We have just added Peter Cox to our second Antarctica trip. Peter and I have worked together on a number of workshops and most recently the Svalbard double header that we just completed. Peter will round out our instructor line up giving attendees one of the most talented set of instructors every assembled for a workshop.
This is your chance not only to see an amazing part of the planet but also work with some of your favorite photographic instructors.
We recently finished our two back to back workshops in the Svalbard and they were absolutely great. The Svalabrd region is a really special place to visit and more and more people are discovering it every year. We made these two trips aboard the Malmö a small 70 year old ship that has been refitted for these special trips. It was a classic experience. We were able to see amazing wildlife and spectacular landscapes. The groups on both trips were the best. Peter Cox one of the instructors has complied a trip log with the help of Morten Jørgenen our expedition leader and the trip log can be viewed HERE. It also included a small video made by Peter using drone from the ship.
Daniel Bergmann, together with Kevin Raber, is leading our joint 2015 Ultimate Iceland Adventure (more information and booking details here).
A little about Daniel
Daniel was born and raised in Iceland and developed an interest in photography as a teenager. Combined with a strong interest in nature and travel it soon led him into the field of nature photography, which has been his passion ever since. Over the past two decades Daniel has built his reputation as a nature and landscape photographer, and in 2009, was invited to participate in the distinguished Wild Wonders of Europe project.
The 2015 Ultimate Iceland Adventure
This itinerary puts a major focus on the Highlands, a remarkable part of Iceland and includes aerial photography from a helicopter. As always in Iceland, the weather will be unpredictable and variable and we’ll have sunshine, rain and wind and probably a bit of everything else. But the dramatic weather is just what makes for fantastic photographic opportunities.
The Luminous Landscape has conducted four previous Antarctic photographic expeditions and workshops. In January and February 2015 we will be producing our fifth and sixth trips to the world’s most spectacular imaging location. These two trips, each lasting a week, will be taught by six of the world’s finest photographic instructors (one instructors will switch out for each trip, see below). This is a dream team of photographic experience.
Find out more, and book here: Luminous Landscape Antarctic Expeditions Jan/Feb 2015
Luminous-Landscape and Phase One are proud to announce an amazing Isle Of Skye Photography Workshop: Scotland – Isle of Skye – November 1st to 7th, 2014
This will be a LuLa – PODAS workshop, where every attendee is provided a Phase One camera system with the latest Phase One digital back to use for the duration of the workshop. As with all LuLa and PODAS workshops everything is covered in the workshop fee except transportation to the Inverness Airport.
August 18 – 23, 2014
Please join us on what promises to be a most remarkable Landscape Photography workshop in the Palouse: Explore the Palouse – August 18 – 23, 2014
Luminous-Landscape and Phase One join up to offer a one of a kind PODAS workshop. Kevin Raber, publisher and CEO of Luminous-Landscape with Jeff Schewe, LuLa video tutorial instructor as well as world renown photographer, Lightroom and Photoshop expert will lead you to some amazing spots in one of their favorite places to photograph landscapes. And, to enhance this workshop further you will be provided the state of the art Phase One DF camera system, access to a complete set of Phase One lenses and an IQ2x0 digital back to shoot with during the workshop.
July 13 – 21, 2014 and July 21 – 29, 2014
We are headed north. Luminous-Landscape has announced two back to back workshops this july. Come aboard the M/S Malmo and travel in a wall boat experience to the arctic circle. We will be photographing wildlife and landscapes with a focus on the polar bear.