Landscape Photography “The Farthest Point of Iceland”
Landscape Photography “The Farthest Point of Iceland” – While taking photos of the cliffs in Látrabjarg Iceland, I decided to quickly snap a shot of this fellow photographer off in the distance. The photo gives you an idea of the grand scale of the cliffs and shows you just how enormous they really are. This part of Iceland isn’t as popular as the more well-known areas around Reykjavik, and I loved breaking away from the crowds and venturing off to other parts of the Island where there weren’t as many people. I initially came to this spot to photograph the puffin penguins that live here, but I also fell in love with the staggering cliffs that I found all over the area. It was a typical spring day in Iceland, cloudy and cold, but I loved the way that the tall green grass was swaying in the wind against that gloomy seascape background. Check out the larger version of this photo here or on Google Plus!
Post Processing & Camera Settings.
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- Camera: Sony a7rii
- Lens: Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS
- Settings: f16, 24mm, Time: 1/60s ISO: 100
- Edit: Aurora HDR
- Edit: Lightroom
- Edit: Photoshop
- Edit: Luminar
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