For 2020, I am organising some very exciting photography workshops to some of the best landscape locations in the world. All details, including brochures, itineraries, dates, prices and conditions for each of the tours can be seen below. The workshops have been designed for anyone with a keen interest in travel and nature photography and a sense of adventure. Most workshops will be focused on landscape photography but there will also be opportunities to photograph other subjects such as architecture and people.

I work with some of the best photography instructors all over the world. Unlike many other workshops, our tours are fully devoted to the pursuit of photography. We are actually not a tour in the traditional sense of the word, our goal is to be at the right spot at the right time and to provide an incredible photography experience.

All levels of photographers are welcomed, from the absolute beginner to the experienced photographer. We will assist you out in the field with the camera skills needed to capture those incredible moments. Regardless of your level and your camera equipment, you will improve your skills as a photographer and you will learn the craft with an expert team.

Customers and Instructors testimonials

  • Customer Testimonial

    “It is my pleasure to recommend Ignacio Palacios to anyone who is interested in doing sensational photographic tours.  I have enjoyed travelling with Ignacio in the past, which is why I’m looking forward to future trips with him.  Ignacio is a very competent photographer and also has excellent post processing skills.  He is a good teacher, so anyone travelling with him will be bound to learn some very valuable skills and techniques.”

    Ken Duncan, Patagonia and Altiplano 2017, Lofoten/Finland 2018

    “It is my pleasure to recommend Ignacio Palacios to anyone who is interested in doing sensational photographic tours"

    Ken Duncan, Guest Photographer

  • Customer Testimonial

    "I have traveled and co-lead tours with Ignacio to Patagonia, the Atacama region and the Lofoten islands (Norway). All of them were really nice tours and I enjoyed traveling and photographing with him. Ignacio is a great photography instructor, tour leader and I am looking forward to do more adventures with him."

    Art Wolfe, Patagonia & Atacama 2016, Lofoten 2017

    "I have traveled and co-lead tours with Ignacio. He is a great photography instructor, tour leader and I am looking forward to do more adventures with him."

    Art Wolfe, guest instructor

  • Customer Testimonial

    “There are workshops and then there are really good workshops.  I am a believer in providing the best workshops available and Ignacio shares that same goal. I have had the pleasure of working together with Ignacio for several workshops in Patagonia, Atacama and Lofoten, Norway.  Each of these workshops took great planning which Ignacio handles extremely well.  He’s fun, creative and a genius at Photoshop.  Your experience by participating in one of his workshops will be very rewarding”

    Kevin Raber, Guest Photographer Patagonia, Atacama and Lofoten workshops, CEO Luminous Landscape

    “There are workshops and there are really good workshops. I'm a believer in providing the best tour available and Ignacio shares that same goal"

    Kevin Raber, CEO Luminous Landscape

  • Customer Testimonial

    "The March 2014 Patagonia workshop was an excellent way for me to get to some of the best photographic locations in Patagonia. Secondly, the workshop enabled me to capture great landscapes and associated flora and fauna images. Thirdly, it enabled me to learn and increase my technical and creative skills in photography with subject matter experts. The workshop’s facilitators provided ongoing advice, support and ideas that challenged my way of thinking when photographing as well as providing me an almost encyclopaedic reference of new and relevant information to develop my photographic knowledge and skills. An enjoyable and very educational trip!"

    Craig, Patagonia Workshop, March 2014

    "This workshop was an excellent way to get to some of the best locations, to capture great landscapes and to increase my technical and creative skills"

    Craig, Patagonia 2014

  • Customer Testimonial

    "It’s been my pleasure to work with Ignacio on trips to Patagonia & Kamchatka and I’m now looking forward to teaming up again in Madagascar, Finland & Norway.

    A great deal of thought and planning goes into Ignacio’s tours in order to get participants to the right place at the right time to deliver numerous, wonderful photographic opportunities. He is also an outstanding photographer and very generous in sharing his knowledge.

    If you love photography and adventure travel you’ll love Ignacio’s tours."

    Richard I'Anson, Patagonia 2015, Kamchatka 2017

    "If you love photography and adventure travel you’ll love Ignacio’s tours."

    Richard I'Anson, guest photographer

  • Customer Testimonial

    “If you are looking for a wonderful photographic adventure led by the internationally renowned photographers Ignacio Palacios and Peter Eastway, this is the trip to do. The southern part of South America with its huge variety of scenery can be a photographer’s paradise: desert-like plains, snow-capped mountains, stunning glaciers and glacial lakes – all crying out to be photographed. And with the support and helpful comments from people like Ignacio and Peter – photographers at the top of their profession – this was indeed a workshop not be missed. A terrific experience – thank you!”

    John and Jenny, Patagonia, March 2014

    “If you are looking for a wonderful photographic adventure, this is the trip to do"

    John and Jenny, Patagonia, March 2014

  • Customer Testimonial

    “In April 2015 I was very fortunate to experience the wilds of Patagonia – Patagonia in autumn is extraordinary.  We were treated to perfect autumn weather – every one of the major peaks we visited, Torres del Paine, Mount Fitz Roy and Cerro Torro, were clearly visible as we stood before the magnificence of these amazing natural structures. And on our visits to Grey Glacier and Perito Moreno we had near perfect conditions – a rarity, especially for Perito Moreno, which is only clear on five days of every year. This brilliant photography tour was led by Ignacio Palacios and Richard I’Anson. I cannot express my gratitude enough to both for their absolute professionalism, generosity in terms of their time and willingness to share their expertise and for making this such a fun and exciting experience.”

    Clara, Patagonia Workshop, April 2015

    “I cannot express my gratitude enough to Ignacio's absolute professionalism, generosity in terms of his time and willingness to share his expertise"

    Clara, Patagonia 2015

  • Customer Testimonial

    “This was a fantastic photography adventure, one of the best I have experienced. What a treat to have the guidance of Ignacio Palacios and Richard I’Anson. Their different approaches to capturing images and post processing provided a rich learning environment and prompted useful discussions and personal reflection. The itinerary was designed to maximize optimal lighting conditions for sunrise and sunset which in Patagonia is breathtaking. Lower tourist numbers at that time of the year made travel easier and gave us more time for a pisco sour or two. Getting up close and personal with magnificent glaciers, staying in a refugio, waiting for early light to hit the peaks, long hikes amidst the colours of autumn in El Chaltén and marveling at the most magic cloud formations were just a few of the highlights.” 

    Lou, Patagonia Photography Workshop, April 2015

    “This was a fantastic photography tour and adventure, one of the best I have experienced. What a treat to have the guidance of Ignacio Palacios and Richard"

    Lou, Patagonia 2015

  • Customer Testimonial

    “I travelled to Patagonia with Ignacio and it was a blast! I think the mark of a good travel leader is how he or she deals with problems - and when we had a few small issues with transport and weather, Ignacio always found a solution! We visited some amazing locations and Patagonia is certainly on my return list!”

    Peter Eastway, AIPP Grand Master of Photography, Guest Photographer Patagonia 2014

    “I travelled to Patagonia with Ignacio and it was a blast! We visited some amazing locations and Patagonia is certainly on my return list!”

    Peter Eastway, Guest Photographer

  • Customer Testimonial

    “Kamchatka was a very memorable and unique tour. It included wildlife, bears, landscapes, adventure and helicopters. Ignacio put together the best of what Kamchatka has to offer. He also provided assistance with photography, composition, and photo editing.  Ignacio is an extraordinary photographer and instructor, and his passion for photography, combined with his photo editing knowledge enables everyone to achieve a very unique experience. I would highly recommend Kamchatka with Ignacio as their tour leader.  I have booked a second tour with Ignacio as I was very impressed with his leadership, photographic and editing knowledge, and ability to keep the group interested and wanting more each day. Thank you Ignacio for an incredible trip of a lifetime” 

    Margarett, Kamchatka Photography Tour July 2017

    "I would highly recommend Ignacio Palacios. Having just returned from 18 days in Kamchatka with Ignacio, this was a very memorable and unique tour"

    Margarett, Kamchatka Photography Tour 2017

  • Customer Testimonial

    "I went to Patagonia with Ignacio in March of 2018.  This was my third workshop with him.  The first two were outstanding but this one was even more outstanding. His selection of the right spots to get the best shots were perfect. He would always take us to several spots to photograph the same landscape  from different prospectives.  Each location  offered the possibility of an award winning picture. I came back from this trip with so many best shots.   When I showed my pictures to my friends they would say you got some really unbelievable shots. What made the difference was the composition Ignacio help me select. I’m really looking forward to my next workshop with him."

    Alan, Lofoten 2017, Patagonia, Madagascar 2018

    "I went to Patagonia with Ignacio in March of 2018.  This was my third workshop with him.  The first two were outstanding but this one was even more outstanding."

    Alan

  • Customer Testimonial

    "Having had the privilege of working with Ignacio on several occasions, I can tell you touring with Ignacio is something you will always remember! There are many leading photo tours these days, but none do it like Ignacio, Amazing locations? Of course, Incredible photos? You will have cards full. Loads of fun and tones of laughs? you bet! Anyone can take you to an amazing location, only a few have the knowledge to get you there at the right moment to capture incredible shots, Only Iggy delivers the Amazing Locations, The Incredible Photos in a fun and jovial way, allowing you to relax, forget your stress and enjoy each moment!"

    Adam Williams, Iceland, Norway and Red Centre Photography Tours

    Having had the privilege of working with Ignacio on several occasions, I can tell you touring with Ignacio is something you will always remember! 

    Adam Williams

  • Customer Testimonial

    "I have had the pleasure to co-lead a number of workshops with the character that is Ignacio Palacios. Ignacio works relentless during the lead up to each tour ensuring photographic opportunities are maximised, accommodation is comfortable and a variety of skills are taught. Each workshop has been jam packed full of great travel experiences with plenty of laughs along the way..... Usually at Ignacio's expense."

    Luke Austin, Iceland&Norway 2015, Canada 2016

    "Ignacio works relentless during the lead up to each tour ensuring photographic opportunities are maximised"

    Luke Austin, ITPOTY 2014

Patagonia in Autumn with Tony Hewitt, 18 - 28 March 2020

Patagonia in Autumn with Tony Hewitt, 18 - 28 March 2020

This will be my eighth trip to Patagonia and I am very honoured to organise it together with an Australian photography GM of Photography: Tonny Hewitt.

The mountains of Patagonia provide some of the world's most inspiring scenic photography and are a destination all serious nature photographers should shoot at least once in a lifetime. The unpredictable weather of the southern hemisphere's autumn season produces a wide variety of dramatic lighting conditions and Autumn certainly is the best time of the year to photograph Patagonia and its incredible mountains and glaciers.

The postcard-perfect landscapes of El Chaltén have named this little town as “the trekking capital of Argentina”. It is a hiking paradise and the trails around Mount Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre are incredibly scenic. It is a network of world-class trails that will take you to breath-taking lookouts and especially in autumn, the colors of this National Park are just amazing.

In this itinerary will cover all the iconic locations for photography at the right times of day with the best light, but we will also enjoy the culture of the region. Ignacio Palacios has travelled the region countless times, and you will learn about its history and its customs. 

Itinerary and Dates

18-28 March 2020 - Pta. Arenas, Torres del Paine National Park, El Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier), El Chaltén (Cerro Torre and Fitz Roy, Maestri camp, Poincenot camp), El Calafate - Punta Arenas.

The trip includes eight nights in four/five star hotels in Chile and Argentina, and two nights camping, all meals, local travel (minibus) and transfers. Tents and sleeping bags provided.

Who should go on this photographic tour?

Anyone with a keen interest in travel and nature photography and a sense of adventure. In this workshop we will focus on landscape photography but there will also be opportunities to photograph wildlife in the National Parks.

The tour has a maximum group size of 14 participants.

The Registration Form must be filled in and signed by each participant at the time of paying the first deposit.

For more information on what is included, what is not included, terms of payment, optional single supplement cost, cancelation policy, health considerations etc. please download the Itinerary below.

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US$9,990 per person, twin share

Svalbard, The High Arctic, Ice and Bear Winter Expedition, with Ken Duncan. 23 April - 1 May 2020 - ONLY 8 SPOTS LEFT

Svalbard, The High Arctic, Ice and Bear Winter Expedition, with Ken Duncan. 23 April - 1 May 2020 - ONLY 8 SPOTS LEFT

I am teaming up with Ken Duncan to run a photography workshop in Svalbard, in April 2020. Places are limited to 12 participants and the first 3 spots have already been sold.

This place will take your breath away...

Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean situated north of mainland Europe about midway between continental Norway and the North Pole. It features an Arctic climate, although with significantly higher temperatures than other areas at the same latitude. The flora takes advantage of the long period of midnight sun to compensate for the polar night. It is a breeding ground for many seabirds, and also features polar bears, reindeer, the Arctic fox, and certain marine mammals. Seven national parks and twenty-three nature reserves cover two-thirds of the archipelago, protecting the largely untouched, yet fragile, natural environment. Approximately 60% of the archipelago is covered with glaciers, and the islands feature many mountains and fjords. 

Itinerary and Dates

The focus on this expedition will be Arctic winter light, landscape and wildlife. In April the light conditions on Svalbard are magical. The plan is to visit the western and northern areas of Spitsbergen. Usually winter trips to Svalbard are limited to snowmobiles quite close to Longyearbyen. With our expedition ship we will explore a much bigger area. We expect to meet wildlife like polar bears, walruses, seals and reindeer. Polar bears and walrus are not as numerous as in summer time, mostly because there is more ice to hide on in winter, but we’ve had some great encounters on our winter expeditions in the past. The seabirds are getting back to their breeding grounds.

The group size is limited to 12 participants plus two photography instructors and our guides giving us plenty of space and time to explore and to photograph the magical Arctic winter. 

23 April - 1 May 2020

The trip includes all nights onboard the M/S Origo, all meals onboard, expedition leader, guide, guards and other personnel as well as all excursions with two zodiacs.

Who should go on this photographic tour?

Anyone with a keen interest in travel and nature photography and a sense of adventure. In this workshop we will focus on both landscape and wildlfie photography.

The Registration Form must be filled in and signed by each participant at the time of paying the first deposit.

For more information on what is included, what is not included, terms of payment, cabin types, cancelation policy, health considerations etc. please download the itinerary below.

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US$9,595-US$11,195 pp depending on cabin type

Highlights of Turkey, (Istanbul and Cappadocia), 3 - 16 May 2020

Highlights of Turkey, (Istanbul and Cappadocia), 3 - 16 May 2020

Turkey is a nation straddling eastern Europe and western Asia with cultural connections to ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Cosmopolitan Istanbul, on the Bosphorus Strait, is home to the iconic Hagia Sophia, with its soaring dome and Christian mosaics, the massive 17th-century Blue Mosque and Topkapı Palace, former home of sultans. We will visit some of Turkey’s highlights including Istanbul, Cappadocia, Antalya, Kas, the Kekova Islands, Tethiye, Pamukkale and Ephesus.

Istanbul, “Paris of the East” is a magical place and one of the world’s great cities. Its old city reflects cultural influences of the many empires that once ruled here. Superbly situated either side of the blue ribbon of the Bosphorus Strait separating Europe from Asia it is, unlike any other city in the world, split between two continents.

Cappadocia, a semi-arid region in central Turkey, is known for its distinctive “fairy chimneys,” tall, cone-shaped rock formations clustered in Monks Valley, Göreme and elsewhere. Other sites include Bronze Age homes carved into valley walls by troglodytes (cave dwellers) and later used as refuges by early Christians.

You will see this iconic land at its best and if your partner is not a keen photographer, we would invite you to bring her/him along as you will both enjoy the rich photo opportunities as well as an amazing cultural experience and natural wonders. With its beautiful light, wild landscapes and rich cultural heritage, Turkey will feed the imagination of any traveler/photographer.

Who should go on this photographic tour?

Anyone with a keen interest in travel and landscape photography and a sense of adventure.

All skill levels are welcome. We will be providing instruction on all aspects of image capture and post processing and it does not really matter whether you are a beginner or an expert photographer. We welcome photographers using equipment from mobile phones and tablets, compact cameras to digital SLR cameras. 

Itinerary and Dates

3 to 16 May 2020

The tour has a maximum group size of 12 participants.

The Registration Form must be filled in and signed by each participant at the time of paying the first deposit.

For more information on what is included, what is not included, terms of payment, optional single supplement cost, cancelation policy, health considerations etc. please download the Itinerary below.

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US$8,990 per person, twin share

Mongolia - Naadam festival and Gobi Desert, 8 - 18 July 2020

Mongolia - Naadam festival and Gobi Desert, 8 - 18 July 2020

Mongolia offers adventurers some of the most beautiful and untouched landscapes in the world, and the vast cultural richness of what became the largest empire humanity has ever known. Located in the landlocked plateau of Central Asia, between China and Russia, Mongolia covers an area of 1,567,000km, and is the 15th largest country in the world. 

As a country with a wide territory, it has unique natural and climatic conditions with rich resources and favorable conditions that are ideal for all kinds of activities. Mongolia is not only bursting with picturesque virgin lands, decorated with an array of flora and fauna, but is also home to a great historical and cultural heritage that has been maintained by the Mongolian people through many difficult times.

Mongolia has amazing landscapes and a nomadic culture offering a stunning array of photographic opportunities. Travel through the vast steppe to capture images of its horses, traditional ger camps, and camel-herding families. Catch the towering dunes of the Gobi at sunrise and the brilliant Flaming Cliffs at sunset, and spend an amazing time photographing the Golden Eagle Festival, one of Mongolia’s most celebrated festivals.

Trip Highlights
•  Capture portraits of Mongolian throat singers, camel herders, and traditional nomad families. Learn about their age-old culture;
•  Stay in a ger camp in the Gobi Desert, and set off on photo hikes amid nearby gorges and dunes;
•  Photograph during the Naadam Festival, one of Mongolia’s most celebrated festivals; and •  Meet with monks on a visit to Gandan Monastery in Ulaanbaatar, and go on a photo shoot in the Winter Palace of Bogd Khan.

Who should go on this photographic tour?

Anyone with a keen interest in travel and nature photography and a sense of adventure. In this workshop we will focus on landscape photography but there will also be opportunities to photograph wildlife in the National Parks.

All skill levels are welcome. We will be providing instruction on all aspects of image capture and post processing and it does not really matter whether you are a beginner or an expert photographer. We welcome photographers using equipment from mobile phones and tablets, compact cameras to digital SLR cameras. 

Itinerary and Dates

8 to 18 July 2020

The tour has a maximum group size of 12 participants.

The Registration Form must be filled in and signed by each participant at the time of paying the first deposit.

For more information on what is included, what is not included, terms of payment, optional single supplement cost, cancelation policy, health considerations etc. please download the Itinerary below.

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US$7,490 per person, twin share

Patagonia in winter with Luke Austin, 18 - 27 July 2020

Patagonia in winter with Luke Austin, 18 - 27 July 2020

This will be my nineth trip to Patagonia and I am very honoured to organise it together with my friend and Light Collective member Luke Austin.

The mountains of Patagonia provide some of the world's most inspiring scenic photography and are a destination all serious nature photographers should shoot at least once in a lifetime. The unpredictable weather of the southern hemisphere's produces a wide variety of dramatic lighting conditions and winter certainly is one the best times of the year to photograph Patagonia and its incredible mountains and glaciers. The opportunities to see pumas and wildlife in the parks at this time of the year are also greater.

Chilean Patagonia is an amazing area of unlimited and unspoiled nature. Torres del Paine is a national park known for its soaring mountains, electric-blue icebergs that cleave from glaciers, lakes, waterfalls and golden pampas (lowlands) that shelter rare wildlife such as guanacos, pumas and condors. The three granite towers from which the park takes its name and the horn-shaped peaks called Cuernos del Paine are some of its most iconic sites.

Fitz Roy mountain in Argentina is the highest spire in a compact range of granite (granodiorite) peaks in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, that remains among the most technically challenging mountains to climb on Earth and it can be seen from El Chaltén. The word Chaltén comes from a Tehuelche word meaning “smoking mountain”, due to a cloud that usually forms around its peak.

Perito Moreno is one of 48 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes system shared with Chile. This ice field is the world’s third largest reserve of fresh water after Antarctica and Greenland. The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of only three Patagonian glaciers that is growing. It is very famous because of its dynamic changes, which produces a cyclic phenomenon of forward and backward movement, with spectacular ice falls from its front walls.

Itinerary and Dates

18 - 27 July 2020 - Pta. Arenas, Torres del Paine National Park, El Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier), El Chaltén (Cerro Torre and Fitz Roy, Maestri camp, Poincenot camp), El Calafate - Punta Arenas.

The trip includes full 10 days in Argentina and Chile with all land content. Four/five star hotels in Chile and Argentina and two nights camping, all meals, local travel (minibus) and transfers. Tents and sleeping bags provided.

Who should go on this photographic tour?

Anyone with a keen interest in travel and nature photography and a sense of adventure. In this workshop we will focus on landscape photography but there will also be opportunities to photograph wildlife in the National Parks.

The tour has a maximum group size of 12 participants.

The Registration Form must be filled in and signed by each participant at the time of paying the first deposit.

For more information on what is included, what is not included, terms of payment, optional single supplement cost, cancelation policy, health considerations etc. please download the Itinerary below.

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US$8,990 per person, twin share

The Silk Route, Central Asia (Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan) - September / October 2020

The Silk Route, Central Asia (Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan) - September / October 2020

Central Asia is a region that sparks curiosity, intrigue, and adventure. An expedition across Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan will take you across borders, over high mountain passes, and into remote communities, all while growing your photography skills.

You will see this iconic land at its best and if your partner is not a keen photographer, we would invite you to bring her/him along as you will both enjoy the rich photo opportunities as well as an amazing cultural experience and natural wonders.

With its beautiful light, wild landscapes and rich cultural heritage, Central Asia will feed the imagination of any traveler/ photographer.

Kyrgyzstan is a rugged Central Asian country along the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean. The Tian Shan mountains, which surround the old caravan route and dominate the country, are home to snow leopards, lynx and sheep. In the south, the millennia-old city of Osh has a huge, busy bazaar that was once a stop on the Silk Road.It is the gateway of Central Asia. It is a nation defined by its natural beauty. Amazing landscapes, stark craggy ridges and rolling jailoos (summer pastures) are brought to life by semi-nomadic, yurt-dwelling shepherds.

Over 90% of the land in Tajikistan is upland with some of the most inspiring, high-altitude landscapes in the world. In among this natural marvel are scattered villages and towns that survive through each extreme seasonal condition. It hasn’t been easy for these traditional communities to adapt to the changing world beyond their mountain strongholds, but despite this they are unfailingly welcoming of outsiders.

Itinerary and Dates

21 September to 7th October 2020

The tour has a maximum group size of 14 participants.

The Registration Form must be filled in and signed by each participant at the time of paying the first deposit.

For more information on what is included, what is not included, terms of payment, optional single supplement cost, cancelation policy, health considerations etc. please download the Itinerary below.

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US$11,990 pp, twin share. For the extended trip to Uzbekistan US$5,990

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