Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland (2012)
I'm getting ready to return to Iceland in a couple of days to lead my Autumn & Aurora Discoveries workshop with Focus on Nature. We have a good sized group that meets the "Goldilocks" standard...not too big and not too small...just right!
It's always interesting to return to a place that you've already explored with your camera. The familiarity allows you to revisit themes and compositions that are still calling to you. You can also be more efficient as you explore some areas, since you've already gotten certain "obvious" shots out of your system. With those images already "in the bag", you can concentrate on looking deper and finding new ways to portray a location.
I'll be brigning three camera systems with me on this trip: My full frame Canon DSLRs, an iPhone 6, and my wooden ZeroImage 6x9 pinhole camera. I look forward to using each of these imaging systems to create distinctly different photographs. After the workshop ends on October 11th, I'll be staying on for about a week to give some presentations at an Adobe event in Reykjavik, as well as to explore and photograph on my own.