These are the mountains of Suðursveit (Southern County) in South East Iceland. This Winter scene shows mid-day sun on the mountains. This is the harshest light of the day during mid-Winter.
These mountains are to the East of Jökulsarlon and are included on our 3 day Jökulsarlon Photo tour.
The mountains at Landmannalaugar have painterly colours due to the interaction of the rheolytic rock and the geothermal gases. This is the view across a valley in the park from one mountain to another. There are 3 sheep grazing on the green part of the mountain, (just to give you a sense of scale).
Landmannalaugar is normally accessible late Summer. We run a Landmannalaugar day photo tour.
Kirkjufell’s pointed shape has caused it to become Iceland’s most photographed mountain over recent years. The fossil rock steeple would have been disconnected from the main land mountains by a huge glacier flow many years before.
Kirkjufell and the waterfall at Kirkjufellsfoss is a key feature on our Snæfellsnes Photo Tour.
The name of this frozen lake literally means between the mountains. This was a long exposure on a Winter night with the colourful glow of Reykjavik in the far distance. The city is about 20km away but the orange glow travels far. The ice around the edge shows how the lake has frozen and thawed a few times.
This detour location could be included on a Northern Lights photo tour.
Iceland Aurora photo tours
Our tours & workshops are designed for the best use of your time during your trip to Iceland. Customers can combine our photo tours with many other nature activities. We are a team of experienced professional photographers and we work together to give you a successful photography experience in Iceland. All levels of photographer will benefit from our tours and they can also be enjoyed from a sightseeing perspective. Everyone is welcome!!
To give customers total flexibility and avoid crowds, our photo tours are run in private SUVs. We also offer a tour share scheme so like minded passengers can share a tour to share costs. This allows small group prices with the benefits of a private tour.
Most tours run from Reykjavik, but if you wanted to start from somewhere else, just ask.
Use the contact form if you have any questions.
Our Northern Lights and Ice cave tours are Winter only. These evening tours run from Reykjavik between Mid-August to Mid-April. The best Aurora viewing is September to March. Ice caves are Mid-Winter only with access from Mid Nov- Mid March.
All year photo tours
These tours run all through the year. We have a huge selection of tours that are not season dependent. They are not scheduled, but run on demand according to your availability. They work with Winter snow or Midnight sun and can be combined with both Summer and Winter activities.
Summer only photo tours
These Summer photo tours normally only run after late June. They are normally private but with a “shared” option. These Iceland photo tours explore Iceland’s highland regions that are closed for Winter and Spring. They may involve night hours shooting and camping to take advantage of midnight sunlight. Like all our tours they are flexible.