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FALL 2020 ICELAND PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP - OCTOBER 17-23, 2020


  • Reykjavík, Iceland (map)

ICELAND WORKSHOP! 

WORKSHOP FEE - $3000 (USD)

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

OCTOBER 17-23, 2020

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

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

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

In our Aurora and Landscape 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.

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

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

  • Learn Landscape Photography Techniques

  • Learn Aurora Photography Techniques

  • 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 - ICELANDAIR 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 workshops recommend 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 images). Once you've registered I will send you a list of download instructions for the software which is used in the workshop.