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Diamond Aurora

Diamond Aurora

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.

Tours with Auroras

Night of Ghosts – auroras at Jokulsarlon

Night of Ghosts – auroras at Jokulsarlon

Northern Lights at Jokulsarlon Night of Ghosts Aurora reflections When you do this all the time it is common to experience a few reality checks. You get used to being at Jökulsarlon and you get used to seeing Northern Lights. Let's face it, when you have...

Volcano & Auroras at Jökulsárlón

Volcano & Auroras at Jökulsárlón

Volcano Northern Lights Glacier Lagoon Volcanic eruptionThe orange glow in this Northern Lights photograph was from the Holuhraun Volcanic eruption in 2014. The eruption was Iceland's largest fissure eruption for over 200 years. The lava flow was happening...

Lights on the Ice beach

Lights on the Ice beach

Northern Lights Ice Beach Long photo trip This was a 3 day Jokulsarlon photo tour in February 2014. We had a great session in the ice caves in the morning and after a great day with the landscapes near Vestrahorn, we were treated to a fabulous display of...

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