Dramatic Glacier Landscapes from Iceland


Abandoned ice chunks of the banks of Fjallsarlon, Iceland on an Iceland Winter Workshop. These chunks were re-frozen into the lagoon during the varying Winter temperatures. The scalloped textures on the snow match the textures on the ice. These textures are made by strong winds.

Dodged and burned onto my sensor with magic cloth long exposure. Use the Magic Cloth Technique.

Iceland Aurora Photo Tours on 2015-01-26 20:54:51

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The Magic Cloth Photography Trick

The Magic Cloth Photography Trick is a an interesting way to expose a scene with high dynamic range.


Neutral Density Filter: (only if you are shooting during the day)

Heavy Tripod:

Stabilize your tripod to make it strong. Moving the Magic Cloth can introduce vibrations.

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