Aurora in timelapse Now is the season of Northern lights in Iceland and tourists are coming to Iceland to see, enjoy and photograph them. Time lapse photography is a great way of catching those great, vivid, dancing colours dancing on the sky above us.Read more
When you are out in the night shooting the Northern Lights and they start to dance all over the sky, you want to get them all in your picture but that can be difficult. The Northern Lights sometimes move very quickly around the sky, change colours and forms so it is a challenging task to choose what part of the lights you should shoot.Read more
Hvalfjörður / Whale-fjord is situated in west Iceland between Mosfellsbær and Akranes. The fjord is approximately 30 km long and 5 km wide.Read more
Seljalandsfoss is one of the best known waterfalls in Iceland. Seljalandsfoss is situated between Selfoss and Skógafoss, where Route 1 (the Ring Road) meets the track going to Þórsmörk. 130km from Reykjavík and 1,5 hour drive.Read more
I live in the West part of Iceland, close to the nature and close to some great location for shooting northern lights. In this post i´m going to tell and show you a few good places to visit if you want to shoot the northern lights in this part of Iceland.Read more
Shooting the Milky Way in Iceland From September when the nights get dark you can look for the Milky Way galaxy and try to capture it with your camera. Photographing the milky way is a good option when the northern lights are not visual or very weak.Read more
Summer sunsets in the north west part of Iceland are unique, you can see the sun go down or the sun rise up again at the horizon and colour the sky and the clouds above you in blood red colour. Driving from Reykjavík to the north would take you around 3-4 hours.Read more
I'm an landscape and nature photagrapher. Started taking pictures 2007, first I bought Canon 400D and 2010 I upgraded to 50D. Spring 2012 I upgraded again my camera to 5D Mark III. I was living in the north part of Iceland, Skagafjörður where I was surrounded with beautiful nature and landscape for seven years, 2005-2012. I had my first exhibition in summer 2009 in Hofsós, Skagafjörður. Since then I have had several exhibitions alone or with others. In the spring 2011 I published a photobook; Light and Nature of Skagafjörður. Included with the photobook is a CD with my wife Alexandra Chernyshova. 2012 I moved too the west part of Iceland, Hvalfjörður, where I work as a principal in kindergarden, primary and secondary school. In December 2013 I published my second photobook "Light and Nature of North west".