2019 Fall in Iceland Photography Workshop and Tour – SOLD OUT!

Please note that this workshop is not directly organized by Fuji X Passion. Robert Clark is a renowned photographer / workshop leader and he is our trusted partner, with the Fuji X Passion quality label.

Please join me in September for my 2019 Fall in Iceland Photography Workshop and Tour – The land of fire and ice. This 8 day tour will have our group traversing up into the central highlands and then east towards the eastern fjords. Along the way I have two special events for you including photographing one of the annual sheep round ups, known as the réttir, and an amazing day of hiking and photography out on the Breidamerkurjökull Glacier.

Along the route of our journey we will also stop to capture waterfalls, highland landscapes, mountains, churches, the famous Icelandic horses, and given the time of year and seasonal night sky, we will have an opportunity to capture the amazing aurora borealis. Our goal is to always put you on the best locations, with the right light to capture the wonder and beauty of this special place.

This workshop is limited to only 6 participants to maximize my time with each member of the group. Joining with me to help out in instruction and logistics will be Adam Holston. Our goal is to help you focus on your image making during our time together. Adam and I have multiple years of experience traveling in Iceland with location knowledge on shooting conditions and look forward to helping you craft images from this beautiful country.

Main highlights of the places to be photographed:

  • Highlands of Kerlingarfjöll
  • A day at the sheep round-up known as the réttir
  • Southern coast and seascapes
  • A glacier hike and shoot on a Breidamerkurjökull Glacier
  • The coastal landscapes of Verstrahorn and Eystrahorn
  • The eastern fjords
  • Waterfalls, landscapes, glaciers, churches, sheep and horses, and perhaps an Aurora

Dates: 11 to 19th of September 2019
Price: $ 4,650.00 per person in double rooms (single rooms may be available for an additional cost of approximately $500.00)
Physical demand: Moderate
Climate: September brings cooler temperatures and the beginning of Northern Lights Season. Daytime temperatures reach about 50 F. The nights can dip into the 30’s
Maximum number of participants: 6
Photographic style: Landscape, Architecture, Travel

What is included

  • Accommodation (in double rooms) for eight nights
  • All guiding and instruction
  • Vehicles and fuel
  • Special guided glacier trip.

What is not included

  • Personal expenses
  • Photographic equipment and accessories
  • Airfare to Iceland
  • Food, snacks
  • Travel insurance, or other incidentals

Recommended equipment
About 3 months prior to the start of the workshop I will distribute a welcome kit, via email, with a list of recommended camera gear and clothes. The average temperature during the Fall does not get much higher than about 45 degrees, and it is Iceland, so you can expect, and should expect anything from sunshine to rain, to moody and foggy, and wind. Being dressed and prepared for the variety of conditions is important for your comfort while shooting in the field.

Safety is of paramount importance for us and we will not put you in risky or perilous conditions. With two instructors we will have ample one-on-one time with each of you and work to keep you safe while shooting.

Your guide
Robert H Clark
is a fine art nature and landscape photographer. Born in North Carolina, he is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology. His love for photography began with his first camera, a Yashica Rangefinder, a present from his parents while in the 8th grade. A graphic designer, architect, landscape photographer, and teacher, he works as a media designer and manager for the National Park Service.

His work can be found in private collections, interpretive exhibits and publications for the National Park Service, museums, galleries, and internationally for corporate clients. Robert’s view of the landscape and how to photograph it has been tempered and inspired by many people. It was the iconic images of Ansel Adams iconic that set the early stage for a life chasing light in the American landscape.

For him there is great challenge, and often great pleasure,  in experiencing that moment when a landscape reveals something of itself that no other photographer has managed to see or capture. Robert’s goal is to continue to improve his craft – from image capture to the creation of a fine art print. It is a journey, like the vast landscapes he loves, that is endless.

For complete information on this Workshop, Terms and Conditions, and to reserve your spot, click HERE

This workshop will be conducted by one of our trusted partners. For further information and booking, please contact directly the organizer.