A guide to Arctic photography activities
Whether you are a seasoned professional, or just starting out, the Lapland region offers some of the world’s best subject matter for anyone looking to both develop their skills and do it in one of the most spectacular settings. Photography activities in Lapland do not only give you Europe’s last true wilderness with stunning views and wildlife, but also draws people from around the world to capture the Northern Lights and Midnight Sun.
In winter, the soft glow of the winter sun, gives a spectacular glow to the snow-covered landscape. Come night and Northern Lights Photography activities are a must if you are remotely interested in photography! Spring brings longer days. As the temperatures rise and snow thins life is brought back to the region and the carpet of white snow is transformed into a wilderness of green. As summer arrives so does the Midnight Sun. The Arctic in full bloom gives photographers the chance to hike into the wilderness to capture vast and sweeping wilderness, mountain, lake and coastal vistas.
Many of the professional photographers in the region have a fondness for the Autumn as the green turns to golden yellows and coppers. Along with the shortening days and lengthening nights brings back the Northern Lights – one of the big photography draws for the region.