Back From Iceland

I am now back in the office and in catch up mode.  The Luminous-Landscape workshop I just finished running in Iceland was a success.  I did this workshop with my long time friend Daniel Bergmann who is one of the premier guides for Iceland.  He is also a great photographer and wildlife expert.

Iceland has gotten quite crowded with tourists over the last several years.  While this is good for the country economically it is a burden on many visitors as there are now so many people.  On our trips, we won’t even go near the tourist spots.  Too many buses and crazy people.  Instead, we travel to the remote and more picturesque areas of Iceland that tourists don’t visit.   This year we visited some places I haven’t visited before.  The bottom line if I came home with a ton of nice images.  Some of which I share below.

I used a Fuji XT2 with a wide variety of lenses to capture these photos.

2 thoughts on “Back From Iceland

  1. Thank you for sharing. I recognized all the locations from my Iceland Highland trip 2016 with Daniel and Joshua Holko. Your images are fabulous. Just sold all my Canon gear and switched to Fujifilm X-T2 so it is very special to see your work with that set-up. It is my pleasure to have been with Daniel n Winter and Summer — he is wonderful! I cannot imagine going to Iceland with anyone else. Hope to post Winter 2015 images on website in the next week or so.

  2. Simply amazing! I was in Iceland a few months ago and, while I enjoyed it, I now know that if I go back, I need to find the roads less traveled. It would seem you have done just that! Perhaps I will join a tour with you folks sometime in the future. Well done!

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