Photographing Iceland: A photo guide to 100 locations

New book: Photographing Iceland: A photo guide to 100 locations We are pleased to...

Searching for symmetry at the Aldeyjarfoss waterfall

Aldeyjarfoss is one of the most majestic waterfalls in Iceland, but rather a challenge to reach since it is in the highlands....

The power of scale in landscape photography

Standing on a rock in Hljóðaklettar when the sun is going down. The distance is long, taken with 70-200 @ 98...

Finding simplicity in winter photography

Kirkjufell mountain in snow simplifies the scene. It´s nice to break all the rules. Centered, no rule of thirds, but who...

Our landscape photos in the new Icelandic Passport

The new passport We are proud that a large part of the landscape photos in the new Icelandic Passport are...

Huge Photo Exhibition in China

https://youtu.be/iRnxx6QjtI4 What do you do when you get a invitation to show photos at a Photo Exhibition in the middle of China? Well... of course...

Art Gallery Fold in Reykjavik presents our work

Art Gallery Fold has started to sell some of our framed photos in it´s gallery in the center of Reykjavik at Rauðarárstígur 12-14. Now...

Working the scene at the Gluggafoss waterfall

Finding lesser known locations to shoot in Iceland is a challenge. Considering that the Gluggafoss (Merkjárfoss) waterfall is not far from the crowded Seljalandfoss...

Kirkjufell from all sides and seasons for 10 years

When is enough enough? The article "No, Iceland Is Not Over-Photographed" at fstoppers.com by Mads Peter Iversen got me thinking. At the time the article...