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Biography Stefan Forster

Photographer STEFAN FORSTER, born in Switzerland, spent most of his childhood outdoors. On a three-week solo hike across Iceland’s Southern Plateau at age seventeen, he crossed deep rivers and glaciers and found his passion for photography. He began pursuing his passion professionally and opened his own photography academy a few years later. Now thirty-one, the Swiss native spends half the year traveling the world. He offers twelve exclusive workshops every year in which he leads his clients to our planet’s most stunning locations.

Books

 (…) absolutely beautiful (…)

– Amateur Photographer, UK

(…) fabulous (…)

– Daily Mail, UK

Nordic Islands seen in their ’surreal light‘

Stefan Forster has made more than 80 trips to Greenland, Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands, capturing some of the beauty of the Nordic landscapes. The Swiss photographer has walked hundreds of kilometres and has seen a range of wildlife, including young polar foxes, musk ox families, sea eagles and puffins. (…) In his new book Nordic Islands, Forster presents 160 of his best shots. (…)

– bbc.com, UK

The world’s most remote and extraordinary landscapes – in pictures

Photographer Stefan Forster reveals the highlights of his journeys to the icy far North. Drawn again and again to the drama of the far North, Swiss photographer Stefan Forster has shot some of the emptiest and most extraordinary landscapes on earth. His new book Nordic Islands, out this month, captures the cold beauty of the world’s uppermost reaches from his trips to Iceland, Greenland, Norway and the Faroe Islands – depicting ice formations, jagged coastlines, wildlife, and skies filled with sunlight and storm clouds or the bewitching spectrum of the northern lights. (…)

– telegraph.co.uk

Photographer Stefan Forster reveals the highlights of his journeys to the icy far North

Drawn again and again to the drama of the far North, Swiss photographer Stefan Forster has shot some of the emptiest and most extraordinary landscapes on earth. His new book Nordic Islands (…) captures the cold beauty of the world’s uppermost reaches from his trips to Iceland, Greenland, Norway. (…)

– The Sunday Telegraph, UK

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