Iceland and photography are like peanut butter and toast, they go together. It’s where glaciers, waterfalls and other-worldly landscapes await you and your camera, ready to provide the adventure of a lifetime.
I know a place… Where frozen landscapes blend with sunset skies… Where reindeer forage in snow covered forests… Where the darkness is illuminated by dancing waves of green magic… Lapland is a paradise of another kind.
As a weather geek, photography for me is about so much more than just clicking the shutter. It’s about reading the conditions, knowing the forecast and experiencing nature in all of its glory.
Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Iceland Where waterfalls spread their glistening trails over wild landscapes and rugged coastlines weave beneath volcanic craters…Welcome to the Snaefellsnes peninsula.
Travel Guide – Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Jökulsárlón is the type of place that’s hard to leave. It draws you in with its natural beauty, tranquil silence and overwhelming frozen figures that float throughout the chilly lagoon.
Lofoten Islands, Norway. They’re rugged, wild and oh so beautiful. The Lofoten Islands are fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for photographers and this guide will show you all the best locations to capture the scenery from all angles.
Iceland Photography Location Guide – Reykjavik to Hofn It’s a country where waterfalls, icebergs and volcanoes converge to create otherworldly landscapes.
Iceland Photo Locations: Skógafoss Waterfall Skógafoss is one of those places you instantly become fixated with. The gushing waterfall dazzles with rainbows dancing in its mist, sea birds and their white wings soaring through watery curtains and the powerful sound of the Skógar River dropping over a 60m cliff.
Iceland Ice Caves – Ice Caving in Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland Standing beneath a ceiling of ice patterned like bubble wrap as a glacial waterfall flowed past my feet, I was in awe of nature.
Walking in a Winter Wonderland… The landscapes of Swedish Lapland in winter are like a snow globe come to life. White, bright and dreamy with a sky filled of constant dusk.
Switzerland is known for it’s mountain scenery that echoes yodelling and cow bells from peak to toberlonesque peak. One region in particular is all this and much more.
Where to Photograph the Northern Lights It’s always been palm fringed shores, colourful seaside villages and warm tropical waves that lure me to a destination.
As an underwater photographer I have numerous lakes, seas, oceans and coastlines on my growing list of places to photograph. Silfra, Iceland was at the very top.
Dog sledding with my camera through a snow covered forest in Swedish Lapland, moments don’t get much better! As we drove along passing endless fields and forests of white I had no idea what to expect from the day of dog sledding ahead of me.
Learn how to Photograph the Northern Lights Photo Tips for Photographing Aurora + Astro When the green waves of the Northern Lights dance in the sky or the stars twinkle on a clear night, you’ll want to know how to photograph this incredible natural phenomenon.
Where to stay in Kiruna, Sweden When picturing my dream winter scene I always envision a little cabin in the woods surrounded by fields of snow and a sleigh out the front.
Photographing Aurora in Swedish Lapland Snow covered forests, dark and chilly days with little sunlight appeared to be the perfect conditions for some aurora sightings.
From Nuremberg to Vienna – Your Guide to Some of Europe’s Best Christmas Markets As an Aussie, Christmas has always been about a day by the beach and a barbeque in the hot sun.
Please tell me I’m not the only adult first time skier to cause chaos at the ski slopes? As groups of four year old children zipped past me at what felt like the speed of Olympic downhill skiers, I stood awkwardly trying not to slip over whilst standing still.