This is the first part of a six part series on Photographing Iceland -- The next part will be published next week.
Part 1: Planning the trip
If you’re a lover of landscape photography, or just enjoy travel to far-flung, unique places, Iceland is quite possibly one of those destinations that reside somewhere within your bucket list. Perhaps you lust for golden hours that last for three, or are addicted to waterfalls. Possibly you’re consumed by bird photography and would love to be able to see puffins breeding “in the flesh,” so to speak. Or maybe, like me, you have had a long time goal of seeing the aurora borealis. Iceland of course, is famous for offering all of this and more, making it a highly sought-after destination for photographers of all persuasions.
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