Capture Iceland's Northern Lights on a photography break
Hone your photography skills on Tatra Photography’s new Northern Lights Iceland break. This amazing holiday costs £1699 per person and will give you tips and techniques to capture nature’s most mesmerising light show, the Aurora Borealis.
The break runs from 28 February to 4 March 2012 and comprises 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.
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.
This holidays is based in the Pingvallavatn, an area of Iceland far away from the light pollution of the capital, and one that is renowned for its amazing views of the Aurora Borealis. It is surrounded by mountains, volcanoes, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, forests and churches which will add drama and colour to participant’s Aurora photography.
This master class in Aurora techniques will be lead by one of Britain’s great landscape photographers, Nick Jenkins. Participants will be encouraged to bring a selection of their work for a review and critique. Nick will discuss the art of landscape photography composition, ways to use the camera to create wow-factor images and how to approach landscape photography with the eye of a pro.
Hotel Hengill features 22 spacious rooms offering fantastic views over the mountains. All rooms have phone, TV, radio and wireless Internet access. Guests can unwind in the complimentary outdoor hot tubs, sauna and a fitness room.
To book, visit tatraphotographyworkshop.com.