Wild Photography Holidays - Photographic Adventure Travel: Photography Tours & Workshops - Photography workshops and tours in Iceland, Greenland, Norway, India, France, Slovenia, Italy, Spain, UK and Scotland

Fishing hut, Selfjorden Tapovan Bubbles in geothermal area Utakleiv

Photography Tours & Workshops

We specialise in small-group photographic tours and workshops offering individual tuition in all aspects of the photographic process from composition and capture to the development (post-processing) of your images. Our tours visit well-chosen locations in Iceland, Greenland, India, Asia, Norway, the UK and mainland Europe.
Watch a video by Paul Harris of our Iceland workshops and read about our approach to teaching photography

January Special: £200 Off the Following Departures…

15–24 February 2019,
Iceland’s Aurora, Wild Black Beaches and Blue Ice Tour

4–10 February 2019,
West Iceland’s Northern Lights and Killer Whales

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New for 2019: Nepal – A Photographic Expedition to Everest Base Camp

Our memorable photographic journey to Everest Base Camp meanders through bustling sherpa villages and colourful tea houses, traverses fertile green terraces, crosses raging rivers, climbs steep-sided valleys, passes through gorgeous rainforest and travels through some unbelievable high mountain scenery. Join us on this incredible adventure to the roof of the world! Find out more…

Arctic Norway – Northern Lights, Birds & Landscapes

An exciting new photographic adventure to the Varanger Peninsula in Arctic Norway renowned for its incredible birdlife, wild snowy landscapes and big aurora skies. Read more about Arctic Norway – Northern Lights, Birds & Landscapes

Italy – The Best of the Dolomites with James Rushforth

Our brand new photographic trip visits one of the most breathtaking mountain ranges in the world, the Dolomites. Starting and finishing in Venice, these stunning peaks are complimented by tranquil lakes, streams, waterfalls and a wide variety of traditional Tyrolean architecture and culture. For details see Italy – The Best of the Dolomites with James Rushforth