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The story behind one of my favourite photographs, taken all the way back in 2015, when I discovered an otherworldly landscape deep in the highlands of Iceland.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveMarch 8, 2023
I released a brand-new YouTube video about photographing braided rivers with a drone in Iceland. I take you through the whole process: from taking the shot on-location to processing the images into a final photograph.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveJanuary 14, 2023
The coming week is the very last week during which you can visit my photography exhibition 'Fire and Ice' in Asse, Belgium. On Saturday November 12th I will be present at the exhibition between 14h and 18h.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveNovember 6, 2022
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.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveMay 10, 2022
Last week I sat down together with Jewells, the amazing hostess of All Things Iceland. We talked about how I got to Iceland, the eruption, my book and much more.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveMarch 16, 2022
In this blog, I am taking you along on my adventure through the Icelandic interior which I undertook during the summer of 2020. From the lush and green Southern Highlands.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveFebruary 15, 2021
A collection of aerial and landscape photographs made during several colourful summer nights deep in the Icelandic highlands. In the early summer of last year, I set out with my friend Gabor Nagy to spend a weekend exploring the southern region of the Icelandic highlands.
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveMay 18, 2020
Some time ago I planned a trip into the Southern Icelandic Highlands. The plan for the weekend was to explore the areas around Kjölur a bit (one of the F-roads crossing Iceland through the highlands) and afterwards drive around Fjallabak all the way to Eldgjá canyon and back. Ambitious plan but perfectly doable (if you're up for driving some kilometres).
Jeroen Van NieuwenhoveSeptember 7, 2017