The shoreline by Skagastrond. A gabbro outcrop that Sadi, the other undergraduate was mapping and studying the faults of.

Before coming to Iceland, I emailled an Icelandic photographer whose work I enjoyed to see if he had any advice on gear to bring for working in Iceland. He recommended a wide angle lens, which is way out of my budget right now, and graduated neutral density filters, which isn’t. I bought two, although I’m pretty sure I was accidentally sold the same one twice and as I bought them the day I left, didn’t notice until I got here.

I really like how they help bring out more accurate colors in the sky, I feel like the blues always get blown out, and I definitely used them for the picture above.


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