Volcano Aurora

This incredible Aurora activity was directly over Iceland’s largest Volcano, which lies dormant under Öræfajökull. Öræfajökull is Iceland’s oldest glacier dating back over 3000 years and is also the home of Hvannadalsnukur – Iceland’s highest mountain.

South Shore

This was the 3rd night of a 7 day photo workshop in March. The previous evenings had been too cloudy or even raining so it was a real treat to get clear skies for this heavy display. Photographing the Northern lights was the main objective for the guests on this photo workshop. This shot was taken with the Magic Cloth Technique which gives the landscape more exposure time than the sky.

Reykjavik Experience

A 7 day photo workshop is almost guaranteed Aurora photography. Six nights out in the untouched nature with zero light pollution is difficult to beat. But if you are staying in Reykjavik, we run Northern lights tours that can put you in a great position with a professional photo guide. These photo tours will take you a couple of hours from Reykjavik to minimise light pollution and give you better viewing conditions.

Long tours

Our multi-day photo tours have good opportunities for Northern lights photography. In fact many of them are designed with overnight stops in great locations for Northern lights photography. Our South Coast trips have overnight stops at Jökulsarlon – the best place for Northern lights photography. The Snæfellsnes tour has an overnight stop near Kirkjufell Mountain.

Our tours and workshops are always flexible for Auroras. If conditions are reasonable in the area you are staying, there will be an opportunity for Aurora photography.

Multi-day tours

These are multi-day photo tours that include Fjallsarlon Glacier Lagoon. If conditions are good these photo tours can include Northern lights photography.

Five day Beautiful South

This photo tour combines the Golden Circle, Snæfellsnes Peninsular , South coast & Jökulsarlon photo tours to give a complete South Iceland experience.

Custom Photo Tour

If you want something that is not listed or you want see Iceland at your own pace on a bespoke tour, our Custom Photo Tours go to all parts of Iceland.

6 day Diamonds & Dragons

This multi-day tour will take you around the best of South & West Iceland in six days. Touring from North West to South East with many top photo locations.
Prices from $7,536USD

Three day Jökulsarlon, Vestrahorn & South Coast

Feel the powerful silence of Jökulsarlon glacier lagoon and explore the South Coast & Vesturhorn – one of our best Iceland Photo Tour for Auroras.

FlyTour – Jökulsarlon

Spend a day or 2 in the Vatnjökull area of Iceland. This Iceland photo tour puts you right in the heart of Iceland’s stunning Glacier landscapes with one of our photo guides. These totally flexible photo tours can be booked on the fly and we can sometimes run with flexible dates to avoid a bad weather trip.

Winter photo workshops with Tony Prower

5 full photography days
  • South Coast & Vatnjökull region
  • Ice and Aurora photography
  • Regular dates from Oct – March
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  • Prices from: $1850 USD
  • Single room supplement: $240 USD
  • Seven day Full Circle

    Iceland has a rich variety of landscapes and seascapes and this tour is designed to enhance that variety & capture Iceland’s full diversity in a week long tour around the country.
    Prices from $8,847 USD

    South Iceland Photo Tours

    Our guided, multi-day photo tours of South Iceland will give you incredible photo opportunities. The South coast is rich with, glacier ice, towering waterfalls and black sand beaches.
    Book online from $2,291 USD

    Northern Lights Photos

    Here are some more photos of the Aurora Borealis to help keep you inspired by Iceland.

    Southern Aurora

    This Aurora photo was taken on one of the evenings on a 3 day Jokulsarlon photo trip when the skies cleared revealing thousands of stars.

    Electric Night Orchestra

    I had just bought my Canon 5D mark III, so this was a chance to put the full frame camera to the test.

    Make a wish

    One of the keys to success when you are photographing the Northern Lights is the surrounding landscape or ‘Earthly’ features such as lighthouses or abandoned farm buildings. There is a little bit of luck involved, because the Northern lights have to be active in the right part of the sky.