Ultimate Photo Workshops
After photographing in Iceland I decided that we should offer other photographers information, images and more regarding this amazing area.
It wasn’t long before I ventured further and discovered the far northern reaches of Norway, an area known as Lofoton along the western coast of Norway above the Arctic Circle. This is a beautiful country with images at every turn. We cannot wait to release our workshop dates and be able to provide photographers with quality workshops in Norway.
Teaming up with professional Icelandic photographer Örvar Thorgeirsson, we will also be conducting workshops in East Greenland, one of the most isolated areas in Greenland with fantastic possibilities for photographing. This is for the serious landscape and wildlife enthusiast who’s willing to go back in time and explore the arctic, to travel off the beaten track and sacrifice comfort for the opportunity to get amazing imagery.
These pages will offer information on coming workshops, experiences from past events, many images by us as well as some from our workshop attendees.
Thank you again! … Jack Graham
For over 20 years Jack has conducted group and private field workshops Jack strives to make his workshops fun and informative. Jack’s passion for sharing knowledge is never ending.
“The purpose of my photography is simple. I strive to recreate the scene that the viewer would have witnessed at that very moment I captured the image had the viewer been at my side. I desire that my images communicate mood, the atmosphere and the story that each image tells to me. … and most importantly create a sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world.”
Credits include, Landscape Photography Magazine (online), Nature’s Best Photography, Outdoor Photography, California Wild, Audubon, Nature Conservancy, and others as well as stock applications for internal as well as publication use. Jack has published e-books and many articles that have appeared in various online venues.
Jack is sponsored by Gura Gear, Singh-Ray Filters, Outdoor Photo Gear, Really Right Stuff, Hunt’s Photo & Video and Photograph America Newsletter.
Jack is currently a board member of NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association).
Jack resides near Seattle, Washington with his wife and dog in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Örvar has been a mountain adventurer since his teenage years. On his many trips to the Icelandic mountains and wilderness the photographer became obsessed with capturing the raw beauty of the places he visited.
Over the years he has captured Iceland’s most wild places on his camera from the colorful and never-ending midsummer arctic sunset to the inspiring displays of northern lights in winter. Örvar has won multiple international awards for his photos and has been running a photo gallery in central Reykjavík since 2008.