Iceland Photography Tours, Workshops and Photo Adventures

Small Photo Groups on Big Super-Trucks

We at Nature Explorer absolutely love the Icelandic nature and landscape. We like nothing better than being outside photographing. We are also explorer’s and like going off the beaten path, into the highlands and even up on glaciers, discovering and sharing the beauty with fellow photographers. We use Super-Trucks on very large tires that makes us able to show you more of Iceland and safely getting around in most weather and snow conditions.

Iceland Photo Tours

North Iceland Photo Tour

Classic shots and other frames you would not find on your own on a guided tour for nature and landscape photographers of all levels. Led by photographer and instructor Andy Cook of Rocky Mnt. Reflections Photography – and one of our local guides.


Photo Workshop in South Iceland

Highlights of south Iceland for landscape photographers with Andy Cook of Rocky Mountains Reflections Photography as an instructor – and with an Icelandic photo guide from Nature Explorer.  The tour includes: Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, tectonic plates at Thingvellir NP, Eyjafjallajokull volcano, Landmannalaugar, many waterfalls, black sand beach – and hopefully the Northern Lights.


Fjallabak Photo Tour

This photo adventure takes you into the heart of the interior highlands of Iceland for some amazing landscape photography. We will cross many unbridged rivers to get to the most unique places. Mountains, glaciers, geothermal, rivers, valleys, deserts and amazing low light.


Northern Lights Photo Workshop

Aurora Bomb
This photography workshop is focused on the Northern Lights and how to shoot the auroras. During the daytime we photograph the winter landscape while chasing the best places to photograph.


Customized Iceland Photo Adventure

If you are looking for a customized photography and landscape photo tour in Iceland for an individual or a group, you are only one step away from success. Iceland is our home of adventure and great photographic experiences. We know Iceland intimately from the photographer‘s perspective and are happy to tailor-make a photo adventure. The arrangements can range from a single day tour, a weekend break or longer expedition where we mix in the classic photographic locations with less known nature pearls off the beaten path.


Iceland Photo Guide

Photographing Ice Cave in Iceland
Two of our guides, Hawk and Finn have written a free guide to Iceland for photographers. It’s an e-book on pdf-form, 148 pages and is divided into two parts.

Part one is called ‘Location, location, location’  – and as the name suggests, contains information on photographic locations in Iceland.

Part two is called ‘Proper Planning & Preparation Prevents Piss-Poor Performance’ – and again, hopefully the name is gives a clue about the content.


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