Discover one of Europe’s last remaining hidden gems! This tiny archipelago is full of stunning waterfalls and rugged cliffs just waiting to be photographed.
Join us as we take you on a journey across the Faroe Islands experiencing breathtaking and unforgettable scenery: from majestic mountains, sweeping fjords and mighty waterfalls to ‘floating’ lakes and unbelievable cliffs.
As three experienced photographers & travellers we know the Faroe Islands well, and with short drives to our favourite locations, constant dedicated personal instruction from each one of us, and only 10 participants taking part, this will be a bespoke learning experience like no other!
You’ll learn how to photograph amazing landscapes, capture the night sky, and all the tips and tricks needed to edit your images like a pro! We’ll also show you everything you need to know about your camera and its settings — whether its a smartphone, DSLR, mirrorless, or even film. You’ll be on your way to mastering professional techniques in no time.
A workshop for everyone
This is an ideal workshop for any skill level — whether you’re a complete beginner or seasoned pro, this fantastic trip around the Faroe Islands will enrich your photographic experience.
What’s more, if there’s anything specific you want to learn or improve with your own photography, we can help. Just let us know what you want to work on ahead of time.
Who We Are
The people behind the cameras — and the adventures.
Interested in joining us? Here’s what you’ll need to know.
We’ll be journeying around these 18 most remote islands in the North Atlantic between Iceland, Norway and Scotland. Based in Tórshavn, we’ll hit some of our favourite photography locations around the archipelago.
What to bring
The landscapes are amazing, but the weather can be often unpredictable. Here are just some of the things you’ll need:
Camera and lenses (plus things like batteries and memory cards)
Laptop for post-processing (Lightroom & Photoshop)
Smartphone (optional, but recommended)
Accommodation for the whole trip - 7 nights in 4* Hotel Føroyar
Car hire and fuel
Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day
Tuition and post-processing masterclass (DSLR/smartphone) for all levels
Photowalk around Tórshavn
What’s Not Included
Air fare to and from Vágar (The Faroe Islands’ main airport)
Visa costs (if applicable)
Travel & medical insurance
While you’ll likely want to capture the stunning landscapes of The Faroe Islands on the best camera possible, that doesn’t mean you should ignore the one in your pocket.
Bring your smartphone and prepare to learn how to shoot (and edit) amazing landscapes on the camera you always have with you.
With over 1 million followers on Instagram between them, Greg, Conor & Dan will show you how.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is payment handled?
We use a third-party service called Billetto. This not only allows us secure online transactions, but we can accept numerous forms of payment from credit card to PayPal — whatever suits you best!
What about flights?
Flights to the Faroe Islands are not included, so shop around for the best deal (as always, the earlier you book, the better). You can fly with Atlantic Airways from many locations including Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Reykjavik and Bergen. Flight times vary. Let us know if you have any questions. If you feel you want to come early to get the best flights please let us know and we can help and advise.
What type of accommodation should I expect?
We’ll be staying at Hotel Føroyar, a beautiful four star hotel overlooking the Faroese capital of Tórshavn.
What if the weather is bad?
The Faroe Islands sit in the middle of the Gulf Stream. While this means it never really gets too cold, the weather can be unpredictable – but this is what makes it so interesting! Wet and foggy conditions make for some fantastically moody photography! If it gets too bad, we will have a Plan B in the case of extremely severe (aka unsafe) weather, involving food and post-processing and shooting techniques. We never stop learning!
What skill levels do you teach?
We teach everyone from beginners to advanced photographers. Even if you don’t have a DSLR, we can help you get the best out of whatever camera you bring along (get in touch if you have any gear-specific questions prior to booking).
What if I need more information?
Feel free to contact us with any queries that you may have. Once you are registered, we will send out an information pack prior to the workshop with more details.