10 TIPS WHEN DOING LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY IN ICELAND

Over the years I’ve been getting plenty of questions about 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. I hope you find it useful and keep an eye out for more of these articles in the future!

 Me at work on Snæfellsnes - © Dirk Annemans

1. BRING A STURDY TRIPOD

You might have heard this before but Iceland can be a very, very windy place. It’s vital to use a sturdy tripod when doing landscape photography so you’re sure your gear is secure and stable, even in the windiest of places. Even when using a sturdy tripod, be mindful of the conditions you’re in. This is especially important when you plan on doing long exposure shots – oh, and don’t forget your remote control.

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