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!
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.