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Iceland Photography Workshop

North, Northeast & Central Highlands

September 20-28, 2019

Workshop Cost
$8,250- Per Person


Iceland is a stunningly beautiful place if you enjoy strange and desolate landscapes, and what photographer doesn’t love strange desolate landscapes.


From a geological standpoint, Iceland is a very young country, still in the midst of its own creation. Shaped by the forces of nature, the, barren landscapes demonstrate the creativity powers of the four basic elements—earth, air, fire, and water—in a dramatic way. Active volcanoes, bright green valleys, glacier-cut fjords, black sand beaches, and roaring rivers are the most distinctive features of the Icelandic landscape. And although they are very accessible, they still remain virtually untouched by human civilization. In a fast-paced world of sprawling development, Iceland's pure nature and empty expanses stand out as a luxury.

These sights are paired with the expertise of on-hand professional photographers Peter Lorber and Courtenay Gilbert as they teach you how to get the most from your gear and show you some new techniques to capture the unique beauty of Iceland. In addition a local guide with vast experience in landscape photography of Iceland, will make sure you get to the best locations at the best possible light.

There is no telling what you may discover during our Iceland workshop, but with unparalleled guidance, a group of likeminded people, and a location without limits, the doors are wide open for a world of possibilities. 


And as in all of our workshops we enjoy great restaurants, stay in upscale accommodations, and share lots of laughter while surrounded by breathtaking scenery. This makes our workshops perfect not only for you the photographer, but also for your non-photographer travel partner looking for an amazing vacation!

Have questions or want more information?
Give us a call 561-361-0031

If you have any questions or requests please use the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Who and What

Our photography workshops are for discriminating photography enthusiasts of all skill levels.


We provide the perfect environment for you to combine your love of travel and passion for photography while surrounded by like-minded people in a fun, relaxed and creative atmosphere.


This workshop is led by Peter Lorber, a master panoramic photographer, and Courtenay Gilbert, a professional photographer, post-production specialist. They will work with you to expand and improve your photography skills, show you how to set up your camera gear to get the technically best shot and get you to the perfect location at the best time to capture amazing images.

You will have the opportunity to shoot with:

  • Hasselblad

    • Hasselblad H6D-100C

    • Hasselblad  X1D

    • A variety of Hasselblad lenses and accessories

    • Both Peter and Courtenay are Hasselblad trained professionals and have been training top photographers for over ten years.  

  • Fujifilm

    • Fujifilm GFX 50s

    • Fujifilm X-H1

    • Fujifilm X100F

    • A variety of Fujifilm lenses and accessories

  • Roundshot

    • Motorized VR drive

  • Arca Swiss

    • Variety of tripod heads

    • L-Bracket  


They will also show you how to create technically perfect and artistically stunning panoramic images using various panoramic VR drives from manual heads to the top of the line Seitz Roundshot motorized VR drive.


You will learn how to stitch your panoramas using professional stitching programs such as PTGui and, finally, how to optimize your images in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.


Hasselblad, Fujifilm, Nikon, Canon and other brand shooters will benefit from Peter and Courtenay’s over one hundred years of combined photography experience. They will share tips, techniques and camera set-ups learned over time.


Our small group sizes allow us to customize our workshops to your individual needs. We make sure you get the personal attention you need to get the most out of your time with us.


In addition to guided photo shoots, we will also spend time working on the amazing images you will capture during the workshop. We will go over organizing your images, learning proper stitching techniques and answer any Photoshop and Lightroom questions you may have.


This workshop is designed for the advanced beginner, intermediate and advanced photography enthusiast interested in taking great photos in beautiful locations and having an amazing photography workshop vacation!

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Addie Lorber

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Peter Lorber

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Courtenay Gilbert

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Activity Level

Easy to Moderate

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Skill level

Advanced Beginner - Advanced




Reykjavik, Þingvellir, Skagafjörður, Myvatn, Kerlingarfjoll and much more!


group size

8 Photographers Maximum


This is not a workshop where you spend most of your daylight shooting hours sitting in a classroom. We get you up and out to make the most of each and every day to capture as many great photo opportunities as possible.


Day 1: Arrive in Iceland, transport to your hotel in Reykjavik. Group dinner and meeting. We will briefly go over the itinerary and prepare for our adventure in Iceland. (Overnight in Reykjavik) Note, if the conditions are great then we may have an opportunity to photograph the aurora after dinner.

Day 2: Today we will drive through Þingvellir National Park to the highland road of the Kaldidalur Valley. See the effects of the earth separating through the visible cracks and fissures of the great Almannagjá Gorge. Next we visit Langjökull, one of Iceland’s largest glaciers. On to the waterfalls of Borgarfjörður. They are called Hraunfossar, which translates to "Lava waterfalls", and Barnafoss, which means "Children´s waterfall". Sunset in Kolugljufur waterfall in canyon. Overnight on the north coast ​

Day 3: We start the day with sunrise at seascape Hvítserkur, a 15-meter high monolith or sea-stack on black sand beach. The legend goes that Hvítserkur is a petrified troll but the if you don’t believe that the truth is that is a volcanic plug from the long time ago. Whatever is correct it is an impressive photo opportunity. We will also make a stop to photograph Icelandic Horses. Godafoss waterfall, Myvatn lake. Overnight Myvatn

Day 4: Full day in Myvatn area. We will explore Hverir, a unique wasteland in which pools of boiling mud, hot springs and hissing chimneys give life to a desolate Mars-like scenery. As well as Krafla, Namaskard, Leirhnjukur and Viti. Overnight Myvatn

Day 5: Full day in Myvatn area. The Northern part of Iceland is known for three waterfalls that are often called  “The Majestic Waterfalls”. Dettifoss is one of them but we visit the second two. Both large in volume and surrounded by great landscape. First Aldeyjarfoss with its basalt column front, & second Goðafoss, nicknamed by one local as ‘The Beauty’ in comparison to ‘The Beast’ of Dettifoss, the name Goðafoss could be translated roughly as The Waterfall of The Gods. Crater in Myvatn. Overnight Myvatn

Day 6: Travel from Myvatn north coast. Dimmuborgir, Horses, Hraundrangar, Waterfall Reykjafoss. Overnight in Varmahlid


Day 7: Travel Kjölur into the central highlands, geothermal area Hveravellir (hot pools and steam vents). Geothermal mountain area Hveradalir in Kerlingarfjoll. Waterfall Gygjarfoss. Overnight in the central highlands


Day 8: Kerlingarfjoll geothermal area, travel Kjölur to Skálpanes, Hvítársíða, Waterfall Gullfoss, Geysis. Group dinner and overnight in Reykjavik

Day 9: Reykjavik - Airport transfer to KEF


​Please be advised this itinerary may become flexible due to the unpredictable Icelandic weather.


Click here to register or contact Addie Lorber for more information:, Phone - 561-361-0031, Toll Free - 877-692-0911​​​​

What's Included

  • All transportation upon arrival in Iceland. All transport is done by specially modified 4×4 Super Truck. You will be picked up at the hotel the morning after group dinner and dropped off again at the hotel when the workshop is finished. by specially modified 4×4 Super Truck

  • Flybus vouchers from Keflavik Airport & back after the workshop are included but you can upgrade to a private airport pick up or drop off if you prefer.

  • All accommodations with private bathrooms during the workshop. We stay at the various hotels & guesthouses but as close as possible to our photography locations. 

  • All meals are included (breakfast, lunches, and hot dinners at our places of accommodation and/or restaurants) along with soft drinks & coffee or tea with meals. 

  • Expert Photography instruction by pro photographers, Peter Lorber and Courtenay Gilbert

  • Seven full days of guided photo shoots by an Icelandic professional photographer/guide

  • Post shooting image editing and instruction

  • Demonstration and use with instructor of the Seitz Roundshot VR Motorized Drive

  • Opportunity to shoot with:

    • Hasselblad

      • Hasselblad H6D-100C

      • Hasselblad  X1D

      • A variety of Hasselblad lenses and accessories​

    • Fujifilm

      • Fujifilm GFX 50s

      • Fujifilm X-H1

      • Fujifilm X-100F

      • A variety of Fujifilm lenses and accessories

  • Adobe Lightroom Instruction

  • Adobe Photoshop Instruction

  • Hasselblad Phocus Instruction

  • A print of your best workshop image up to 24 inches by 96 inches!

What's Not Included
  • Travel to/from Iceland

  • Personal expenses

  • Travel Visas

  • Insurance (travel, health, baggage…)

  • Gratuity

  • Alcoholic drinks

How To Register
  1. Click the "Click to Register" button below

  2. Download the registration PDF

  3. Fill out and sign

  4. Return to Addie Lorber

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