a hot spot link back to homepage a link to this same page of day tours a hotspot link to testimonials praising f-stop Tours a link to frequently asked questions a link to a gallery of images by Mike Kissane, owner-operator of f-stop Tours, called Iceland Showcase a link to other useful info about Iceland a link to Mike Kissane's biography
A navigation menu to various pages of the website for f-stop Tours a hot spot link back to homepage a link to a list of great day tours offered by f-stop Tours a link to a gallery of images by Mike Kissane, owner-operator of f-stop Tours, called Iceland Showcase a link to frequently asked questions a hotspot link to testimonials praising f-stop Toursa hotspot link to specialty tours offered by f-stop Tours a link to other useful info about Iceland a link to Mike Kissane's biography

A photographer sillohetted against Vatnajökull glacier, near Jökusálón, southeast Iceland, Copyright 2009 Michael J. Kissane, All Rights Reserved
Midnight near Jökulsárlón
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OUR COMPANY name plays on the photographic term 'f-stop' and though almost all travelers take pictures, some are professionals. Owner-operator Mike Kissane, himself a Charter Member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), with a degree in Wildlife Biology, has had the pleasure of cooperating with some of the world's eminent nature photographers, including David Muench, Tom Mangelsen, Jim Brandenburg, Lewis Kemper, James Balog and others. We continue to organize photography tours for both individual professionals and team workshops. These can be local and just a few days long or circle the island in about two week, and may involve a single SUV, a van or sizeable coach.

Whether you are interested in birds, waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers, or Nature in all its splendor, Iceland has plenty to photograph, and it is one of f-stop Tours' specialties. During the gorgeous, long summer daylight, darkness is more a figure of speech than a reality, as the Midnight Sun seamlessly blends dusk into dawn, providing beautiful light for hours on end.

Although summer is the choice of many photographers, all the seasons have something special to capture. The fall colors of September and October are a delight to the eye, and the moody winter light and Northern Lights provide a special challenge for those with a keen eye, patience and maybe a tripod. Spring's delicate wildflowers grow tenaciously in the watery veils of Europe's most powerful waterfalls, proving there is indeed gold at the end of the rainbow. Kittiwakes, Northern Fulmars and particularly, the Golden Plover herald their arrival coinciding with Nature's re-awakening.

Among photographic projects organized for 2011 was Andy Long's First Light Tour. Look for it again in 2013 !

Iceland Workshop led by Andy Long, First Light Tours

http://www.firstlighttours.com/iceland_workshop.html

All photos this page © Michael J. Kissane, All Rights Reserved

A single Atlantic puffin poses on a rock ledge in Iceland, Copyright 2009 Michael J. Kissane, All Rights Reserved
Posing Puffin
Jökulsárlón in Midnight Sun, Southeaset Iceland, Copyrigth Michael J. Kissane, All Rights Reserved
At Jökulsárlón
Lakigígar craters, central Iceland, Copyright, 2009 Michael J. Kissane, All Rights Reserved
Lakigígar moonscape
Hvannadalshnjúk, Iceland's Highest Peak, seen from Skaftafell National Park, Copyright, 2009 Michael J. Kissane, All Rights Reserved
From Skaftafell National Park

All photos this page © Michael J. Kissane
Michael J. Kissane Owner /Tour Operator, Hafnarfjörður, ICELAND
ph. +354 565 2178, cell +354 898 1278, Contact f-stop Tours: E-mail Michael