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Explore the world famous Norwegian fjords on this 8-day photography workshop high above the Arctic Circle!
This small group adventure will take you into the heart of Norway's most stunning scenery, where snowcapped mountains tower majestically over spectacular waterways. Along the way, you'll visit small fishing villages, capture waterfalls flowing from the sides of mountains, cruise between steep cliffs that have been created by thousands of years of glacial activity, hike up to a glacial lake and more... all while taking in the best locations for photography.
Throughout this tour, you'll have two professional photography guides on-hand to ensure that you'll be able to make the most of your time in Norway. They'll teach you everything you need to know about landscape photography so that you can take home breathtaking images and expand your portfolio. You'll have the opportunity to participate in a number of critique, feedback and post-processing sessions, which are tailored to advance your skills. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, there is something on this trip for everybody.
Don't miss out on an incredible cruise through the deep blue fjords of Norway! Check availability by choosing a date below.
Once the formalities are out of the way, you'll begin the journey towards Odda, a village surrounded by emerald fjords, scenic cliffs, impressive mountain peaks and peaceful nature. Upon arrival, you'll check in to your hotel before heading out once again – this time with cameras in hand.
The afternoon will be spent capturing two famous waterfalls, the first of which is Låtefoss – one of the most well-known attractions in all of Norway. Our next destination will be Langfoss, the fifth tallest waterfall in all of Norway at a height of 612 metres. It drops straight down into the fjord below, making for a truly astonishing sight.
The highlight of the day will be when we get up close and personal with the impressive Vøringsfossen waterfall. This powerful waterfall drops in two cascades from the side of the Hardangervidda, which makes for astonishing compositions!
Get ready to have your breath taken away by roaring waterfalls as we hike up towards a glacial lake by Briksdals Glacier in Jostedalsbreen National Park. We'll stop to photograph them along the way, capturing the extraordinary landscape as we get closer to Lake Olden. With its unique green water, this lake has often been described as the most beautiful in all of Norway.
In the afternoon, we'll head to a couple of wonderful vantage points at Flydalsjuvet and Dalsnibba, which are situated at more than 1500 metres above sea level. They offer sprawling, panoramic views over Geiranger and the fjords, which are perfect for photography.
Don't get too comfortable on the boat though, because we'll make a shore-landing at a historic mountain farm at Skageflå, where we'll hike along the sides of sheer cliffs to reach a spectacular viewpoint. There will be a lot of magnificent scenery to photograph along the way and we'll take advantage of it all!
Later in the afternoon, we'll head towards a viewpoint at the end of the bending Ørnesvingen road, where we'll have a beautiful view of Geiranger as the sun begins to set.
From there, we'll go to the famous winding road of Trollstigen. Also known as the 'Troll's Road', this stretch of road twists along 11 hairpin bends, 858 metres above sea level up the mountain of Stigrøra. From the top, we'll have a number of dramatic photographic opportunities, as we gaze down at the valley below!
Arrival: Bergen (BGO) , September 21st 2020 - no later than 10:45am
Departure: Molde (MOL), September 28th 2020 - no earlier than 11am if possible
500 EURO (full payment required 60 days prior to the tour).
We highly recommend that you get a travel and medical insurance. Your own domestic medical insurance and private health scheme will not cover you whilst you are overseas.
The tour is always dependent on weather, as the weather can indeed be highly unpredictable.
21-28 Sep 2020 – Guided by two professional landscape photographers