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Everyone knows the classic images of Iceland. The famous Skogafoss, The Black Beach, The Blue Lagoon, you name it. On a recent trip to Iceland me and Serena Ho decided we wanted to shoot something a little bit different. While the Iceland Highlands are a popular area as well, it is much easier to get unique vantage points especially from a plane. For this series we flew over the highlands for a couple of hours with varied conditions that Iceland is known for. We ended up with a set of images of both wide landscapes and alien textures straight down to show Iceland’s amazing landscapes. It is of no wonder that a lot of movies and series were recorded in this area, one of them being Game of Thrones.
For this series we used the Sony A7R2 with the Sony 16-35 f/2.8 GM lens and the Canon 5DSr with the Canon 24-70 f/2.8.
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Throughout the years I noticed that I visit the same locations around my house many times to see how they would look during different seasons and different times of a day. Sometimes the area where you live would not be motivating to photograph because you see these things every day. However, when I started photography I began to see the world (and my home area) in a different way.
I started looking for compositions everywhere and I now have a bunch of spots that I’d like to revisit. I am always surprised that these spots almost never look the same. This is an example of a tree lane about 5 minutes drive from my house. There are 7 shots taken throughout the year in different seasons and different times of the day. Even during specific seasons with only a few days difference, things can look totally different in a photograph.