Having travelled and conducted aurora/landscapes photography workshops to Iceland, Finland and Norway .. William has decided to return to Tromso with fellow photography hobbyists to witness the aurora for themselves
Of course, sightings are never guaranteed, but our esteemed partners in Tromso will ensure that
we will chase the lights late into the night to ensure a great experience for you
Besides the aurora, what trip to the Arctic will be without the husky rides ?
We will travel into the wilderness with our huskies for a unique experience and
William will guide the participants along for photography and there will also be critic sesssions
to help participants improve on their photos. A briefing will be done prior to the trip.
Workshop is open to participants from Beginner to any level
However, participants must be prepared for shooting late into the nite or even the early mornings.
Fujifilm will be providing selected cameras and lenses for loan throughout this workshop.
Check out this timelapse done in our previous workshops in Tromso
Details of the trip will be as follows
prices are based on twin sharing basis
Single supplement is at $500
Leave Singapore on 15th March 2017
Return and reach Singapore on 23rd March 2017
6 nights hotel accommodation in Tromso
5 northern lights hunt with light evening meal
2 Day tour to the fjords with lunch
1 Husky ride with lunch
Flights to Tromso
Visa if non Singaporeans
Personal travel insurance
All expenses of a personal nature
All others not mentioned in inclusions
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or reservations
About William Chua
William Chua is an international award winning photographer based in Singapore. He does predominantly weddings, travel, landscapes, and wildlife photography
He has garnered awards from IPA (New York), MPA (London), PX3 (Paris), PDN, Black and White Spider Awards and the Sony World Photography Awards.
His works have been published in various publications (including Asian Geographic, Geographical Magazine (UK) , PDN Magazine, Lux Magazine etc)
Having led photography workshops to Scandinavia, Mongolia, Bhutan and Africa, and given numerous talks on photography, he hopes to be able to help photo enthusiasts take their photography to the next level.