Come with me to the Norwegian Arctic Circle, and photograph the dramatic Lofoten Islands. We’ll spend five days photographing jagged mountain peaks in and around Lofoten, then fly to the region known as Senja, for more amazing steep mountain landscapes, and hopefully, northern lights. You’ll photograph icy fjords and frozen lakes, rocky seacoasts, turquoise water, white sand beaches, rustic fishing villages, and more. If we’re lucky, and the weather is clear, we will be treated to some of the best northern lights on the planet. This workshop will be led and guided by Randy Hanna and Muench Workshops local pro and guide Cody Duncan, who has logged more days photographing along the northern coast of Norway than most anyone! Most shooting locations are very near to where we’ll park our vehicles. You’ll need to be able to walk on uneven, and at times, slippery and icy ground. There will be some opportunities for the more adventurous types to hike or climb a little bit.
We will teach techniques in high dynamic range shooting, panoramas, long exposures during the day (and night!), and star and aurora imagery. Shooting is our priority, so expect to be out in the field plenty! We will also feature our much-loved image reviews, critiques, and post-processing instruction with Lightroom. Get ready for an other-worldly experience in Norway!