Visiting Iceland for the first time, photographer Andy Lee decided to try a new technique when taking pictures of the landscape, making it more dramatic through infrared photography. The results were published on dpreview.com.
Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson and his friend, Morgunblaðið photographer Ragnar Axelsson (RAX), completed their Ring Road trip with a detour of the West Fjords last Thursday. Here are some of the pictures Páll took along the way.
Elisabetta has offered all Iceland Review’s readers and friends a special deal on her soon to be published book Elements.
Here are the latest photos from Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson’s road trip, documenting the drive from Jökuldalur in East Iceland to Húsavík in the northeast and encounters with search and rescue, horses, a jogger and a boat on dry land.
Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson is currently traveling the Ring Road with his friend, Morgunblaðið photographer Ragnar Axelsson (aka RAX). The following photographs were shot in South and Southeast Iceland.
Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson took these images of the northern lights at Þingvellir National Park last night. With the Icelandic Met Office forecasting level-9 northern lights on a scale of 0-9, people flocked to observe the spectacle.
While most landscape photographers can be found trawling forecasts and making sure they are prepared for the conditions they are about to take pictures of, Iceland has taught one of them to trust to fate and go out without expectations.
A new Icelandic photography competition was introduced at lunchtime today. The main requirement for entry into the competition is that the photographer must be legally registered as blind or vision impaired.
Iceland Review photographer Geir Ólafsson ventured out into the bad weather in Reykjavík yesterday to take these shots.
Third year students of Iceland’s Photography School, Ljósmyndaskólinn, open their graduation exhibition at Harpa at 3 pm today.
This winter, photographer Annie Ling traveled to Ólafsfjörður, a town of 800 residents in northern Iceland, for the two-month Skammdegi AIR artist residency. The New Yorker has published some of her photos.
Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson has been named Sony Country Imaging Ambassador for Iceland, made official on Sony’s website in the last few days. He is one of 17 Country Ambassadors and 11 Global Ambassadors for Sony worldwide.
Photographer Ragnar Axelsson (aka RAX) made this third flight over the Holuhraun eruption on Monday.
Italian Photographer and Iceland Review cooperator Elisabetta Rosso won a National Geographic competition for her photo of a swan in the snow.
A lava fall has formed in Holuhraun in the northeastern highlands. A branch of the lava river flowing from the crater has reached the edge of the new lava field in the north and cascades like a red-hot waterfall over the edge and down to the sand plains below.
Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson flew over the volcanic eruption in Holuhraun, the northeastern highlands yesterday. It was Páll’s fifth trip to the eruption site. He observed a red hot river of lava flowing through blackened lava fields.
A 200-meter (656-feet) ice tunnel has been dug into Langjökull in West Iceland, Iceland’s second-largest glacier. Last weekend, lighting was established. The project is being carried out by tour operator Ice Cave, which plans to offer tours into the glacier as of next summer.
An Israeli photographer, Erez Marom has submitted a photo of the Holuhraun eruption to National Geographic for a competition. Marom specializes in landscape photography.
Guatemalan photographer Ivan Castro recently published this timelapse video of the northern lights and glow of the Holuhraun eruption from Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon.
Here we present for the first time Elisabetta Rosso’s video Roundtrip to Hell, produced in cooperation with Iceland Review, about our latest trip to the Holuhraun eruption site.
Tomorrow night, Tuesday October 28, at 19:30 the video Roundtrip to Hell, documenting our latest trip to Holuhraun, by Italian photographer Elisabetta Rosso made in cooperation with Iceland Review will be shown on icelandreview.com for the very first time.