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New 2023 workshop announced: Photographing Foxes & Puffins in Hornstrandir. Click here to find out more.

Update 10/05/2022: I have updated my e-book to 80 pages! I added 10 more locations and a custom Google Map to it.

I’m happy to announce my latest creation: a 56-page e-book (PDF) to 25 of my favourite aerial, landscape and wildlife photography locations in Iceland. It’s full of information that can be useful when planning your next trip to Iceland. The e-book is useful for every photographer planning to visit Iceland with photography in mind.

The guide is complete with a lot of different information, such as:

  • A 56-page PDF with written explanations and photographs made by me
  • A mixed bag of 25 of my favourite photo locations, ranging from well-known to lesser known gems
  • GPS coordinates and Google Maps links for each photography location
  • Comprehensive descriptions on how to get there
  • When it’s the best time to visit each location
  • Where to stay if you plan to stick around
  • Photography advice for each place
  • Helpful links and apps which are useful when travelling around Iceland as a photographer
  • An overview of local regulations relevant to photographers

To celebrate the launch of my brand new new e-book, it’s currently 20% off until Monday February 7th.

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Jeroen Van Nieuwenhove

Jeroen Van Nieuwenhove is an award-winning Belgian nature photographer who specialises in photographing wildlife and landscapes with great passion. He has been living in Iceland since 2016, using it as his base to explore and capture the raw beauty of the land of fire and ice and the Arctic region in its entirety.

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