Norway photography tours & workshops

Photograph the amazing Aurora in Norway

A 7-day photography tour of the incredible frozen landscapes of Northern Norway

Join me for a fabulous photography tour of the frozen landscapes of Northern Norway. The photography tour will be based in Tromso so that we can maximize our shooting potential of this beautiful area of Norway. The very thought of Norway in winter creates images of high jagged mountains covered with snow, frozen fjords and of course the famous northern lights or aurora borealis.

Tour details

Basic information

Group size

Max 5

Duration

7 nights

Price

€3795 / €250 dep

Fitness Level

Low to Medium

Our base

Radisson Blu in Tromso

Norway Winter Landscape Photography Tour

During the month of February, the landscapes around Tromso are a winter wonderland and we will endeavour to make the very best of the morning and evening light. You will be taken to some of the very best locations so you can capture a wide array of classic landscape imagery, from breath taking snow covered landscapes to the jagged coastline.

Our stay is based in four star hotel accommodation in the form of the Radisson Blu in Tromso. The hotel provides us with breakfast in the morning.

Snow covered mountains around the coastline near to Tromso

The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis)

The highlight of this photography tour is the chance to capture the amazing spectacle of the Northern Lights.

The aurora is a natural light display in Earth’s sky. It is more commonly seen at higher lattitudes. The lights often show as patterns of brilliant lights in the shape of curtains, rays, spirals, or dynamic flickers covering the entire sky.

Auroras can be hard to photograph, so I will be on hand to give you all the tips and advice you need to make the best of this natural phenomenon.

Photography techniques covered during the workshop

  • Exposure and understanding of how to get the best out of the light
  • Composition techniques to create balanced images
  • Lens choice and focal length. Typically people head for the wide-angle in a landscape but up in the mountains telephoto lenses are also heavily used.
  • Panoramic photography. How to best compose the beautiful panoramas that we'll see during the photography tour
  • Using Adobe Lightroom or Camera Raw to process our images
  • Using luminosity masks in Adobe Photoshop
  • Colour correction
  • Stitching panoramic images

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