Who are we ? who, who ?
Discover who's your guide and our company's commitments.
Your photography guide:
Professional nature photographer, Phil Garcia is also the author of various photography books, about Canon
cameras and different shooting techniques. His nature images have been displayed in many European photography
festivals, such as Namur or Montier-en-Der.
They have also been featured in various publications, and three photography books about Icelandic nature:
- Melrakki, a monography about the arctic fox
- Islande, souffles de vie (in french only), a general inventory of the Icelandic nature
- Lundi, a monography about the Icelandic puffin.
Phil has excellent local knowledge of the Westfjords of Iceland. It is his second home, and he regularly conducts workshops and research in the area during both summer and winter. He will use his expertise to guide you to all the best spots, and help you to improve both your naturalist approach and photography skills in this amazing landscape.
Phil speaks: French, English, Spanish.
At L'Explographe we fully compensate the carbon footprint of all our tours by planting trees.
Check how on this page.
Idea Accio S.L. is a limited company registered in Andorra down the number 10065 and authorization 9589/2001, which organize photography workshops down the commercial name « l’Explographe ».
Our gear partners :
We have set up partnerships with the following brands, to be able to lend you quality gear that you can use and test during your workshop, and allow you to travel lighter.
Leofoto is a high quality carbon tripod maker. Thanks to this partnership, we are now able to lend you tripods and ball heads during your trip so you don't have to carry your in the plane (however the quantity is limited, so please ask when booking your trip).
Mr Jan gear is the maker of the world's best floating hides. The inflatable technology make them easy to transport at just 5.3 kg. This makes us able to propose you a floating hide workshop that you can attend without any special personal gear. Likely the only way to use this technique during a trip to Iceland.