While the well-known locations are popular for a reason, I've been more drawn towards the no-name landscapes and dramatic atmosphere that describes the island. In this miniseries, the mysterious atmosphere is exactly what I've focused on.
I can’t believe that another year is over. Just like that. It felt like 2018 passed by in a blink. This has been a very exciting year for me where I’ve been able to keep expanding my business CaptureLandscapes, meeting new like-minded people, explore new terretories and spend a big portion of the year guiding photography groups around some of the most scenic places our planet has to offer.
Get my 2019 landscape photography calendar today. Only a limited number are printed so don’t wait too long if you want one hanging on your wall.
2017 has been an eventful year and I've had the pleasure to meet a bunch of new people, make new friends, make new business partners, explore amazing landscapes, teach aspiring photographers and most importantly learn a lot about both business and myself.
After spending 10 days in Greenland, I couldn't help but feel a little overwhelmed – the scenery is incredible but it's changing fast.
I recently had the honor to be a guest at the Traveling Image Makers Podcast by travel photographers Ugo Cei and Ralph Velasco. It was a fun 40 minutes and we talked about subjects such as Long Exposure Photography, drone photography, why I moved from the picturesque Norway to the lesser known northern Spain and much more.
If you want to learn more about me and my photography be sure to download the free episode of this podcast and tune into the interview. This was a fun experience and I'll be looking forward to attending more podcasts in the future!
We spend a lot of time talking about Long Exposure Photography and my latest eBook The Ultimate Guide to Long Exposure Photography. In the interview, I also talk about some of the most common mistakes I see amongst beginning photographers who are just getting started with this interesting technique. These are mistakes I haven't talked about in the eBook but they are important to avoid if you really want to capture images that impress.
I hope you enjoyed the interview. Be sure to let me know what you think and/or leave a review of the Travelling Image Makers Podcast on iTunes - I'm sure they would appreciate that!
2016 has in many ways been a memorable year. Here's a collection of my 16 favorite images captured throughout the year.