The landscape of Norway is cut up by deep fjords encircled by jagged and high rising mountains. Snow and glaciers rest on top of mountains and supplies the fierce rivers with fresh water all year round. Along the shorelines of the fjords farms, villages and towns find rest in coves, bays and inlets. This is an almost overwhelming scenery as well as a cultural diverse garden without comparison to anywhere else in the world. It’s a photographer’s dream whether you are into nature, landscape, editorial or documentary.
That’s why my colleague, friend and photographer Sven Creutzmann and I would like to invite you to a workshop in these magnificent surroundings. Spend a week in the middle of the longest Norwegian fjord. We will focus on travel photography as well photographing people, but will take you around in this gorgeous landscape so any landscape photographer will feel at home as well. We will go deep into the fjords, we will visit glaciers, and we will take you on the local ferry that goes from town to town and even visits farms without any road connections.
The workshop will take place from September 3rd to 7th in the town of Høyanger in Sognefjorden. It’s only a couple of hours boat ride conveniently away from Bergen, the second largest city in Norway. This is a workshop for photographers at all levels, it’s not about technique, but about vision and getting the most out of any shooting possibility. We will of course help anyone who needs technical guidance, but it’s not the focus of the workshop.
And of course anyone who wants to extend the stay in Norway, for example in Bergen, I will do my outmost to help getting around and get the most out of the stay. This is an unique opportunity. Give it a chance. For more information look up the website: