Summer Workshops in Iceland

Capture the beauty of Iceland’s nature illuminated under the glowing midnight sun, and further develop your camera skills with this great selection of workshops.

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Frequently asked questions

When is summer in Iceland?

The summer months in Iceland occur between May and August. This is the high season, during which the most people travel to Iceland for landscape photography tours.

What is the Midnight Sun?

 Find out why Iceland is the perfect place for Midnight Sun photography.The Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon that occurs during the summer months, from around June to July. During this period, there is daylight even at midnight, with the sun being visible for almost 24 hours. Find out why Iceland is the perfect place for Midnight Sun photography.

What is the temperature in Iceland during summer?

The average low in summer is approximately 8 degrees Celsius (46.4 Fahrenheit), whereas the average high is about 13 degrees Celsius (55.4 Fahrenheit).

What is the weather like for photography during summer in Iceland?

The weather in Iceland can be very fickle. One second, it may be sunny and then raining the next. Conditions are generally mild, though it can get windy at times. Find out the best time to visit Iceland for photography.

What is there to photograph during summer in Iceland?

Summer is when the magnificent landscapes in Iceland come alive with blooming wildflowers and lush green moss. The glacial rivers are at full flow and you'll be able to see a variety of wildlife, including puffins, Arctic foxes, whales and seals. Not to mention countless Icelandic horses and sheep wandering through the fields! We've put together a wildlife photography guide to help you take great pictures of the animals in Iceland.