I'm happy to announce today that I am releasing a brand-new e-book which is focused on nature drone photography. This 85-page educational e-book is a complete guide for both aspiring & experienced nature drone photographers.
Now that the dust has settled, I wanted to say "Thank you!" to each and everyone who visited my photography exhibition 'Fire and Ice', bought one of the photographs or sent me encouraging messages. I am very grateful for the tons of support my work has gotten.
I released a brand new video which is a little bit of a teaser to the exhibition which is opening the coming week. This homage to the Fagradalsfjall Fires is a collection of video footage made during the two most recent volcanic eruptions at the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland.
Lately, I've gotten a lot more messages asking me about the location I captured a photo at. Therefore, I thought it would be a good idea to address why I don't share some photography locations and why you shouldn't either.
I'm happy to announce I have just released an updated version of my e-book! The e-book, containing my favourite photography locations in Iceland, now has 35 locations and a brand-new custom Google Map to help you on your journey.
There are currently no active volcanic eruptions on Iceland but there is still plenty of evidence of the tremendous heat present in the earth beneath it. On Iceland, there are many geothermal areas, which I find incredibly interesting to photograph.
It finally happened: I travelled to Greenland! A few weeks ago I made an impulsive, last-minute, but very rewarding visit to Ilulissat. My main goal? Photographing the majestic castles of ice floating in the UNESCO Ilulissat icefjord.
I'm happy to announce my latest creation: a 56-page e-book (PDF) to 25 of my favourite aerial, landscape and wildlife photography locations in Iceland. It's full of information that can be useful when planning your next trip to Iceland.
After the difficult year 2020 turned into, 2021 came back with a bang for my photography. During 2020, I suffered from what I like to call a "photographic writer's block". I couldn't find sufficient inspiration & energy. I didn't want to go out to photograph and wasn't finding joy in it any longer. Fortunately, 2021 marked a complete turnaround for…
When I’m not out photographing, I find I am spending a lot of time looking at what fellow photographers are doing. I’m doing that to get inspired, to learn new techniques or to enjoy the photographic work that many other talented people are putting out there. In this blog, I listed up 5 photographers whose work I thoroughly enjoy.
I recently spent some time documenting and exploring a few geothermal areas from an aerial perspective using a drone. This top-down perspective provides a unique look at the colourful world of Iceland's hot & festering earth. It can sometimes seem like the surface of a different planet.