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Lofoten Islands, Norway
20th February  - 1st March 2026
3 Places Available 
£3250 per person

The Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway have become one of the go to destinations for landscape photographers and it is easy to see why. Towering mountains that rise from stunning fjords, picture postcard fishing villages, amazing sandy beaches, rocky outcrops and being at 68 degrees north, they are an amazing place to see and photograph the Northern Lights.*

You will need to wrap up warm whilst out taking photos as it can be very cold at this time of year. However February is one of the very best months for amazing light during the day. With sunrise at 8am and sunset at 5pm there is plenty of day light to explore the islands along with hours of darkness to search for the aurora. 

As with all of my workshops that run in abroad, places are limited to 3 clients only. This ensures that you not only get the best possible experience but also allows us to hire a 4*4 vehicle, which will certainly be needed. We will be staying in self catering accommodation for 7 nights whilst in the Lofoten Islands, where we will have plenty of space to relax, edit our images and come and go as we please. The accommodation is ideally situated between Hamnoy and Ramberg, is on the edge of a fjord and even has a balcony that we can photograph the aurora from along with a sauna!

It usually takes 3 flights to get to the Leknes in the Lofoten Islands. Unlike other workshops that are available online, I include a nights hotels accommodation in Bodo at the start of the workshop and a night in Oslo at the end of the workshop. This ensure that if bad weather hits, we don't need to be worrying about catching connecting flights to the Lofoten Islands. Both of these hotel stays are on a bed and breakfast basis.

Flights are not included and no meals are included in the price, other than bed and breakfast whilst staying in hotels.

We will fly to Bodo via Oslo from the UK on Friday 20th February and then stay in one of hotels. On Saturday 21st we will take the short flight form  Bodo to Leknes where the workshop will be held. On Saturday 28th February we will fly back from Leknes to Bodo and then down to Oslo where we will stay overnight again. Finally we will fly back to the UK on the morning of March 1st.  Flights usually become available 12 months in advance and once they duo, I will contact you to let you know what you need to book.

Included in the price is also a weekend workshop in either North Yorkshire or Northumberland. More details can be found by clicking here. These workshops run from Friday evening through until Sunday lunch time and are a great way to develop your skills and knowledge. They will also prepare you for your adventure in Norway. At the time of booking your Lofoten trip then please let me know which weekend workshop you would like to attend. Please note - accommodation is not included.

The cost of the workshop is £3250 per person and to secure your place a £450 non refundable deposit is required with the final balance of £2800 due by the 1st December 2025.

Please click here to return to the main workshop page and use the booking form to reserve your place or to find out any more information that you require.


Please note that that Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis are naturally occurring phenomena. Whilst every effort will me made to find locations where it may be possible to see and photograph them, this cannot be guaranteed due to weather or naturally occurring conditions. In the event that is it not possible to see or photograph the Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis, no partial of full refund will be offered.

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