Whether you’re visiting Iceland as a destination in its own right or as a brief stopover on your way elsewhere, you’re bound to have a unique and memorable experience. Considered by many to be the world's current #1 destination for amateur and professional landscape photographers, the island possesses unparalleled beauty that cannot be found anywhere else. Indeed, Iceland is on many photographers’ bucket list, and there are plenty of great locations to shoot.
In order to make the most of your trip—no matter how long it is—Photographing Iceland provides you with five unique photography-focused itineraries that cover 40 must-see locations for you to capture. Photographer and Iceland expert Martin Schulz is your guide, providing you with exact directions and location descriptions (including QR codes with Google Maps links), along with tips and advice on the best time of day to visit locations and ideal angles from which to shoot. (Because who wants to end up on the wrong side of Europe’s largest waterfall, Dettifoss, shooting it against harsh midday sunlight?) Itineraries conveniently start and end in Reykjavik, allowing you to complete multiple tours on your trip or combine tours for one epic adventure.