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Photographing The Northern Lights With Arctic Exposure

Arctic Exposure run a workshop dedicated to the Northern Lights each winter.

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Arctic Exposure runs a specific Photo Workshop that focuses on the Northern Lights and Ice Caves every winter. The workshop is designed to teach and help photographers to take photographs of these amazing natural phenomenon.

They like to keep the groups small, max 8 participants, so everyone will get ample time with their local guide. The workshop is all-inclusive, and they offer comfortable transport on their specially modified Mercedes Sprinters.

Along with these photo opportunities, you'll visit and shoot many of the better-known locations of Iceland, i.e. Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss, Reynisfjara Black Beach, Vatnajökull & Svínafell Glaciers, Stokksnes (Vestrahorn) Glacier Lagoon & Diamond beach.

If you are interested in joining them or want to know more about the workshop, please send us a mail at info@arcticexposure.is.

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