Photography
Lofoten offers one of the wildest and most beautiful areas in the world for capturing your next favourite photo. While all parts and corners of the islands have unique frames, we offer our expertise to guide you through the Arctic jungle of possibilities, focusing on two different types of photography: Northern lights and a “best of the best” photo tour.
Photography

NORTHERN LIGHTS PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Aurora borealis is one of the most mesmerizing natural phenomenons you can witness. As charged particles from the sun hit our atmosphere, the sky lights up with colors of green, pink and everything in between. Take advantage of our professional northern lights photographer to guide you to the best areas in Lofoten to watch it, and to teach you how to capture the dancing lights in the dark of night.

You will learn what type of gear, camera settings and framing you should look for, as well as easy post-production for northern lights. We start the night in the cozy classroom in Nusfjord, where we’ll teach you the basics and answer any questions you may have regarding the show ahead. After an hour inside, we hit the road and towards what’s predicted as the best area for the night.

Once on location, our photographer will help you with all aspects of the photography process, and make sure you capture your very own photos of the northern lights.

What to bring:
Camera (extra batteries are good to have)
Tripod
Warm clothes

Note: We will, to the best of our ability, give you information about the likelihood of seeing the northern lights, before you book. The skills you learn during this workshop is also applicable to other types of night photography, and we promise you a unique experience whether we get to witness the green lights or “only” a star-filled night sky.

LOFOTEN PHOTO TOUR

The Lofoten Islands can be hard to navigate, and seeing it all in a short amount of time is difficult. Our very own professional photographer will guide you through our top picks of locations, being snowcapped mountains, iconic cabins or white sand beaches. Expect to drive to many of the photos you’ve been double tapping on social media leading up to your trip to Lofoten, and our photographer will both guide you to unique angles and give our tips for a memorable capture.

The drive is set to 5 hours, but will vary slightly due to traffic, weather and other variables.

What to bring:
Camera (extra batteries are good to have)
Money for lunch at selected café