The video below was made by Stefan Forster, a professional photographer and filmmaker.
We found these timelapse images of Iceland, called ‘Whispering Iceland,’ at vimeo.com and thought we’d share them with you.
The video ‘Etheral,’ shot by Evosia Studios, shows an aerial view of the Icelandic highlands, which you can view here.
An exhibition, featuring a series of photos by Kristina Petrošiutė, titled Decompostion, opened last weekend in Gallery Ramskram, Njálsgata 49, Reykjavík.
Two German photographers captured pictures of a dust devil by Hjörleifshöfði, South Iceland, yesterday afternoon.
Yesterday’s feature in DP (Digital Photography) Review was a photo by Phil Garcia of an Arctic fox in Iceland.
A photographer who 30 years ago photographed a number of young people on the 200th anniversary of the City of Reykjavík is now hoping to photograph the same people again, provided he can find them.
Brazilian photographer Angela Sairaf has created a series of photos, titled now + here = nowhere, almost all of which she took in Iceland during trip to the country in March, 2015.
The winner of a photography portfolio competition held by the Reykjavík City Museum January 15-16 is Agnieszka Sosnowska.
A rare phenomenon called a moonbow, or moon rainbow, was caught on camera near Stykkishólmur, West Iceland, Sunday evening.
Photographer Agnieszka Sosnowska, who is based in Iceland, will exhibit her work in Vision Neil Folberg Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel, October 15-December 17, as part of the Manofim Jerusalem Contemporary Art Festival 2015.
Elska is a new erotic magazine targeted at a gay audience, set to hit the stores next month. The magazine’s editor, Londoner Liam Campbell, explains that he chose the name elska—the Icelandic word for ‘to love’—because his love for travel began in Iceland.
A photography exhibit featuring intimate portraits of Icelandic single mothers has gained international attention.
Photographs of Icelandic landscape by Belgian photographer Wim Denijs, which were published on dailymail.co.uk yesterday, have garnered significant attention. According to ruv.is, they’ve been shared 3,000 times.
A new photography book by Iceland Review magazine editor and chief photographer Páll Stefánsson recently hit the shelves. Titled Iceland Exposed, the 152-page book, his 32nd, is Páll’s first about Iceland in eight years.
Erez Marom discusses his photo ‘Watery Grave’ of what he describes as a “grisly scene” of the mass herring deaths in Kolgrafafjörður fjord near Grundarfjörður on Snæfellsnes peninsula, West Iceland, in February 2013, in his latest article on dpreview.com.
A dear friend of mine, and very good friend of Iceland, Mary Ellen Mark, an artist known for her incredible humanist photography, passed away Monday in New York City. She was 75.
The photographer Ragnar Axelsson, often known as RAX, gave himself just 80 hours to travel as much of Iceland as he could in April, taking pictures all the way.