In keeping with the theme of the last post, on travel photo tips, here are some images from a recent trip to Iceland! I tried to follow some of the basic rules:
|Paying attention to the surroundings: |
I captured this Icelandic horse on the uninhabited island of Videy.
|This panorama captures a lone man walking on the beach, |
putting into perspective the vastness of the ocean and mountains nearby.
|Framing the image using the natural surroundings: |
The beautiful flowers naturally frame the church.
|Here the North American and European tectonic |
plates naturally frame the creek below.
|Change your perspective: |
This image was taken of the Reyjkavik skyline from the water.
|Kneeling down, I was able to capture both the waterfall |
as well as a rainbow which formed in the mist.
|Here I captured the (world's first) geyser in all its glory |
by kneeling down and shooting upward.
Here are some other Images of Iceland for fun:
|Gullfoss = Golden Falls in English|