We have just added an extra departure (2-11 Oct ’14) for our popular all-inclusive ten-day northern lights tour that covers the most striking Iceland landscapes both on the Snæfellsness peninsula in the west with its superb coastal scenery and the glaciated icy south-east including the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.
Join us in stunning Snowdonia, North Wales for our brand new UK photographic workshop designed for those of you that want to learn how to take great landscapes in wild places plus some great tips and hints to get you to some off the beaten track locations safely.
Iceland has some of the most accessible unique landscapes in the world and is one of the best locations to photograph the Aurora! During this photography tour of South Iceland we photograph iceberg lagoons, glacial phenomena including ice caves, black sand beaches littered with sparkling sea-washed ice and mighty waterfalls. This workshop gets you right in there providing a great opportunity to capture some very striking images.
Paul Harris is the photographic tutor for this excellent new trip set in magical West Ireland. Artists and writers have talked often about the strange and illuminating impression the Connemara landscape has had on them. You can expect pristine beaches and dramatic Atlantic Coastline, stunning landscapes, comfortable accommodation in a beautiful location and of course lots of Guinness!
A relaxed photography holiday exploring the magnificent Picos de Europa and the nearby coastal scenery of the Costa Verde. An ideal opportunity for learning how to get the very best shots out of your digital camera including post-processing.
Torridon and adjacent areas of Wester Ross are outstanding photographic locations. Classic Scottish mountain landscapes, sea lochs, beaches and picturesque villages encapsulate the drama of the north west Highlands of Scotland.
Enjoy a tropical winter holiday with our delightful photographic journey through Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Fine heritage type hotels and remarkable opportunities for landscape, people, street and architectural photography. Take a peek at our gallery to be inspired …
A remarkable photographic expedition to one of the most remote and little visited parts of India. Unique and culturally fascinating locations make this a must for all aspiring travel photographers.
Join Scottish photographer Niall Benvie for our innovative new workshop based on Islay. Part of Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, these beautiful and varied island landscapes are a photographer’s dream location. Working with Niall will enable you to return home with a fine portfolio of unusual and well crafted images.
This June photographic workshop is one of our most popular combining some of Iceland’s classic and iconic sights with some less visited areas including: Lake Kleifarvatn and the myriad colours of its geothermal areas, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Skaftafell National Park, black beaches festooned with ice, three iconic waterfalls and magnificent close views of Europe’s largest icecap …
June 2015 will see a new workshops photographing birds in the Icelandic landscape with Pål Hermansen rated as one of the World’s top ten nature photographers. This is absolutely the peak time to capture the multitude of breeding birds. Iceland will be enhanced by hours of soft ambient light making this workshop suitable for both serious bird and landscape photographers, or a combination of both! The new workshop will be in the North & Northwest fjords, finishing in Flatey.
Ladakh, or “Little Tibet” as it is known is one of the most remote areas of India lying on the Tibetan Plateau and south of K2 and the Karakorams. Now in it’s 4th successful year our adventurous photographic expedition to Ladakh explores the very best that this remote Buddhist country can offer the adventure travel photographer.
Introducing a breathtaking expedition that will include the remote, vast and uninhabited interior of Iceland together with Iceland’s ‘big six’ waterfalls. This a remarkable place for landscape photography in areas seldom visited by other photographic tours.
Introducing our extraordinary new photographic journey to Rajasthan, the Thar Desert, Jaiselmer, Jodphur, Jaipur and the Pushkar Camel Fair. Vibrant, chaotic and visually impressive the festival itself attracts a massive gathering of people and animals with fine opportunities for photographing people and their rituals. Take a peek at our gallery for inspiration …