This was taken from inside a glacier on the Jokulsarlon ice beach. It was a little tricky to get this shot just right as I had to take the camera off of the tripod and rest it on the ice. After a lot of trial and error I came up with this shot.
Horsing Around February 27, 2014 |
Get it!?! This is another shot of the majestic Icelandic Horse.
This is another shot of the majestic Icelandic Horse.
Fjallsárlón February 25, 2014 |
This is Fjallsárlón one of the last stops on my Iceland photo tour.
Iceland in Motion February 24, 2014 |
This is another shot from Vesturhorn, Iceland. The light was perfect during this sunset and the clouds formed perfectly on top of this already photogenic mountain top.
Fossahola February 19, 2014 |
This is a waterfall off the beaten path called Fossahola. I haven't been able to find any other photos or information online about it. This was one of the nicer things about having a tour guide who is familiar with the area and was able to come up with places nearby when the lighting was just right.
Fossahola, a hidden gem only known by our tour guide, Tony. Can you spot the other photogs from my tour in this photo?
This image was actually quite challenging to produce. Since I was shooting straight into the sun, I had to blend together multiple exposures to minimize over-exposed highlights and under-exposed shadows. While it didn't come out perfectly I think what I made out of this shot is pretty cool. This is Iceland's famous Ice Beach.
Icelandic Horse February 12, 2014 |
My photography tour of Iceland would not have been complete without capturing the native horse. Taking a break from the majestic landscapes made for a great change of pace on our last day of the tour. These guys were super friendly and loved having their heads scratched. I was sitting down shooting up at one point, and one of these guys started chewing on my foot. I think he was just trying to get my attention for a much needed head scratch.
The famous Icelandic horse.
Vik Zoomed February 11, 2014 |
If I had to describe my style of photography, perhaps the most distinguishing aspect would be my preference for wide angles. Over time I have wondered why I prefer images zoomed out so much. Is it more representative of how the human eye sees things? Perhaps it's just easier to make compositions with everything in front of you. Anyways, this is a rare shot at a tight angle, 122mm in this case.
Skogafoss Approves February 10, 2014 |
This is a shot from a point about 2/3 up Skogafoss, one of Iceland's biggest foss (that means falls in Icelandic). There is a ladder leading up to this point with what seems to be a warning signs picturing a stick figuring falling backwards off of the waterfall. "Be Careful" I guess...
Skogafoss February 08, 2014 |
This is Skogafoss, the second stop on our photography tour. The drop is 200 feet.