Tom Hegen is a photographer and designer from Munich, Germany. He shared that stunning photography series: The Rivers Veins which are during the time when the glaciers would melt in Iceland. As I quote from Tom: "ice blue water veins their way across the black volcanic sand, creating most peculiar patterns in the landscape." It's hard to tell if it's actually a picture or pure CGI, I trust on Tom's expertise to share with us the amazing wonders of the Earth. What do you think? As the glaciers in Iceland melt, ice blue water veins their way across black volcanic sand, creating most peculiar patterns in the landscape. Those scenes have an element of duality – it is hard to tell whether a picture was taken from a macro perspective or from a small airplane around 3000 feet in the air. More Links Personal Site Behance Photography
It's that time of the year where I am seeing so many of my friends traveling to Iceland, it's indeed a beautiful destination! It's a stunning country and we love it as well on ABDZ. One thing though, we are starting to get used to see the same photos from the same locations, sometimes it might get pretty exasperating. For me the least, how about we change the atmosphere a little? Let's take a look at our friend GMUNK with his #inframunk collection shot entirely in Iceland! In their words, "captured the terrain using his custom modified Full-Spectrum FujiFilm X-T2 IR, a grip of LifePixel Super-Color Infrared Filters and some Vintage Nikon Manual Focus lenses – together producing some fiercely psychedelic and experimental palettes". During the Summer of 2017, Munko embarked on an ultra-inspiring Photography Adventure through the amazing country of Iceland, traveling with his homies from the PhoGølscollective – Jake Sargeant and James Heredia. Together they spent 11 days exploring various sites from all over the island, pushing themselves to keep it dialed and produce results they could be proud of. Links Learn more about GMUNK Follow GMUNK on Behance Buy print on CinaArt.com Photography
I think we have never featured Iceland for its architecture, we are just so fascinated by the natural landscape. And I have to admit, it is quite surreal. But let's take a look at the work of Tania De Pascalis when she explored the Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavík, Iceland. Located in the heart of the city, this building features a colored glass facade inspired by the landscape of Iceland. You should definitely see it come to life at night time. For your information, Harpa was designed by the Danish firm Henning Larsen Architects in collab with Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. Through its unique design and color reflections, Harpa represents the heart of Iceland. More Links Learn more about Tania De Pascalis Architectural Photography
We are exploring the Southern part of Iceland today with photographer Marina Weishaupt. She is from Germany and truly a passionate about nature, animals, and environment. She finds her true passion being on the road and exploring the remote secret locations of our planet. It's a beautiful motto that few of us have the chance to accomplish and even to explore such locations. We are following her on her journey to Thórsmörk, Iceland; situated in the south between the glaciers Tindfjallajökull and Eyjafjallajökull. I personally haven't done it but I heard it's one of the most popular hiking areas in Iceland. More Links Learn more about Marina Weishaupt on Behance Get your knowledge about Thórsmörk, Iceland Digital Photography
We're just loving award-winning fine art, architecture & landscape photographer Kevin Krautgartner's aerial photography of beautiful Iceland. Always fascinated by the landscape of this unique locale, German-based Krautgartner captures stunning shots of icy mountains, roaring volcanoes, monolithic glaciers and deep, cavernous fjords from an aerial point of view that leaves the viewer completely whelmed. His work has taken him to many different countries around the world and its no surprise that some of his series have received international photography awards. Enjoy and be sure to check out more works by this talented young photographer. ABOUT KEVIN KRAUTGARTNER Kevin Krautgartner was born 1988 in Schwelm, Germany. He graduated from University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund with a degree in photography and graphic design. He has since been living in Wuppertal, where he has mainly been working as a professional photographer and image editor. His work has taken him to many different countries around the world and some of his series have received international photography awards. When Kevin Krautgartner is not at work by assignment, he devotes much of his time and passion to his personal photography projects, which will culminate in future books and exhibitions.
The East from North America is getting a pretty big snowstorm at the moment, so I thought about going through the same cold lines and featured the work from Mikael Buck and his stunning Glacier's Ice Caves from Vatnajökull, Iceland. Going through his project, it’s amazing with all the details and perspectives that makes you so stunned about this spectacular artifact from nature. Mikael Buck is a photographer currently based in London, UK. Focusing his work also on digital photography and advertising; Mikael's work from Iceland is absolutely stunning. Make sure to follow his work on Behance. Earlier this month I was fortunate enough to be commissioned to travel to the Vatnajökull National Park in southern Iceland to photograph the ice caves found underneath the Vatna glacier. Here are the results of what was a truly inspiring trip. The light bouncing off the ice in every direction and the amazing textures created where the ice mixed with volcanic ash were unlike anything I have ever seen before.
Sigh, drones. They are pretty (very) pricey, fragile but they can give you the best vantage point of areas/perspectives that you can’t never ever be reached other than being riding a helicopter or flying like Superman. On the other hand, flying a drone in a very particular place and environment like Iceland; can really take your drone game to a whole new level. Let’s take a look at the work from Vadim Sherbakov and his aerial journey within the Icelandic Landscapes filled with waterfalls, valleys, mountains, landscapes, oceanic cliffs, old glacier, and many other magnificent wonders. As we are planning our trip to Iceland in less than a month, this is definitely inspiring and breathtaking. Vindur is a non-narrative short film shoot with drone in different parts of Iceland. Vindur means wind in Icelandic which is relevant to the way its shoot. So for 3 minutes you will get to enjoy amazing drone footage portraying Icelandic unbelievable landscapes. Beautiful waterfalls, endless valleys, unusual mountain ranges, out of this world landscapes, oceanic cliffs, old glacier, fantastic canyon and many other wonders that makes Iceland so unique and such a blast to shoot using DJI Phantom 3 professional. More information: http://www.madebyvadim.com
We are finally letting go our temptation and we are planning our first trip to Iceland. This Icelandic Island located near the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean with a population a little low as about 330K to cover its whole island. This country is recently getting a lot more attention and visitors during the last few years. For those who doesn't know Iceland is volcanically and geologically still active which makes things a little scary and exciting at the same time. I'll make sure to take pictures and share it on Abduzeedo. By the meantime, let's follow Martinet Sarah's journey to Iceland with her breathtaking pictures taking from a plane with open windows. We can't help to be amazed by the landscape especially at this perspective that totally reminds me of a painting. The full series os my aerial images in souht Iceland taken in a plane with open windows during summer 2014. Þórsmörk, Landmannalaugar, Langisjór, Seljalandfoss, Vatnajökull, Landmannalaugar,Tungnaá river, Maelifellssandur, Granifjallgardur, Torfajökull. More information: http://sarah-martinet-photographe.fr.
What started off my interest for Iceland was the movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, I was charmed by its emptinesss and stunning landscapes at the same time. It's for the same reasons I stumbled across Lauranne Gy Renucci and her voyage to the Republic of Iceland. Passionate about photography, writing and travelling, Lauranne is a photographer and reporter from Paris, France. For more information check out: http://laurannegyrenucci.world
Our friend Jeff Sheldon commonly known as Ugmonk recently came back from a trip to Iceland. Magically inspired, Jeff has brought us back a beautiful collection of images and video, nothing but pure inspiration from Reykjavik. Enjoy! All shot on my new Olympus EM-10 with f2.8 12-40mm lens. I’ll be writing more about my new camera setup in the future, but it was a lot of fun to put it through its paces on our trip. All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk All Rights to Ugmonk Video Free Wallpapers All Rights to Ugmonk Links: Learn more about Ugmonk: http://shop.ugmonk.com Follow Ugmonk on Instagram: http://instagram.com/ugmonk
My wife keeps telling me all the time how much she loves Iceland. I didn't know much about it besides the Aurora, but it seems that Iceland is an absolutely outstanding, beautiful country. Jaw-dropping level, really. These are just some examples of how good visiting Iceland might be. So now it's official, I really want to visit it with my wife. Of course that these pictures were taken by some really talented people who got an eye for beautiful spots. I really recommend you to visit their portfolios for more by clicking each picture, and I'm pretty sure you may even get to buy some prints. How wouldn't love getting some of these hanging in their wall? I know I would. My wife would die for it. Oh, and don't forget to watch the video at the end. It'll give you the goosebumps. I hope you enjoy these and visit Iceland sometime soon. Cheers! ;) P.S.: If you liked this post don't forget to follow me on Twitter (@paulogabriel) to get more of my post updates as they happen. ;) Adam A John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid Ana Stefanovi? Saleh AlRashaid bsmethers bsmethers bsmethers Jeff Bell Malene Erkmann Erik Schimmel D'Arcy Guerin Gue Video: Fragments of Iceland Fragments of Iceland from Lea et Nicolas Features on Vimeo. FRAGMENTS OF ICELAND A short film by Lea Amiel and Nicolas Libersalle Music Credits : To build a Home by The Cinematic Orchestra Buy the song from Itunes : http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/to-build-a-home/id416359594?i=416359607
Taken by the Spanish freelance photographer Patricia Gil Mayoral, this collection of black & white photos from Iceland is simply amazing. Each shot of landscape heaven is very nostalgic with a great feel to it, you can look at each shot and imagine a story behind it. Take a look through this collection and enjoy! For more from Patricia Gil Mayoral visit her at flickr.com/photos/pgilma