Award Winning Photo Guides
Sharpen your skills behind the lens
Our tours and workshops are led by award-winning, professional landscape photographers, ensuring your opportunity to capture the very best of Iceland’s nature. Learn from the best to contribute valuable, prize-winning photographs to your portfolio!
Travel in Comfort and Style
With enough room for your equipment
Our dedicated custom-built fleet of 4x4 super trucks will safely transport you and your equipment to photographic sites across the land of ice and fire, and are able to venture to locations inaccessible to normal vehicles, providing you with rare and stunning photography subjects. Each guest is provided with two seats.
Free Video Tutorials
Continue to develop your talents
All of our guests receive a free collection of post-processing video tutorials—worth over $1500—from our award winning photographers. These tutorials will help you maximise the photos taken throughout your trip, from development to editing and colour correction.
Glacier Gear Included
Plant your feet firmly on the ice
Iceland Photo Tours provides crampons and rubber boots for free to all our guests throughout the tour. Ever on the lookout for the perfect shot, this makes clambering up glaciers, or deep into ice caves, that much safer for eager landscape photographers.

Photography Tutorials

The wild and beautiful Vestrahorn mountain on the Stokksnes peninsula in Iceland makes for incredible landscape photography all year round. This extraordinary scree mountain, which has been nickname
Hands up if you've been wanting to visit the magical Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon! Spread over about 18km2 of land, Jökulsárlón is a large, peaceful lake at the base of a glacier and is known as one o
Photography has long been a form of creative outlet; with the dawn of digital technology it has made this art form accessible to all, thus the emergence of so many photography enthusiasts in the wor
Ah, Kirkjufell. It's perhaps the most widely recognised mountain in all of Iceland, as well as the most-photographed landmark in the country. Together with its waterfall, Kirkjufellsfoss, this scene
Rising like a prehistoric sea monster from the sea at the Vatnsnes peninsula in northwest Iceland is the massive basalt monolith Hvítserkur, one of the north's most distinct and photogenic natural a
You may have seen photos of the Sun Voyager in Reykjavík, or even heard about it in conversation from people who have visited Iceland. Known in Icelandic as 'Sólfarið', the Sun Voyager is one of the
Have you seen those amazing photos of the black sand beach in Iceland, where it looks like diamonds have washed ashore? Have you been wondering about how to photograph the spectacular Diamond Beach on
Do you like seascapes? How about photographing the flow and motion of the waves? Yes? Read on to find out all about photographing the ocean's waves in Iceland. Iceland is an island surrounded by o
Imagine yourself standing outside in the cold for hours upon hours and being completely content and happy. That is what it is like to witness and photograph an Aurora Borealis display. You’ll want t
Even if almost 10 years have now passed, I remember my first trip to Iceland as if it were yesterday. I remember the emotion that I felt even before landing, when I looked out of the window and all
A long, long time ago – that is, in the days of film photography – it was a rather difficult task to learn how to produce properly exposed pictures. There was no instant feedback with a digital disp
There is nothing quite as enigmatic as the slow-dance of the Aurora Borealis (more commonly known as the ‘Northern Lights’), quietly undulating across the night sky. For many photographers, witnessi
For most photographers who travel to Iceland, capturing the immense extraordinariness of the country’s ice caves is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that can be made disappointing without the right app
Ah, the Golden Hour. It’s that magical time of the day when warm, glorious hues light up the surrounds, making for spectacular photography in Iceland. Vast, barren volcanic plains and undulating rhyol
There’s no doubt that Hraunfossar waterfall is one of the best places for photography in Iceland. Also known as the ‘Lava Falls’, this magical location is only a short detour between the Snæfellsnes