March 22, 2014
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It was actually a little difficult to find an isolated piece of an iceberg when I visited Jökulsárlón in Iceland last year. The lagoon that sits on the south shore of Iceland is literally covered in icebergs of all sizes, floating in and out towards the ocean. I spent a lot of time looking for just one lonely iceberg to shoot floating on the deep blue water.
Last week, I had some time to go back over some of the photographs I made while I was in Iceland and it was really refreshing. Re-living the trip I took was actually pretty great. In fact, I discovered this forgotten memory of the visit to Jökulsárlón.
Editing this image also reminded me of how powerful digital photography has become. On the left, you can see the original image from my camera compared to the final version. I use onOne Software to edit all my images - I'm consistently surprised with how easy it can be to achieve the vision you have for your work through their software.