Date 2016/03/08 04:04:51 PM by Annel Venter

Iceland Tours

On a remote island in the frigid North Atlantic, lies the world’s most popular landscape photography destination; Iceland. Join Isak Pretorius and Hougaard Malan on this Ultimate Iceland photo safari. Hougaard spent three weeks in Iceland in 2015 scouting the location to ensure that the trip is perfectly set up for your landscape benefit. Isak is one of C4 Photo Safaris’ globe trotting and award winning photographers. As a combination, Isak and Hougaard offer you the best in landscape photography, processing and tutoring. Expect your images to come improve dramatically after this trip. We have done our research carefully and thoroughly to give you the ultimate photographic experience in Iceland. This is a combined trip with CaptureEarth, which is run by C4 Photo Safaris’ close friend and photographer, Hougaard Malan.

This relatively small island offers some of the world’s most amazing landscapes, thanks to it’s extreme latitude and unique geography. Excellent tourism infrastructure ensures amazingly easy access, which is a key part of it’s title as the world’s most popular landscape photo destination. 
Expect to find frozen waterfalls, lagoons and beaches strewn with icebergs, glaciers, glacier caves and so much more, all within easy walking distance of a parking lot. As if that isn’t good enough, things are made even better by winter light; during our visit, the sun will rise around 10:30am and set again around 5pm. Colourful skies at the start and end of day seem eternal and in between the sun never rises very high, providing soft warm light during the day.  The cherry on the cake is the opportunity to witness and photograph the Northern lights. Long winter nights and an extreme Northern latitude ensure optimal opportunities, but it can not be guaranteed.

This relatively small island offers some of the world’s most amazing landscapes, thanks to it’s extreme latitude and unique geography. Excellent tourism infrastructure ensures amazingly easy access, which is a key part of it’s title as the world’s most popular landscape photo destination.

Expect to find frozen waterfalls, lagoons and beaches strewn with icebergs, glaciers, glacier caves and so much more, all within easy walking distance of a parking lot. As if that isn’t good enough, things are made even better by winter light; during our visit, the sun will rise around 10:30am and set again around 5pm. Colourful skies at the start and end of day seem eternal and in between the sun never rises very high, providing soft warm light during the day.  The cherry on the cake is the opportunity to witness and photograph the Northern lights. Long winter nights and an extreme Northern latitude ensure optimal opportunities, but it can not be guaranteed.