Capture the stunning beauty of Norway’s Lofoten archipelago with a photography tour during autumn.
This is the perfect opportunity for landscape photography enthusiasts to explore the varied landscapes, dramatic lighting conditions, and unique cultural attractions that the region has to offer. Your tour will begin with planning and preparation to ensure you have all the necessary equipment, including a sturdy tripod, a range of lenses, neutral density filters, and a camera with manual settings.
You’ll research the best locations to photograph based on weather and lighting conditions and develop an itinerary that meets your photography goals. As you explore the islands and villages of Lofoten, you’ll take advantage of the varied landscapes and lighting conditions to capture stunning images. You’ll hike to scenic viewpoints and hidden spots off the beaten path, and discover the best locations to photograph the Northern Lights, a stunning display of natural beauty that is at its peak during autumn.
Once the tour is over, you’ll have a collection of stunning images to process and edit. Overall, a landscape photography tour of Lofoten during autumn is a must-do experience for photographers of all skill levels. With its varied landscapes, dramatic lighting conditions, and unique cultural attractions, Lofoten offers endless opportunities to capture stunning images that will take your breath away.
Prices are based on double occupancy unless noted. Single-occupancy rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis (in most places) and are subject to a supplemental fee.
We try to accommodate participants who request single accommodations, as well as those looking for a roommate. If a single room is requested, or if we are unable to find a suitable roommate, you will be required to pay for the supplement.
The photo tour price is in US Dollars, based on 6 paying participants. In the unlikely event the photo tour does not fill, there is a small surcharge of US$500 for 3-4 paying participants.
In Norway, drone operations are regulated by the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) under the rules of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). According to these regulations, drones are categorized by their weight and operating purpose, and there are specific requirements
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