I am now back in the office and in catch up mode. The Luminous-Landscape workshop I just finished running in Iceland was a success. I did this workshop with my long time friend Daniel Bergmann who is one of the premier guides for Iceland. He is also a great photographer and wildlife expert.
Iceland has gotten quite crowded with tourists over the last several years. While this is good for the country economically it is a burden on many visitors as there are now so many people. On our trips, we won’t even go near the tourist spots. Too many buses and crazy people. Instead, we travel to the remote and more picturesque areas of Iceland that tourists don’t visit. This year we visited some places I haven’t visited before. The bottom line if I came home with a ton of nice images. Some of which I share below.
I used a Fuji XT2 with a wide variety of lenses to capture these photos.
To make our workshop New Zealand even more appealing, Phase One has come aboard and will offer any attendee who would like the opportunity to shoot with a Phase One camera during the workshop. They will provide a complete camera system along with a bank of Phase One lenses, at no charge. This is a unique opportunity to capture these amazing landscape locations with a state of the art medium format camera. If you have never experienced a file from a Phase One system you’ll be in for a real surprise. A Phase One representative will be on the workshop to make sure you experience the most from this opportunity.
This Is The Palouse, Lonely Trees & Windmills
The Palouse Workshop is underway. This workshop is a PODAS workshop facilitated by Rockhopper Workshops and Luminous-Landscape. What this means is that Phase One is providing everyone on the workshop a camera system to use plus classroom tutorials on the Capture One workflow. We have a great line up of attendees. Kevin Raber and Jeff Schewe are instructors. Andrew Warman from Phase One is providing technical and logistical support. Check back through out the week as we update the blog with our activities during this workshop.
We have two photographic expeditions to Antarctica this coming winter, January 26 – February 4, 2015 and January 31 – February 9, 2015. These will be lead by Kevin Raber and five of the world’s greatest instructor / photographers; Art Wolfe, Christian Fletcher, Charlie Cramer, Joe Cornish. Katrin Eismann and Jackie Ranken.
Now, due to a change of scheduling, Michael Reichmann, founder of Luminous-landscape and the Luminous-Endowment is able to join both expeditions as instructor and traveling companion, his fifth and sixth voyages to Antarctica.
If you’ve always wanted to work with Michael, and wish to do so on a photographic trip that is as close to visiting another planet as any of us will ever get, then grab one of the few remaining places on one of these voyages.
This is the chance of a lifetime.
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.