Iceland: An amazing last-minute opportunity!

This is for those adventurous souls out there who love photography and embrace spontaneity. Space has just opened up in my Iceland workshop coming up on June 24-30 and we’d love to get one or two lucky people on board with us!

This trip takes us to one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Iceland features black sand beaches, waterfalls, geysers, volcanoes, geothermal features, glaciers, icebergs, lighthouses, turf houses, storybook horses and interesting architecture, all packed into a country that is 1/95th the size of the United States. Its unspoiled countryside offers breathtaking vistas, dramatic weather and such a diversity of subject matter that after a week’s time, you will feel like you’re just scratching the surface.

While this adventure is right around the corner, I’ve been building up my excitement by processing images I’ve shot there on previous trips to Iceland. I thought I’d share those with you here as well. Click on them to enlarge.

For more information, and to sign up for a last-minute adventure of a lifetime, click HERE.

Discover Iceland: A Photographer’s Paradise

In June of 2012, I'll be leading a photography workshop to Iceland, "The Land of the Midnight Sun." The country earned this nickname because during certain parts of the year (the time we'll be there) the sun never gets too high in the sky and only sets for a very short time. For photographers, this means we'll have up to six hours of "the golden hour" each and every day! This is exciting because there is so much to shoot. Glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, geysers, lighthouses, storybook horses and black sand beaches are only a few of the amazing sights Iceland has to offer.


When we're not out shooting, you'll be learning how to refine your images in the digital darkroom. The workshop will be limited to 12 attendees, so everyone will be sure to get one-on-one attention.

For complete details on the workshop, as well as registration info, click HERE.

I also have a gallery of images from my past four trips to Iceland, and you can view that at