Photo workshop Dyrholaey
Cotton Ball Sky
We had an amazing photo shoot at Drholaey on the return leg of our 5 day Winter Workshop. The area was suffering with heavy rain on day 1 when we passed through, but we were rewarded with incredible clouds on our last day of the photo workshop.
Landscape photography becomes a very different game when you switch from wide angle to telephoto. This image was taken with my Canon EF 135mm f/1.4. It was all about placing the Reynisdrangar sea-stacks in a good position at the bottom of the frame to let the clouds dominate the space above.
The famous sea stacks at Vik are often the subject of our Winter workshops, because Winter sunsets can occur right amongst the stacks. Most of our suggested long photo tours will include Vik and Reynisdrangar although it is also possible to visit the area on our South Coast day tour.
Dynjandi waterfall Dynjandi on a Photo tour Included on our 6 day Wonderful West Summer photo tour. Photo Tips Photos often struggle to do the scale justice, but it is very useful to include a person in your shot to show the scale. It is also worthwhile to take some telephoto shots from the bottom […]
Dramatic Waterfalls from Iceland This was a colourful Winter dawn behind the falls at Seljalandsfoss. The waterfall has access behind it. It is possible to photograph many different angles. Sometimes it is difficult to find a dry spot behind the waterfall. In the Winter it can be extremley slippery. The slippery path is hazardous. Posted […]