Photography Workshop South Iceland

Versione in Italiano

Iceland Wonders

a Landscape Photography workshop with Alessio Andreani and Francesco Gola

25th March – 1st April 2017

Photographic course south Iceland

Workshop in Iceland – Vík, Höfn, Jökulsárlón

This workshop in South Iceland is for people who love wild nature, Iceland is one of the most amazing scenery of the world, and you can take photos there with two experienced and passionate landscape photographers. We’ll bring you to photograph the amazing cliffs of Vík, the glacier lagoon, waterfalls, Stokksnes, the beach of the icebergs and, if we are lucky, the Northern Lights. You’ll learn how to find the best composition and how to use creatively the shutter speed, the different focal lengths and how to catch in photographs the Northern Lights. There are trips you want to do, and then there is Iceland, the trip you can’t miss!

The photography course in South Iceland is sponsored by NiSi Filters, there will be plenty of filters and holders to try and understand how to use them during the photoshoots.

Workshop South Iceland Glacier Lagoon

Workshop in Iceland – Schedule Draft

  • 25th March
    • from morning till afternoon: Arrivals, we’ll wait you and we’ll put the group together!
    • evening: dinner and night stay in Reykjavík
  • 26th to 31st March
    • Photographing Vík cliffs, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Stokksnes and the Vestrahorn
  • 1st April
    • morning: Travelling back to Reykjavík
    • afternoon: Flights back home

Photography workshop South Iceland, what’s about?

  • Advanced photographic planning
  • Theory and techniques for landscape photography
  • Composition of seascape photographs
  • Long exposure and use of filters
  • Photographing the Northern Lights
  • Post-production (Lightroom, Photoshop, plug-ins, etc)

Useful information and price:

  • The Workshop in South Iceland will take place from 25th March to 1st April 2017
  • Sold out – you can still ask for information and receive future update related to the courses
  • A deposit of €500 is request to confirm the participation
  • The full amount must be paid 30 days before the departure
  • The accomodation will be in Hotels and high quality guest houses with 2/3/4 people per rooms
  • A minimum number of 4 attendees is requested – The course is sold out

What’s Included:

  • Tuition, two international recognised Landscape Photographers available to answer all your questions
  • 7 nights with some breakfasts included 
  • Photographic and logistic planning with filters and holders from our sponsor NiSi Filters
  • All the transportation costs in two 4×4 spacious off roads vehicles

What’s NOT Included:

  • Airfare / transportation to and from Reykjavík-Keflavík Airport
  • Meals and drinks – except for some breakfasts
  • Travel insurance is not included
  • Everything not mentioned under “What’s included”


The travel is in Iceland (just to be sure about that), and of course the weather is what you can expect from a little island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean: it’s unpredictable. There are a couple of phrases they say in Iceland that will explain you better, the first one: “If you don’t like the weather wait 10 minutes”, and, “There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.”. Of course we’ll send you a comprehensive list of what you need in Iceland, we’ll give you all the help to prepare yourself and your photographic equipment for one of the biggest adventure in your life. That’s not exaggerating, it’s really, really beautiful over there! Also, we’ll have proper hotels and dinners every time we can, but sometimes can happen to cook together in the guest house and share a meal like a team, don’t worry, all the guest house are really clean and new, also we are Italians and the food we’ll be surely amazing. Last but not least, every photoshoot is recommended but not mandatory, if one day you don’t feel to wake up early in the morning or you’re too tired to go out hunting the Northern Lights (shame on you!) it isn’t a problem, we’ll still love you.

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