There’s a good reason why Iceland is the world’s most popular destination for landscape photography. No other place offers such good return on the time and money invested. Everything and everywhere is super photogenic, the ice is an eternally dynamic element and due to the extreme latitude, golden hour lasts forever. And then there is of course the possibility of the Northern Lights, the most exciting aspect of all. I visited Iceland specifically with the purpose of scouting it for a tour and I am happy to say that I will be leading two tours to Iceland next year. The tours are identical, except that there’s a standard one that allows 10 participants and an exclusive one that only allows 6 participants. Both tours are 13 nights/14 days long, include transport, lodging, all meals, airport transfers, two glacier-cave outings and a remote waterfalls outing. For more info, follow the links below.

Have a look at CAPTUREARTH to see if I have any workshops in Iceland currently on offer