Iceland Landscape Photography
Iceland landscape photography is such fun and nice to work with. When one photographs a landscape with beautiful lakes that are full of fish and mountains that stand so dignified a good framing gives the image something extra. In this landscape photography, we were in a cave outside Reykjavik looking at the mountains in front of us. The photographer was sitting on a rock as far inside as was possible. I sat down in my red jacket in the entrance to give the image some color. Using the cave entrance to frame the picture was in our mind just great. How do you like the framing?
Travelers and outlaws have for centuries used Guðnahellir as shelter from the snow and cold weather. It is on the road that leads from the southwest coast to Þingvellir. Þingvellir was for more than 850 years the place for our parliament. Therefore people traveled all over Iceland to gather there when the parliament was in session.
How this photo was taken?
Nikon D810, with a 24-70 mm f/2,8 Nikkor lens. ISO 100, f/22, 1/30 sec, and tripod.0