I’ve always enjoyed videos on landscape photography. And after several trips to the land of ice and fire during 2015 and 2016 I came up with this concept. I basically wanted to make some videos I wanted to see myself, which are informative and inspiring. Basically the best video guide to landscape photography in Iceland.
There’s a lot of photography vlogs out there and some are better than others! I wanted to cut to the bone and skip the boring parts. I don’t care about what you eat, that you left your camera bag on a hillside or how hard it is to get up in the morning. I want to show you how to find the location and what to look for. Also if you don’t know how to handle a camera, there are a billion other videos about that. I don’t want to tell you “what to do”, but I’ve added my EXIF data so you can see “how to do”. I hope you’ll follow me on this journey. I’m completely open for feedback on everything.
More info: mpiphoto.dk
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