Here’s a straightforward guide on how to get something more out of your waterfall shots. The idea to this guide came to me when I recently visited Iceland again and kept seeing everyone taking the same shots at the famous waterfalls.
Toronto-based photographer Adam Klekotka visited Niagara Falls earlier this month in freezing temperatures and was amazed by the look of the falls, which were illuminated by color lights that made the scene look like “fire and ice” on a different planet.
Photographer Ryan Wright has a new heartwarming story of how he was reunited with his DSLR camera after he lost it in Iceland by dropping it into a waterfall. Wright and his girlfriend, Laurel Anne, were traveling with a group in Iceland earlier this year when they visited the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s iconic […]
I have always been fascinated by classical music and the talented musicians. To celebrate this great form of art I decided to take the classical musicians out of their normal environment into the wild in Karura Forest.