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 gannets but it turned out to be more fun than the conditions indicated. We had a great time and the conditions really got better. Enjoying being out in nature surrounded by puffins was a great experience.

Our Books About Iceland

PHOTOGRAPHING ICELAND – A Photo Guide To 100 Locations

A must-have if you plan to visit Iceland. An excellent guide to Iceland and the book we wish we had read years ago when we started traveling in Iceland. The book is the result of a vast undertaking and took more than a year in the making. It is available in all bookstores in Iceland and our online store. Now also available as an e-book.

Softcover in protecting plastic: 21 x 14,5 x 2 cm and 352 pages.

ICELAND: Wild At Heart

Our beautiful bestseller. Available in all bookstores in Iceland and our online store.

Hardcover large format: 26,5 x 22,5 x 2cm and 160 pages.

GRIMSEY – The Arctic Wildlife Wonder

Our latest book and a must-have if you plan to visit Grimsey. It is currently only available in our online store and in the Gallery in Grimsey.

Hardcover: 24,5 x 17,5 cm and 120 pages / 7000 words

It is possible to order our books in our online store with worldwide shipping: www.ggart.is.

Notice that the shipping cost is the same if you order two books.

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Our main wildlife and landscape camera: Nikon D850 – and a long list of lenses. We also use the Nikon D4s for really hard work. For video: Nikon Z6 with Z 24-70 f4 and a GoPro 9.

Our personal photography websites:

Einar Gudmann: www.gudmann.is

Gyda Henningsdottir: www.gyda.is

…and yes… we license photos for various projects. You are welcome to send us a line through one of our websites.

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