Icelandic Adventure with Hans Strand
2015-01-28 Celebrated Swedish photographer Hans Strand has just published his latest book, and this one is very close to his heart. Entitled “Iceland Above and Below”, it’s a collection of work shot in that country on the ground and from an aerial perspective.
“When I visited Iceland for the first time in 1995 it was love at first sight,” Hans says. “Now I must have travelled there around 20 times to take pictures.”
Naturally Hans, a previous Hasselblad Master in the Landscape category, used his favourite Hasselblad cameras to shoot most of the material in the book, and the quality of his vision is outstanding.
More from Hans Strand at www.hansstrand.com
Icy Coast, Near Jökulsarlon, June 2013 / H3DII-50 + HC28mm + HTS-Adapter, ISO 100, f16 at 1,3 sec
Reflection, Landmannalaugar, July 2009 / H3DII-50 + HC28mm, ISO 100, f11 at 1/15 sec
Mountains of Fjallabak, June 2013 / H3DII-50 + HC50mm II, ISO 200, f9 at 1/800 sec
Fjallabak, June 2013 / H3DII-50 + HC50mm II, ISO 200, f9 at 1/800 sec
River Arch, Landeyjasandur, July 2009 / H3DII-50 + HC80mm, ISO200, f4,5 at 1/800 sec
River Flow, Skeidararsandur, July 2009 / H3DII-50 + HC80mm, ISO200, f5,6 at 1/750 sec
Hvítarvatn, July 2009 / H3DII-50 + HC80mm, ISO200, f4,8 at 1/800 sec
Waterfall Brúarfoss, June 2014 / H3DII-50 + HC28mm, ISO 50, f18 at 1/10 sec
Waterfall Háifoss, July 2009 / H3DII-50 + HC120mm Macro, ISO100, f8 at 1/80 sec
Eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, May 2010 / H4D-40 + HC80mm, ISO 200, f7 at 1/800 sec