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Incredible Iceland 2018

24th February 2018 to 1st March 2018

Frequently Asked Questions?

Why go on an Exposure Tour?

At EXPOSURE, we are passionate about photography just as you are, which lets us understand your travails and needs perfectly. And we use this insight to specially design our Photography Tours so they give you an advantage to excel at the art and set you up for success.

Carefully planned to maximise photo opportunities
Led by professional photographers
Hands-on photography assistance in the field
Extensive learning off-field
Image-reviews, post-processing and presentations
Post-Tour guidance, advice and assistance

Specifically, you will get –
A sagely organized tour with utmost attention to your comfort and needs
An open, informal environment that promotes interactive learning
A team that will strategize and work to a plan to optimize opportunities and ensure a great tour
Practical, hands-on assistance in photography from the tour Skippers both in the field and off it
Individual interaction with the Mentors over general or specific issues
First-hand learning from the masters in the art and craft of photography
That’s not all. When you’re not out in the field using the camera, you will learn and enjoy our sessions on photography techniques, photograph reviews and presentations and discussions on topics relevant to the Photo Tour in question.

Who this opportunity might be for?

Those who want to travel in a way that is different to tourists.
Aspiring photographers who want to learn by being out in the field and seeing how travel photos are taken.
Aspiring travel writers or even established ones who want to pair up with a photographer and know the language and the area that I am working in.

What you can expect?

An opportunity to learn about photography especially landscape photography from being out in the field with us. In our free time, you can ask for any photography related questions that you want.
A chance to travel your country or the country that you are familiar with without having to pay the expenses.
Some amazing experiences and adventures along the way.

What you should not expect?

This isn’t a holiday. At times, you could face some extreme weather conditions.

What are the requisites to participate in this Tour?

Apart from an interest in landscape photography, adventure travel or exploration, a minimum level of fitness is essential. A minimum level of fitness is essential as we explore some extreme parts of west, south and south-east Iceland. If you’re unsure of your fitness or suffer from chronic altitude sickness or a known illness, please consult your physician before signing up for this Tour.

How different are your Photo Tours from ordinary tours?

Unlike travel agents who plan your holiday from a remote destination to places they sometimes haven’t experienced themselves, Photo Tours offer a comprehensive toehold to experience a place through the guidance of a professional photographer. The common ingredients in all our Photo Tours are fun and a lot of learning and knowledge sharing. Besides, most or all of our Tour participants are photography enthusiasts, which keeps the group in harmony and helps make your experience focussed.

Who can be a part of this Tour?

Any individual with an interest in landscape photography, the myriad marvels of nature and above the age of 18 (unless accompanied by a parent or guardian) who has the requisite fitness to complete the Tour can participate.

How cold will it be?

The Gulf Stream is what makes Iceland inhabitable, and without it, the whole country would most likely be covered by ice. The winters are fairly mild and summers are cool. The weather can be unpredictable and very windy and rainy at times. A popular saying in Iceland is “if you don’t like the weather right now, just wait five minutes” as you may occasionally experience the four seasons all in one day: sunshine and mild temperatures to windy, cool temperatures with rain or even snow. The average temperature in January is 0 C (32 F) and the average temperature in July is 12 C (54 F).

In the view of the climate description above, we can only advise visitors to be prepared for everything. No matter what time of year you plan to visit Iceland, always pack some warm and water resistant clothes, hats, gloves and good walking shoes.

Tour Dates

24th February 2018 to 1st March 2018


Iceland, North Atlantic.






4630 USD - Double Occupancy
5530 USD - Single Occupancy

(Includes accommodation and food)


Maximum 6 participants