26 Dec Iceland with Fuji X-T2

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Time to wrap up this eventfull year with a couple of blogs on last summer’s travels. I was lucky to visit both Iceland and Greenland again, this time with a pair of wonderful Fujifilm X-T2 cameras. Both parts of my trip were organised by  Iceland Photo Tours. The Icelandic part of the trip was overwelming by its combination of magnificent landscapes, waterfalls, ever changing light and weather, textures and colours. Iceland Photo Tours named it an Extreme Iceland Highlands Workshop – I think it is safe to call it an Epic Iceland Workshop. Thank you very much Iurie Belegurschi and Örvar Atli Þorgeirsson it was epic! 🙂 There is so much natural beauty on this island that once you have visited it – it will always stay in your heart and you will want to come back, and so I did. FInally at the end of my trip I was lucky to see Iceland from the air thanks to the best flying ace of them all #volcanopilot – thank you once again Haraldur – it was awesome!! Thor was not in a good mood though, so I will have to come back to fly again soon.

Throughout the few weeks I kept one X-T2 with the 50-140 f2.8 lens (my main landscape lens) and a vertical grip. The second X-T2 body had an L-plate and either the superb 16-55 f2.8 or on occasion the 10-24 f4 when the landscape was so epic that it would not fit into my idea of…

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