Hello there, I just came back from my holidays to the land of ice and fire (yes, again), yes, I know. In addition to shooting my traditional long exposures with the beloved Fujifilm XT-2, I brought a film camera with me, and shot a bunch of images on film. Just because I love how the […]Read More What Happens if You Develop Colour Film as Black and White?
Hello friend, I was wondering what kind of travel photographer are you? Are you visiting a country with a checklist of places to photograph or are you going with the flow and shooting what happens to appear in front of your lens? I suppose there is no right or wrong answer, but I noticed that […]Read More Are You Going on Adventure or Ticking off the Checklist?
There is more and more people complaining that Iceland is getting too crowded this year, and it seems to be true. I saw a lot of hotels being built, I saw many more rental cars added to the fleet, and I definitely saw many more obnoxious people in the places of interest. I don’t know […]Read More Would You Take Pictures If There Was Nobody To Show Them To?
You know what’s the main problem with Instagram? It is addictive. Like a bag of chips that you can’t put down once you taken that first slice of potato. You just starting off, and you made an account, and you posted something and surprisingly there were 50 people who showed up and cared about what […]Read More It’s All Part of The Masterplan.
And that it was bloody windy that day. Windy in the most annoying way. Those early spring winds like to knock you out and take you out for a spin. But with the eyes, the nose, and the mouth full of sand, I still enjoyed roaming around. This spot is just made for fabulous shots, […]Read More Weather Is Not Always Friendly, Some Might Say.
Hey friend, I always shoot my landscapes in colour, and enhance the color, and bring out the details… but I though what if I try to turn them into black and white… would it work? It kinda leaves the bare essense of the image and no bullshit around. Look at this one, how the opening […]Read More Sometimes it’s Black and White.
So one of those must visit places in Iceland is this magnificent Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon beach with black sand and gigantic pieces of ice just lying around. Although the first time we arrived there, there were no pieces of ice and it was raining like it’s the end of the world. But I saw some […]Read More Jokulsarlon Black Sand Beach or How I got Kissed by Atlantic Ocean.
Before I went to Iceland and got heavily critiqued on my tripod, I had no idea that it was bad. It always worked for me, and I managed to get the shots I needed for 4 years of my photography life just fine. But no, then all these fancy Americans with their fancy tripods surrounded […]Read More I Need a New Tripod… again.
One day when you’re going to visit this beautiful place, just don’t be tricked by the slow peaceful way these ice cubes move, they can totally bring you down and let you feel how really icy Iceland can be… but I will tell you the full story another time. For now just enjoy the soft […]Read More Mesmerized by the Ice in Jokulsarlon.