Not too far from the city center of Reykjavik one can find a beautiful lighthouse called Grotta. Every time you visit, the landscape changes as the shoreline can produce some stunning subjects for photos. Sunsets in Iceland are lovely, especially at the beach. I used my reverse nd for this shot as I knew it would create many deeper [...]
A fantastic place to visit while in the South of Iceland. Not only can you touch 10, 000 year old ice, take glacier pond tour, watch seals play in the icy waters but you can also simply enjoy being in nature. My favourite times to visit are later evening and early morning and as late [...]
Just one of the treasures you find at the shore. Iceland has numerous places to stop and build a sand-castle. Shot with a Canon 100mm macro lens, which also doubles as a portrait lens too.
Living in Iceland allows for abundant opportunities for landscape photographers. Not only is there amazing light but there is also amazing peace and quiet. Sure, the usual spots are flooded with tour buses at times or car loads of locals stopping to visit their own country, but aside from that, it is quite easy to find yourself [...]
Shot in the middle of winter. This is a waterfall that is a 30-40 min drive from Akureyri and is a very popular tourist stop all year. To get to this spot, turn at the gas station and make your way down the road a little ways and walk over the mossy lava or use [...]
A glorious evening in the midnight sun. A super time for photographers to catch some amazing light that is not only soft, but long-lasting. Þingvellir: A must see for landscape photographers. Shot as a single exposure, sans polarizer, Lee NDG .6 + Singh-Ray Reverse NDG. Canon 5D MKII + 24mm F1.4L
Using my new Singh-Ray Reverse Neutral Density Graduated filter…whew! That’s a mouthful for sure. A simple-looking piece of resin-plastic-like material you place in front of your lens to bend the light fantastic. Now, in Iceland, we are entering into many, many hours of soft dusky light and even with the sun still in the sky, [...]
This photo was taken during a photography trip with a family member in the South Shore of Iceland. The very popular waterfall is called Skógafoss and is certainly worth a visit while in Iceland. This trip was a lot of fun as I was with my mother and it was her first time here. We were traveling [...]
About Jennifer Greenland
Currently residing in Iceland I have discovered a joy for digital photography including landscapes, animals, people ...