║ TLC First Photography Workshop
22 May 2016
The Light Collective First Photography Workshop
In February this year, three of the five members of The Light Collective (Luke Austin, Adam Williams and myself) went on an adventure above the arctic circle to capture images of Iceland and Lofoten (Norway) with 14 intrepid participants.
We are very happy as these were the first photography workshops organised by The Light Collective and they both were a great success. We had terrific weather, saw a few amazing auroras, and captured some great images.
Both Iceland and Lofoten are superb locations for creating world class images. If you go in winter you might have the chance to photograph the Northern Lights and beautiful frozen landscapes but regardless of the season, both places are incredible for landscape photography.
During our workshops we run some post-processing and critique sessions. At the top you can see what I did to some reindeers that we found in Iceland. The original shot is nice and simple but I felt like getting a bit creative and tried a few things with them. Below is an image of Skógafoss waterfall in Iceland. The image was processed during the our Iceland workshop and the steps I took to create this image will be published in my newsletter next month and in my blog so stay tunned if you are interested in seeing the way I process ice and snow.
Iceland in 2017
I will be running a photography tour to Iceland in September next year after my expedition toGreenland with Luminous Landscape. If you are interested in coming along, please contact me.
I believe that Adam Williams and Luke Austin are organising a couple of winter photo workshops to Iceland in February so contact them through the TLC website for more information if you are keen to go to Iceland in winter.
Also if you are interested in photographing the Northern lights this year, Luke and I are running a photography workshop in the Yukon (Canada) in September this year and we still have a few spots left..