Comet Thing

Magical Iceland Northern Lights Some comet disappearing into the North sky over Iceland. Not sure what caused all that green blurring? Maybe it is comet gas? Or green Goblin Fire. This was new moon time at Jökulsarlon. Posted by Iceland Aurora Photo Tours on...
Oskar Ice man

Oskar Ice man

Date and LocationCamera settingsEquipment Taken on March 24, 2017 Location: In the ice caves under Vatnjökull glacier in South East Iceland. This is a very popular ice cave and is normally full of tourists. On this morning, we were in there hours before the tourists....

Velvet Beach

Date and LocationCamera settingsEquipment Taken on December 12 , 2010 Location: Ice beach near Jökulsarlon. The beach is the final land based resting place for ice chunks that calve from the retreating Vatnjökull ice cap. The ice eventually melts into the North...

Goðafoss

Magic Cloth Photos At an un-godly hour!! Tours of Iceland for your camera!! Photography Tours Communication of Space! “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” ― Ansel Adams The Magic Cloth Technique The Magic Cloth Technique is a an interesting method to record a...

Ice beach method video tutorial

Ice beach method This is a photoshop technique to enhance colours and contrasts in a landscape photograph. The technique uses luminosity masks similar to Tony Kuyper’s technique. Different goals are achieved through blending modes such as; screen, soft-light and...

Fjallsarlon

Magic Cloth Images A tough place to compose!! Posted by Iceland Aurora Photo Tours on 2013-09-27 01:36:43 Amazing adventure! It certainly was an outstanding Icelandic scene!! And certainly worth the trip. Be sure to choose the right equipment for Magic Cloth...

BusyBeach

Magic Cloth Images Loving my new Gitzo… heavy to lug around, but wonderful to be able to get to any height. Some scenes are just worth persevering with, this is maybe take 10, The mix of sea and sand is just right. “To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when...

SouthernStar

Magical Long Exposures It’s a bit naughty giving you a huge version to look at, but this was my favourite from our workshop last week, and it is Christmas (nearly). Thanks for all your support this year Flickr friends. OMG I forgot to fix the horizon! This was...