Trailer for upcoming short video-documentary about North House Folk School at Grand Marais, Minnesota. This is quite an exciting project that will take all my skills, however limited they might be :) to complete. I am hoping to get it … Continue reading
One of the things you get to appreciate living in (relatively) small Midwest communities is the rituals celebrate to show the respect and admiration for those whom have sacrifice so much for their country.
Even though I have always enjoy panoramic images work from others, I have never done much myself. After my recent trip to Iceland, it would be a crime not to try, don’t you think :-)
When it comes to portrait photography, I have always like to make the eyes the centerpiece of the image, everything else is secondary. I also enjoy, should we say a minimalistic approach to the portraits, the less in the frae … Continue reading
This was my my first try in making a business video BIO, which I did for my wife. We put this video in 3 days. Of that .75 days shooting footage and the rest in editing and color grading. It was … Continue reading
The trip was mainly a photographic adventure, so shooting video was not ideal while trying to keep pace. That said I was able to shot enough footage to put this together – enjoy!
Ice covers 11% of the country, and it comes mostly in the form of glaciers. Some of them are remnants of the last ice age of 10,000 years ago. The four largest glaciers are Hofsjökull, Vatnajökull, Langjökull and Mýrdalsjökull. Many … Continue reading
The Highlands of Iceland cover most of the country’s interior and are mostly an uninhabitable volcanic desert, because water precipitating as rain or snow infiltrates so quickly into the ground that it is unavailable for much plant growth. This results … Continue reading
Alluvial plains are largely flat landform created by the deposition of sediments over a long period of time by one or more rivers coming from highland regions, from which alluvial soil forms. Near Skaftafell, the vast Skeiðarárjökull alluvial plain is … Continue reading