Last week almost the entire of North of Iceland was extremely fortunate to witness polar stratospheric clouds, or nacreous clouds, for about 6 or 7 days in a row. Even though we didn't see any such clouds in Reykjavík, it did remind me of one of the most amazing photography moments I've witnessed since moving to Iceland.
I was extremely intrigued when I discovered the ATOLL tripod collar. This new solution promises to replace your L bracket by solving issues such as the limited range of motion of your fully articulating screen & access to the ports on your camera. How does ATOLL hold up and will it replace my L bracket?
Earlier this month I spent a few days in Hornstrandir, a remote area in the West Fjords of Iceland. My goal was to photograph the arctic fox cubs which start leaving the safety of their dens around that time.
As many of you undoubtedly know, last year I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience a volcanic eruption up-close in a way that has rarely been possible. I visited the Geldingadalir eruption of the Fagradalsfjall volcanic system in Iceland over 44 times.
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.
Recently, I spent a morning photographing seals at one of my favourite locations. It was an interesting morning for wildlife due to the weather conditions. In this blog I share how things went and also how I edited my photographs from this trip.
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…
The past weeks have been incredibly busy for me. Among other things, I was finalising my book with the printing company, giving a lecture at the Photo Days in Brussels and much more. I guess it was time to give you all a bit of an update of what's going on these days.