Aurora Hunters in Iceland. Photo credits: Tatra Photography.
Love Iceland, the Northern Lights and photography? They’re the focus of the Northern Lights Special/ Iceland holiday with Tatra Photography.
The photo holiday, February 28 to March 4, 2012, will teach photographers how to capture the Aurora Borealis aka the Northern Lights, nature’s light show.
Lagoon, Iceland. Photo credit: Tatra Photography.
Says Tatra Photography:
“Next year, it is estimated, will be the solar maximum, a time of high levels of activity in the solar cycle of the sun, and experts predict the Aurora Borealis will shine at its brightest for many years making it a fantastic time to photograph the Lights.”
British landscape photographer Nick Jenkins will lead this master class in Aurora photography techniques.
He will discuss landscape photography composition and how to use the camera to create “wow-factor images”.
Based in the Pingvallavatn, the location is known for its views of the Northern Lights far away from the city light pollution of Reykjavik.
Pingvallavatn is surrounded by mountains, volcanoes, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, forests and churches.
The photo holiday package includes:
- Return flights from London Gatwick to Reykjavik;
- Airport transfers;
- Five nights half-board accommodation in Hotel Hengill;
- Transfers to photography locations and
- Six days of professional tuition.
For more info, visit the Tatra Photography site.
Images courtesy of Tatra Photography.