July 25 - August 3, 2012
In July and August 2012 I co-lead a summer workshop to Iceland with Pro Nature photographer Daniel Bergmann. This photography workshop focused on the spectacular highland and coastal landscapes of Iceland. Normally inaccessible in winter, the interior of Iceland, known as the highlands, is an extraordinary place for landscape photography. It is a landscape of contrasts; wide vistas and pristine wilderness, mountain ranges, glaciers, waterfalls and geothermal volcanic features. Iceland is one of the most exciting and rewarding photography locations in the world. Probably nowhere else is there such a diversity of subject matter in a relatively small area. Glaciers and geothermal areas, waterfalls and lush green valleys, majestic mountains and black volcanic beaches. Along with ever changing weather and spectacular light conditions. Iceland is geologically a very young country and very much a work in progress. On this workshop we photographed crystal clear glaciers and icebergs, spectacular waterfalls and geothermal wonders under the spectacular midnight sun. Please be sure to visit the Testimonials page for client feedback on what was an amazing workshop.