Photography in Iceland :: Aircraftcarrier

Photography in Iceland  :: Aircraftcarrier

Arctic Terns

My photography takes a tern for the better. A fleet of arctic terns rest and bake in the Iceland sun. They make a perfect formation on this slab of glacial ice. These are highly aggressive birds and will defend their territory especially in nesting season. These birds feed by diving into the lagoon to fish small trill which they use as part of their mating ritual.

50 mm prime

Being the lazy twat that I am, I decided to take my 50mm prime and stick with it. I figured tat we would encounter many different sizes of ice berg, but because we were moving there would be a suitable distance to shoot each with a 50mm. This was one of many shots I took on a Jökulsarlon boat tour with Ronnie Hauks. He advised me to wear strong nylon pants and an underwire were we would be able to pull Arctic char from the deep waters of my underpants.

Boat tours

The amphibious boat tours are a nice way to get to parts of the lagoon unseen from the shore. The trip is about 40 minutes. Unfortunately the boat can be full in busy seasons and this means it is difficult to move around and get photos from different angles.

How to Photograph the Northern Lights

How to Photograph the Northern Lights

A total guide to taking photographs of the Northern lights for Digital Cameras & wide angle lenses. This night photography guide includes camera settings, equipment suggestions and some Northern lights photo examples.

Green Angel – Jokulsarlon Northern Lights

Green Angel – Jokulsarlon Northern Lights

This is the best place you could possibly stand to photograph the Northern lights. Once you have captured floating glacier icebergs with an aurora reflecting in the still lake, it is difficult to top.

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