2 Days of Bird Photography in Bad Conditions

Enjoying a touch of bushcraft and tackling windy conditions at the Rauðinúpur Cape We spent two days of bird photography, mostly focusing on gannets and puffins at the Raudinupur Cape in north Iceland. It was windy and the distance was great from us to the...

A Relaxing Day of Bird Action Photography

The conditions promised a productive day of bird photography in Grímsey. The plan was to try to get a shot of Arctic Terns with reflection and re-create a favorite shot. This turned out to be a great day. The relaxing atmosphere at the Sandvíkurtjörn...

Interview feature in the N-Photo magazine about our photography

Einar Gudmann and Gyda Henningsdottir interview in N-Photo
It is an honor to be interviewed by Keith Wilson, a legend, writer and journalist in the field of photography. In the past he has interviewed some of the biggest names of the photography industry. The latest issue of N-Photo features a interview about...

Photographing the volcano eruption

We have now made two trips to the volcano eruption. In this video we focus on photographing the volcanic eruption in Iceland during the blue hour and after dark. We share tips and tricks for photographers and show how the images are taken. Welcome...

Surviving Photography in Iceland

Our Interesting Photography Projects in 2020 YouTube possibly saved our sanity and the few photography projects we got in 2020 possibly saved our photography as business. We are very thankful for the few photography projects we got. In this video we take a look at...

The power of scale in landscape photography

I am no fan of selfies but selfies in landscape photography offer scale. They show the size of the landscape with something in comparison. Instagram is probably the center for the selfie-makers and the platform has given selfies a new dimension. For landscape photography...