Lofoten, Norway, Photography Workshop, February 2020

£1,495.00

7th – 13th Feb 2020 4 PLACES LEFT



Lofoten is without a doubt, one of the most amazing locations to visit for mountain and seascape photography. The 3,000ft mountains tower above the numerous little islands which are connected by bridges. The iconic red fishermens cabins (otherwise known as rorbuers) add interest and a wonderful dash of colour to the coastline. The northern lights will also hopefully make an appearance as we will be visiting them at the perfect time of the year.

This Lofoten landscape photography workshop is a wonderful opportunity to discover the stunning scenery of Lofoten during the height of the winter period, complete with a covering of snow everywhere turning the whole region into a winter wonderland. One of the advantages in visiting Lofoten at this time of the year is that sunrises start around 9am and the sun sets around 4pm although the golden hour in the morning and the blue hour post sunset extends the shooting time to around nine hours a day, perfect for our needs. All locations visited and reachable within 30-45 minutes from the house, most only 30 minutes or less so there is not a lot of time spent in the minibus.

Our choice of accommodation for this workshop is a beautiful recently renovated seven bedroom house complete with ocean views, two large lounge/dining rooms and two kitchens. Everyone will have a double bedroom to themselves with two shared bathrooms available. This is a self catering workshop although we may eat out at a great local restaurant in Ramberg on a couple of evenings otherwise there is a supermarket nearby for food to cook back at base. The house is very conveniently situated in the middle of all the locations that we will be photographing, allowing us to spend less time travelling and more time out with the cameras. The house is also located just thirty minutes from Leknes airport for fast and easy transfer times. 

Stunning Sunset at Hamnoy, Lofoten, Norway
Sakrisoy, Lofoten, Norway