The most perfect place in Norway
Photograph beautiful landscapes & seascapes in Lofoten
All my Lofoten photo tours & workshops offer a unique chance to capture amazing landscapes and seascapes. Together we will explore the wonders of this incredible part of Norway and capture stunning images in a professional, friendly and enjoyable manner.
Come and join me on this amazing photo tour as we discover Lofoten in Norway during the peak of the season and the possibility of the northern lights putting on a show in the sky. Lofoten really is one of the best places to enjoy a few days of landscape photography. From the rugged peaks of Lilandstinden and Olstinden that dominate the stunning coastal villages of Hamnoy and Reine to the iconic red rorbuer fisherman cabins by the water’s edge that line the coastline of western Lofoten, this part of Norway is simply breathtaking.
Best Beaches in Lofoten
Lofoten boasts some of the most beautiful white sandy beaches, including Haukland, Skagsanden, Myrland, Flakstad and Uttakleiv. These beaches will provide us with endless possibilities to capture those special moments. Also, because the light is much softer and lower in the sky at this time of the year, the scenery is beautifully lit from the low position of the sun from dawn until dusk, giving us plenty of time to maximise our photographic opportunities.
Easy access to locations
Another advantage to Lofoten is that all these stunning locations are just a short drive from our accommodation. This means we will stay in one place and won’t need to be sitting in a minibus for hours to get a photo destination.
We will be on location within minutes, meaning you’ll get a little extra sleep each morning!
Lofoten is also a great destination to photograph the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). While it is becoming more and more popular every year, Lofoten is still much less crowded than popular rival photo tour destinations such as Iceland.
However, Lofoten has almost as much to offer when it comes to photographing stunning scenery. The interesting coloured fisherman cabins sitting by the water’s edge back by rugged mountain backdrops, often snow-covered, make a truly unique picture of the northern lights.
So much variety
Lofoten is widely considered to be one of the world’s top ten destinations for landscape and seascape photography. With the seven islands connected by small bridges, this archipelago provides so much variety for the landscape photographer with views so inspiring, that it will be difficult to know in which direction to point your camera. The weather will play a huge part in what, where and when we will photograph with the potential for dramatic fronts coming in and creating fast changing but spectacular light. I cannot wait to get out there and I hope you can join me too.