I am very pleased to announce a jointly led winter photographic expedition to Iceland with fellow Moab Master photographer Andy Biggs and pro nature photographer Daniel Bergmann. The expedition is from the 9th of March until the 18th of March 2013 and will focus on the southern coast and Snæfellsnes peninsula . A copy of the information, registration and booking form can be downloaded HERE. Due to pre-registrations and bookings already received there are already only a few places remaining.
If you are interested in photographing in the amazingly geologically diverse country of Iceland then now is the time to register. At the beginning of March the darkness of the Icelandic winter is starting to lift and the days are becoming longer. We will have up to ten hours of good light during the day and with a little bit of luck the spectacular Northern Lights will increase our photographic opportunities well into the night. Winter conditions in Iceland can be stunningly beautiful: the glacial lagoons freeze, some of the waterfalls are partially frozen, the glaciers appear more blue with fresh snow on top and with fewer visitors, the black sand beaches of the south are more pristine. With true darkness in winter comes the possibility of seeing the awe inspiring Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). We plan to make photographs of them whenever there are clear skies and intense Aurora activity.
If you want to be able to take photographs like this then please contact either myself or Andy Biggs with your registration of interest. This expedition is strictly limited to a maximum of twelve participants, plus leaders and guide and places are reserved on a first come, first served basis – there are currently only a few places remaining. For members of the AIPP Australian Institute of Professional Photography this workshop is CPD accredited and accrues 15 points toward your annual target of 50 points. For further queries please contact me directly.