Faroe Islands Masterclass

Lofoten, Norway  |  Apr 13th - Apr 20th 2018 (0)
from/per person  2,990
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Dates: April 13-20th 2018

Location: Faroe Islands

Available seats: 0/6
Difficulty level: Easy

Price: 2990 EURO (based on double occupancy - single room supplement is 800 EURO). 

Registration deposit: 500 EURO (full payment required 60 days prior to the tour).

Arrival: Vagar Airport, April 13th

Departure: Vagar Airport, April 20th

Included: Two professional photo guides, all tuition, individual post processing sessions, transportation and accommodation in hotels.

Not included: Any travel services required arriving and departing at and from the starting location at Vagar airport. Any private insurances, taxes, levies, immigration, duty and visa fees where applicable. All meals and any personal items including alcoholic beverages, snacks, souvenirs and travel insurance.


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Faroe Islands

Remote and mysterious. Rugged and dramatic still yet so beautiful. Its like being in an episode of Game of Thrones. The Faroe Islands has a magnetic attraction for landscape photographers, and for a good reason. Battered by the elements, towering cliffs rise from the deep sea. Huge waves are constantly pounding the shoreline, creating amazing formations. Isolated in the Atlantic Ocean, halfway between Norway and Iceland,  National Geographic named the Faroe Islands the most authentic and unspoiled group of islands in the world. This comes as no surprise to us. Dynamic, constantly changing light and weather makes these islands magical for photography. We can experience 4 seasons in an hour. One moment it might be raining, the next we have warm sunshine on our faces. Turn around and it might be snowing or hailing.  Its fascinating and beautiful.

In mid April there is also the odd chance of seeing the worlds greatest magic show, the elusive Aurora Borealis, dancing over the fjords at night as well as experiencing fresh snow on the mountain tops.

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With regards to an itinerary, we do not have a fixed itinerary/tour program on our tours and workshops. The Faroe Islands is extremely unpredictable because of it’s many local weather systems. This means conditions can change within minutes and kilometres. Thats why we always are working through a very flexible schedule, but locations such as Gjógv, Gásadalur, Sørvágsvatn, Saksun, Tjørnuvík, Funningur, Nordradalur and Sornfelli plus many more are on our list. It’s a full on photography tour/workshop – so the activities are planned around sunrise, sunset and night photography excursions. The whole archipelago is packed with locations, so the weather and light conditions will decide where we will go.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do i get there?

The only airport in the Faroe Islands is Vagar Airport. You can get there through Copenhagen or Reykjavik.

What level of photography is required ?

All of ours tours, workshops and masterclasses are open to beginners as well as professionals. Our only criteria is that you have a great passion for photography, and have the energy and motivation to be on the go every day and night.

What should I bring ?

Since we are exploring the high arctic , you have to be well equipped for all kinds of dramatic weather including rainfall. Bring comfortable, warm and waterproof outer layers such as Gore-tex, thermal underwear and water resistant boots. A complete list of recommended clothes as well as camera gear will be provided upon registration. We don’t have clothes or shoes available for renting.

Will I experience snow or ice ?

Likely yes. Early April is still winterish in the Faroes and blizzards can still occur. For most of the time it will be no snow however. 

Will I see and photograph the Northern lights?

Maybe. Strong auroras might be visible in the Faroes.

What kind of weather can I expect ?

The weather and climate in the Faroes is renowned for being extremely unpredictable because of it’s many local weather systems. This means conditions can change within minutes and kilometres, also resulting in very dramatic light and photographic opportunities. It is one of the most fascinating places on earth for photography!

What camera gear should I bring?

At the very least, bring your own camera, lenses, tripod and a laptop. A detailed list of recommendations will be provided upon registration. If you are considering upgrading or investing in new camear gear prior to the trip, feel free to ask us for advice.