PX3 Awards 2018

I recently participated in the PX3 contest, Prix de la Photographie Paris, and managed to get an honourable mention and silver award for two photographs that I took last year, Winter At Tungnaá & Ice Cave Sunrise.

Fresh look with new galleries and photos!

I really wanted to have my website look a little bit more presentable as a proper portfolio site. At the same time I also added some brand new images that you might have seen floating around on my Instagram. Most of them were made during one of my photo tours at the end of last year.

Get my photography on your wall!

Recently I have made a bunch of my photographs available for purchase on my online marketplace. All of them are available as digital copies in 4K resolution at 300dpi. I chose to sell them in this way so I would be able to make my photography available to everyone that follows my work – without having to deal with crazy shipping costs. This also allows you to print in any size, on any material without being restricted to what I offer.

My top 5 photography locations in Iceland

The two things I kept in mind for this list is that every location has to be reachable from Reykjavík within one day and that it’s interesting for first-time Iceland photographers.

Be aware that not all of these places are reachable during all seasons. Some of them are completely closed off during winter/spring or require a guided super jeep transport to be arranged to get there.

Spending a weekend in East Iceland

Recently I travelled to East Iceland for the weekend. Because the drive to Egilsstaðir (and back) is too long for a weekend trip, I took a domestic flight with Air Iceland. After arriving I rented a car to be a bit more mobile in the area.

10 tips when doing landscape photography in Iceland

In this blog article, I’ve tried to answer one of those questions:

“What should I keep in mind when doing landscape photography in Iceland?”.

I’ve decided to share my top 10 list of what I think is important and I keep in mind myself when I’m out capturing the Icelandic landscape.

New gallery online – river patterns

A week ago I managed to photograph something I’ve been wanting to photograph for some years now: glacial river patterns.

I recently got in touch with a pilot and decided to ask him to fly me over Þjórsá river, a glacial river that crosses with the Ring Road between Selfoss and Hella. The weather was great, although the temperature was freezing cold up in the sky (especially with the window of the plane open to photograph). The river itself is just amazing when you have a bird’s eye view.