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.
A collection of my favorite images captured in and around Rondane National Park in Norway during the autumn of 2016.
First impression of the NiSi Filter systems. Tested is a CPL, Reverse ND Grad and 10 Stop ND filter.
During my one week visit to the largest island of Greece I got to challenge myself and step out of my photographic comfort zone. Crete is a beautiful island with nice people and captivating sceneries that I had a great time capturing.
As many of you might have noticed, Instagram recently released their latest update Instagram Stories. My first reaction was rather negative, as it is a copy of Snapchat, but after giving it some thought I've come to the conclusion that this can be a great way to connect further with all of you.
During a recent workshop in southern Norway we stumbled across a big group of alpacas enjoying life. See the pictures (and some puns) here!