Trying to create the most unique photograph of a landscape is hard to do, especially if it's a well-known photo hotspot like Iceland. But these two local photographers revisited the same spot over and over to produce wildly different and stunning images.
It's hard to get landscape photography right at the best of times. The preparation involved with planning a landscape shoot can be immense. Tracking sun position, light levels, cloud cover, and weather is just the start of it. You then have to nail the exposure settings with the correct photographic equipment and get composition bang-on. Even then, we can come away with lackluster results due to the light not being right.
Fortunately, Gudmann and Gyda, two Icelandic photographers, have everything nailed. With the correct equipment, a good deal of pre-planning, and the foresight to revisit the same location in northern Iceland multiple times throughout the year, they come away with some spectacular imagery.
Follow along as Gudmann and Gyda discuss their approach to revisiting the same spot to produce varied and beautiful photographs despite having the same scene to work with. Discover how by changing kit and arriving at different points in the day and year and altering shooting position and composition, you can capture beautiful landscapes without having to travel anywhere.