Landscape

Landscape photography in Iceland.

Raw Fine Art experiments in Hvalvík bay

Fine Art Photography experiments are the subject of this video taken in Hvalvík in North-Iceland. Going to a completely unknown location with the creativity unbiased is a challenge. We do not try to define what is fine art and what is not. Rather we...

Grimsey – our Wildlife Photography Secret

Soon it will be no secret. Grimsey has for years been our secret when wildlife photography is the goal. Less known is the fact that this small island on the Arctic Circle offers also a landscape worth exploring. We made this short video this...

Searching for symmetry at the Aldeyjarfoss waterfall

Aldeyjarfoss is one of the most majestic waterfalls in Iceland, but rather a challenge to reach since it is in the highlands. It flows into the river Skjálfandafljót around 45 km above the waterfall Goðafoss, on the so-called Sprengisandur route. It takes about an...

Finding simplicity in winter photography

Kirkjufell on ice.
This winter feels like three winters. Not only because we have been working for months in the office. Three times we have seen heavy snow come and go. This means the weather is constantly changing. It also means the appearance of the landscape is...

Working the scene at the Gluggafoss waterfall

Gluggafoss waterfall
Finding lesser known locations to shoot in Iceland is a challenge. Considering that the Gluggafoss (Merkjárfoss) waterfall is not far from the crowded Seljalandfoss in South-Iceland it is a hidden gem. It is definitely worth it to drive from Seljalandsfoss to Gluggafoss if photography...

Kirkjufell from all sides and seasons for 10 years

When is enough enough? The article "No, Iceland Is Not Over-Photographed" at fstoppers.com by Mads Peter Iversen got me thinking. At the time the article was published we were heading to Snæfellsnes in Iceland, one of the most photographed locations in our country. We had...

Photographing in north Iceland in January

It has been cold for the past few weeks. More or less minus 5 to 20 celsius. The day is short which means going somewhere to photograph is a hit and run project. After two or three hours the light is gone. We went to...

Northern lights photography near Myvatn

Everything is black after dark if there is no moonlight. No moonlight, no details in the mountains or the landscape. I prefer having some moonlight when photographing northern lights. Those were the conditions we had when we went from Akureyri to Myvatn few days...

Fuglabjarganes in Vopnafjörður

Finding new locations to photograph in Iceland is kind of an ambition for me. Some parts of the country have been photographed from every angle and there is a satisfying pleasure in finding new locations. South-Iceland and Snæfellsnes are probably the hottest photo-locations and...