet, photograph and feet the lovely Icelandic horse. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
45minutes
Available:
Jul. - Oct.
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Capture the Colours | Laugavegur Photography Tour

Take a thrilling super jeep ride into the colourful Highlands on this nature photography tour, capturing the volcanoes, rhyolite mountains and geothermal landscapes of Iceland. If you want to update your photo portfolio with otherworldly images while sightseeing incredible, untouched nature, this is the excursion for you.You begin your journey by meeting up with your local guide by Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Then, you will board your ride for the day, a specially modified super jeep capable of handling Iceland’s roughest, most mountainous terrains.You will then begin your drive towards the one and only Hekla Volcano; labelled as the gateway to hell itself by the natives some 1,000 years ago. From Hekla, you continue onwards through Dómadalur Valley, leading you to the lakes of Frostastaðavatn and Ljótipollur.Get out your tripods and snap photos to your heart’s content, of milky crater lakes nesting in red calderas and the endless stretch of Landmannalaugar’s rhyolite hills; covered in rising steam from geothermal activity and bordered by steep black lava fields.Then, you jump back in the super jeep and head to the famed Highland trail Laugavegur, dotted with cascading glacier rivers and multi-coloured mountain tops. Arriving at the valleys of Reykjadalir, prepare to photograph steaming hot vents and the azure hot springs the outlaws of old used for bathing and washing.It is then time to leave the Highland roads and head back to Route One, where you will witness the glaciers emerging out of the changing landscape. As you arrive at Emstrur Hut, you encounter the three giants of Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull and Tindafjallajökull. These magnificent ice sheets offer the panorama shot of your dreams.On your way back to base camp, make sure to leave space on your memory card behind for final pictures of Þórsmörk Valley, seen from the western side of Markarfljótsgljúfur Canyon.Don’t miss out on this close encounter with the nature of Iceland, on a scenic photography tour onboard a super jeep. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
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Photography Day Tour of the Golden Circle

Join this tour to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning sights with excellent photography opportunities. Offering some of the most popular attractions in Iceland, the Golden Circle allows you to photograph geothermal areas, waterfalls, fissures, geysers and much more.You'll get picked up in Reykjavík and whisked away to the Golden Circle. This tour is designed by photographers for photographers: You’ll spend the day in the company of fellow enthusiasts with a knowledgeable expert who can help you in capturing the perfect shot.The tour highlights include (but are not limited to): Þingvellir National Park, the Geyser geothermal area in Haukadalur Valley and Gullfoss Waterfall.Þingvellir National Park is a place of great geological and cultural importance. Stand where the Viking chieftains once stood to recite the laws of the nation 1,000 years ago, and take a panoramic shot of the entire valley. Then photograph the sparkling fissures which plunge deep into the earth.If you like microphotography, capture the striations of earth layers in the gorge between the two continental plates, blades of grass or stones lining Þingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland.Geysir geothermal area is full of similar wonders, such as mud pools, steaming springs and gaseous fumeroles. Of course, you must try to catch Strokkur, the most active of the geysers, in action as it shoots boiling water out of the ground and into the air, as high as 40 m (131 ft).Gullfoss Waterfall is one of the grandest stops on the Ring Road around Iceland, and the final stop of the Golden Circle. A huge waterfall stretching across a wide gorge, it is powered by glacial meltwater. You can get great photos of the water in action as it thunders over the rocks and down into the canyon below by walking down the pathway that leads to a lovely spot directly over the falls.In addition, there are a number of pretty places, interesting cliffs, smaller waterfalls and sun-speckled meadows where you might stop to capture your memories of this day.Don’t miss this chance to take your photography skills to the next level and book this Golden Circle excursion now. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Photography Day Tour at Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Snap a treasured photo of the beautiful scenery in Iceland on this photography day tour. This tour is ideal for every level of enthusiast, from professionals looking to hone their craft to amateurs hoping to capture something special for their mantlepiece.You’ll be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavik, to go zooming off to Snæfellsnes Peninsula. This area of Iceland is surrounded by sea with amazing cliff formations, waterfalls and extreme lava fields.The majestic volcanic peaks at the tip of the peninsula, which serve as the entrance to the netherworld in the classic novel Journey to the Center of the Earth by French author Jules Verne, provides a rugged backdrop to your photos.You’ll tour the entire peninsula and take advantage of many beautiful attractions for potential photos. These locations include (but are not limited to): Mt. Kirkjufell, Arnarstapi, Djúpalónssandur, Dritvík Bay, and more.Kirkjufell is one of the most photographed mountains in Iceland, rising from the surrounding meadow with a distinctive shape. Nearby are fields full of grazing sheep or a scenic river and waterfall you can include in your photo. Your guide will help you get the perfect angle!If you’d like to capture a still life or two, the combination of nature and human habitation at Arnastapi, a small fishing village at the foot of Mt. Stapafell, is perfect. There are plenty of austere cliffs which line the coasts, standing against the endless motion of the sea, but there are also harbour buildings gleaming white in the sun, with distinctive red roofs, and boats bobbing gently in the docks. Capture them all!Djúpalónssandur is a gorgeous beach, full of rock formations, fields giving way to black sand and finally, the ocean waves. Dritvík Bay is another place where rocks and cliffs make interesting shapes, all the better for nature or landscape photography. It was once one of the largest fishing centres in Iceland, so look for ways to capture the beauty of this bygone era in the old boats and buildings found there.Don’t miss this chance to take timeless photos of the loveliest places in Iceland and book your place now. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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Midnight Sun Photography Workshop | 12-Day Circle of Iceland

Bring your photography skills to higher levels by joining this 12-day summer workshop chasing the light of the midnight sun around Iceland. If you want to capture and experience varied and stunning volcanic landscapes in the company of professional photo guides and fellow photography enthusiasts, this is an adventure not to be missed. The midnight sun is a phenomenon of the Arctic night sky, when the sunlight perpetuates throughout the night, creating a golden glow and some of the most fantastic photo opportunities you have ever encountered. Your experienced guides are professional nature and landscape photographers who will share their expertise on how to best capture the elusive and magnificent landscapes of the land of ice and fire. Be prepared to get up early and stay up late, forever bathed in light, travelling around the country to its most revered locations of the South Coast, Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Lake Mývatn, East Iceland and Vatnajökull National Park―meals, lodging and transport included. The subjects at hand are astounding; ranging from black sand beaches and lava fields to glacier lagoons, nature reserves, volcanoes and waterfalls. This season is also when the North Atlantic Puffin is busy nesting all over the country, enabling you to visit lively seabird colonies for fantastical wildlife photography. Don’t miss out on this incredible adventure of embarking on a professional photo workshop around Iceland during the period of the midnight sun; participating in an annual excursion during an unforgettable journey. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
12days
Available:
May. - Jul.
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Duration:
13days
Available:
Jul. - Aug.
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9-Day Winter Photography Workshop | North Iceland

Sharpen your skills and capture unreal landscapes on this nine-day winter photo workshop. You'll join a professional landscape photographer for an adventure you'll never forget in North Iceland and Snæfellsnes Peninsula.You‘ll be travelling off the beaten track, towards the wild nature of Iceland, experiencing and capturing majestic mountains, mighty waterfalls, and amazing rock formations. You'll also have a great chance of shooting the blazing Northern Lights as they illuminate the Arctic sky.This is an opportunity to witness and photograph some of the world's greatest scenery, as well as to develop your skills and portfolio. Regardless of if you are an aspirational amateur or a polished professional, you will no doubt refine your photography, and take it to the next level.In winter, fewer travellers head to north Iceland, so its incredible sites, such as the rock monolith Hvítserkur, the waterfall Goðafoss and the geothermal areas of Námaskarð Pass have far fewer crowds. This will help you create the compositions you desire for your photographs, and let you see the nature of this country as it is meant to be seen.All transfers, accommodations and meals are sorted for you prior to your arrival, so while you are here, all you need to focus on is developing your skills and enjoying your holiday.Catch some incredible photographs of Iceland's many wonders. See the daily itinerary below and check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
9days
Available:
Feb. - Dec.
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Greenland Sailing | 10-Day Photography Workshop

Capture the majestic sceneries of Greenland on this 10-day photo expedition, from Reykjavík to the rugged wilderness of Scoresby Sound. If you want the chance to photograph another world of untouched natural wonders, this professionally-guided workshop is the excursion for you. Your adventure begins in Iceland’s capital, where you will meet your guides and the rest of your travel companions for a night out before boarding a plane to Constable Point the following day, spending the next week trailing through the pristine natural wonders of East Greenland.Despite being the largest island on the planet, Greenland is still the least densely populated country in the world, meaning its otherworldly nature is impeccably untouched. The workshop takes place in high summer, which is the best time to explore these wild grounds due to the weather being agreeable and the days long; basked in the golden glow of the midnight sun.This period’s ethereal light casts its warm and magical rays upon the primaeval terrain with picture-perfect results, allowing for photo opportunities that are out of this world. Unique Arctic vegetation, massive floating icebergs, spectacular glacier formations and even whale sightings are but a fraction of the subjects at hand, allowing you to bring your photography skills to whole new levels. Few roads are paved between the communities of Greenland, which is why the majority of your travelling will be aboard the silent seafaring vessel MS Donna Wood, as well as capable zodiac boats, allowing you to thoroughly explore the magnificent nature of the fjords of Scoresby Sound. Don’t hesitate to secure your spot now in this incredible and unique photo workshop from Iceland to Greenland and back, to capture sceneries you have never before witnessed during an unforgettable adventure. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
10days
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
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Join single- and multi-day photography workshops that take you to the country's best spots, where you capture Iceland's natural world under professional guidance.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner or a seasoned expert, photo tours are designed to improve your skills and advance your portfolio.

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Photo Tours

Join single- and multi-day photography workshops that take you to the country's best spots, where you capture Iceland's natural world under professional guidance.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner or a seasoned expert, photo tours are designed to improve your skills and advance your portfolio.
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