• Photographing Iceland – Goodbye Farewell and Amen

    This is the LAST EPISODE of Photographing Iceland. What an epic journey it has been! On my last day in Iceland I visit Haifoss Waterfall and then return to Landmannalaugar in the Highlands where I had originally failed miserably to get a shot. This time things turned out a little bit more different than what I expected…


    Check it out now on my YouTube channel, click the pic below 🙂


    Iceland Vlog

  • Photographing Iceland – Sunrise at the Lake Myvatn Mud Pots

    Landscape Photography – Photographing Iceland Ep #18. Sunrise at the Lake Myvatn Mud Pots. I think this is the closest I’ll ever get to walking on the planet Mars. The landscape here is just incredible! No wonder NASA sent astronauts here to practice walking on the moon. Man, did I have fun with my drone! Please enjoy 🙂


    Click the pic below to go straight to the video 🙂


    Lake Myvatn Mud Pots

  • Photographing Iceland – Skogafoss Waterfall Iceland

    After arriving in Iceland and just having a few hours sleep, I get up early before the sunrise and venture out to find the famous Skogafoss Waterfall.  What I found just blew my mind!


    Check it out now on my YouTube channel.  Just click the pic below to go straight to the video.



  • Photographing Iceland – YouTube


    Iceland Photography


    Exciting news with the release of my brand new YouTube channel.  Just search Adrian Alford Photography on YouTube, click on the above picture or you can click the tab at the top of my website which will take you straight there.


    My first videos will showcase my adventure to Iceland, one of the most stunning landscape countries on Earth.  Watch me visit some of the most remote locations and witness incredible displays from the famous northern lights.  I took 8 cameras with me on this trip including the Mavic Pro drone which captured some amazing footage from the air.  Short videos will tell the story from each location I visit, the photographic techniques I use and the resulting images I achieve.


    Please feel free to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of the action.  Trust me, there really IS some action including damage to gear, injuries, cyclonic weather, flat tyres and probably one of the most scariest moments in my life when I almost get wind swept off a mountain at Landmannalaugar.  But in between all this I still manage to capture some incredible images that I’ll cherish for the rest of my life.


    In the future, I plan to use my YouTube channel to do more video on adventure photography tutorials to different countries around the world, along with road test the latest gear in photography, drones and technology.


    Anyway, enough of me typing, head on over to my YouTube channel and catch me talking to you while doing what I love, PHOTOGRAPHY!