Creating Emotion in Landscape Photography

Are you familiar with the impact of emotion? The concept of evoking a palpable sense of feeling from deep within is a powerful tool in landscape photography that allows the viewer to connect with the environment in a profoundly personal manner. Anyone can utilise technical skills to set up a camera in a beautiful location […]
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The World Where You Live

Kaspars and I went to Hvaleyri for a blazing sunset the other night. There were many patterns on the beach, though we had been hoping for some mossy rocks! The tide was out, so there were no real pools to explore. When the colours took hold, both of us panicked without clear compositions to shoot. […]
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Is This Earth?

One of our new ventures this year is to visit geothermal areas throughout Iceland. So far, we have managed to cover a few on the Reykjanes Peninsula, though there are still many more to explore. Here is a behind-the-scenes of my love, Kaspars Dzenis, shooting the ground beneath him at Engjahver last week. It’s just […]
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Recap: PhotoPills Camp 2018

The PhotoPills Camp 2018 was such a wonderful experience! I am honoured to have been a Master this year and to have met such an incredible group of people throughout the adventure. The evenings were the highlight, when we went in-field to share our knowledge the best way that we could – with hands-on experience! I was […]
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The Twilight Hour

This was a photo that I had envisioned for a while, so after the sun had set around 11pm, Kaspars and I went with our friends Snorri and Eva to shoot the stars. With little aurora activity predicted and the days becoming ever longer, we were surprised to witness possibly the final display of Northern Lights for this season. It was […]
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