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FALL 2019 ICELAND - OCTOBER 26-NOVEMBER 1, 2019


  • Reykjavík, Iceland (map)

ICELAND WORKSHOP! 

WORKSHOP FEE - $3000 (USD)

RESERVE YOUR SPOT - $500 (USD) - NON-REFUNDABLE

OCTOBER 26 - NOVEMBER 1, 2019

JOURNEY THRU ICELAND WITH AWARD WINNING FILMMAKER / PHOTOGRAPHER - CASEY KIERNAN

5 SPOTS ONLY - Beginners / Intermediate / Advanced / Couples discounts available

Iceland offers some of the most amazing landscapes on the planet.

In our 2018 Aurora, Astro & Timelapse workshop, you will immerse yourself in one of the most magical places on earth. Our workshops offer an excellent mix of technology, craft, creativity and traveling - with the goal of creating inspiring photographic images and Timelapse sequences.

These are traveling workshops. Everyday you will wake up in a new place, travel to new vistas, wake up the next morning, and travel some more. If you want to experience Iceland, this workshop is for you.   

WHAT THE WORKSHOP INCLUDES

  • Travel to many magical spots in Iceland (see HOW IT WORKS)

  • Photograph Waterfalls, Glacier, Lakes, Diamond Beach, Auroras and more...

  • Learn Landscape Photography Techniques

  • Learn Aurora Photography Techniques

  • Learn Timelapse Photography (LRTImelapse)

  • Learn Post-Processing Techniques (Lightroom CC)

  • Wake up in some of the most amazing landscapes on the planet!

  • Note: We cannot control the weather in Iceland - It changes frequently. Fall is a great time in Iceland to capture great scenery and Auroras - but there are no guarantees.

WORKSHOP ATTENDEES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR

  • Air Transportation to/from Iceland - WOW airlines recommended.

  • Transportation within Iceland / pre-arrange directly with Happy Campers immediately upon registering for the workshop.

  • Meals, snacks and other local fees.

WHAT'S REQUIRED

Our Timelapse workshops require that you have a DLSR (or Mirrorless!) camera which allows for manual settings of Aperture, Exposure duration and ISO. The camera should support interchangeable lenses - FAST (F2.8 or faster) and WIDE (20MM or wider, 14MM is preferable) are best for nighttime photography (lenses can be rented on-line). You will also need a tripod and an Intervalometer (or a camera which supports Intervalometer functions natively in the camera). You will also need to bring a laptop (for processing your sequences). Once you've registered I will send you a list of download instructions for the software which is used in the workshop.