Architectural Photography In Iceland: Living, Island Style

Architectural Photography In Iceland: Living, Island Style

I recently took a trip to Iceland to work on a story about the interaction between the architecture and the environment in Iceland. Over the course of nearly three weeks I traveled around the entire country, shooting day and night, and sleeping when appropriate. After amassing nearly 200gb worth of material, I’ve begun to go through and edit the images that I’ll be using in the story. You can check out a sneak peek of some of the images below. I’ll be sure to post some updates periodically, but I expect that the entire piece will be finished towards the end of the year. I had a ton of fun and I’m really looking forward to publishing the photos and articles! I hope you enjoy what you see so far.

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Comments ( 4 )

  • Tad

    Mike- I just wanted to introduce myself. I visit your blog from time to time to "study" great images. I find inspiration here to make my images better.THANKS!

  • Andrew

    Hello Mike, I was looking for sources of inspiration and ways to pump up my images… Your site, your images, and your blog certainly has been that inspiration. It's hard work that you've put into making those images, but thanks for sharing…

  • Sunna Pam Furstenau

    Great photos of my favorite place — Iceland. It was great meeting you in Hofsós. All my best wishes on your continued success.

  • RJ Kern

    Mike, I saw today's post on the strobist. Good on ya!!! I did a similar type of sleeping in the car trip to shoot 4 days of Irish landscapes. Could have spent 3 weeks. It was the most amazing experience to think, breath, and create. This exhausting effort refills our foundation of inspiration needed to create our life's work. Kudos on the fine effort and I look forward to seeing your work catapult you to a new level!!

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