“Having been to Antarctica with Michael and Kevin, I would say after having traveled the world and shot nearly my entire life as an exhibiting photographer,
it was one of my highlights in my life and I talk about it, all the time. The images and experience of seeing something visionary and nearly extinct from the world,
to see and experience the wildlife and scenery that does not fear humans is amazing.
The images I shot there won me two Smithsonian awards and nearly 18 other international awards”. – Tim Wolcott
Enjoy this steaming HD video from our 2009 workshop.
Get a taste for what you may experience.
Press the on-screen arrow button while playing to view in full-screen HD.
Antarctica 2014 – SOLD OUT long ago
are Available on Our Just-Announced Antarctica 2015 Expeditions
How many people get to say they have traveled to the bottom of the world? Not many, however, you could be one of those people. Luminous-Landscape has done a number of expeditions to Antarctica, and is proud to offer again a chance for you to participate in a life changing experience. Join us In January 2015 as we once again explore Antarctica.
Our uniquePhotography Worksopoffers a chance to visit and photograph one of the most pristine environments on the planet. We offer a fly over the Drake trip saving two days of travel at both ends of the workshop in possibly some of the roughest seas there is. You will find the workshop lead by not only experienced expedition leaders but some of the finest photographic instructors ever assembled in one location. You’ll travel in complete comfort and enjoy wonderful food aboard the Ocean Nova.
From the moment you board the Ocean Nova until the time you disembark you will be enjoying a trip made up of photographers. Learning, sharing and photography will be non-stop. You’ll have your gear ready because at any time an all hands call could go out as we approach whales, icebergs and great scenes that must be photographed. Photograph icebergs close-up, land on shore and photograph penguins and amazing landscapes, visit abandoned outposts and whaling stations. See nature up close like you never have before.This is an adventure you will come back from with more keepers than any other trip.