Photography Tours in New Zealand and Norway
A photographers dream destination
Why Choose Us
With over 30 years’ experience, our team are passionate about helping people discover New Zealand’s famous South Island or Norway’s Lofoten Islands – both remarkable photography destinations with some of the world’s best landscape locations. We know you will enjoy getting that perfect shot at each location as we enjoy focusing on your experience. Our tours are unique as we limit the guests to a maximum of 8 guests for our New Zealand tours and a maximum of 6 guests for our Lofoten tours. We also cater for the non-photographers/partners in the group who will enjoy exploring the surrounding locations. You will meet some of the locals and discover the secrets of the local area.
Our motto is “ focus on the experience … and enjoy the destination”
Work with Local Photographers
Explore and Travel
New Zealand South Island Tours
Lofoten Winter Landscapes & Northern Lights
Photo opportunities in New Zealand
Towns - Christchurch, Hokitika, Wanaka, Queenstown, Arrowtown, Te Anau, Dunedin, Lake Tekapo
Sights - Arthurs Pass, Pancake Rocks, Franz Josef & Fox Glacier, Lake Matheson, Mt Aspiring National Park, That Wanaka Tree, Cardrona Valley, Skippers Canyon, Glenorchy, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, Fiordland National Park, The Catlins, Otago Peninsula, Larnach Castle, Moeraki Boulders, Mt Cook and Aoraki National Park, The Church of the Good Shepherd
Experiences – Helicopter flight over Franz Josef & Fox Glacier, glacier landing, 4WD Safari’s - sunrise/sunset opportunities, jetboating Shotover River, Milford Sound or Doubtful Sound, wildlife sightings, astrophotography, golden colours in Autumn and famous Lupin flowers in SpringMore About New Zealand
Photo opportunities in Norway
Towns - Svolvaer, Henningsvaer, Leknes, Ballstad, Nusfjord, Hamnoy, Sakrisoy, Reine and A
Sights - Northern Lights, Winter and Autumn landscapes, Sea Eagles and mountain ranges
Beaches - Haukland, Uttakleiv, Unstad, Ramberg, Flakstad
Bridges - Fredvang
Fishing Huts - known as RorbuersMore About Lofoten
Blue hour is when the sky has a deep blue hue with a cold temperature and saturated colours. It is also an ideal time for landscape photography because of the different shades of the sky and the colour saturation.
Golden Hour is when the sky goes from yellow to orange to red – those golden tones having a warm colour temperature, the lighting is soft, diffused with little contrast because the sun is low in the sky. This period of time does not produce strong shadows or harsh lighting and is an ideal time for landscape photography. At times you will get amazing sun beams 15 to 20 minutes before the sun sets.