Iceland, Sept 2017, Day Three

Day Three in the field was a bit wet. We sneaked out to the Glacier lagoon for a return visit and found a temperature inversion (fog). After a little uncertainly whether to stop, we visited the black sand beach first and enjoyed the very different situation than...

Iceland 2017, Day Two

We had surprisingly outstanding light, although we had to work with intermittent rain. This resulted in great conditions: soft morning light for infrared, clearing clouds, soft light on the lagoon, and momentary sky breaks on the black sand beach. When...

Iceland, Sept. 2017, Day One

It’s always great to come to Iceland and to share this great place with our clients. We run tours 1-2 times a year. July and/ or September. Each time of the year has its charm and incredible photo ops. Upon arriving in Reykjavik, the forecast was for non stop...

The essence of the aurora borealis

After several years teaching in Iceland in July, we scheduled a September workshop, hoping to photograph fall color and the northern lights. The odds of photographing an aurora at all in a particular week are low, but figured we could give it a shot and if no auroras,...

The importance of editing much later

When editing, my images are viewed in a triage system: there are images that are good; there are images that are usable (read salvageable); and there are images that are obviously throw-aways. As I was driving on a dirt road, this image quickly presented itself. I...