Hi Gang, and happy Friday!

I finally I posted my images, and the story of the trip, over at exposure.co (that’s the photo storytelling site I’ve been using for a few years now — it’s a wonderful way to share a trip like this).

Here’s the link

Thanks for letting me share some of my photos from the trip with you. :)

Hey, I’m in Minneapolis next Wednesday, and then Milwaukee on Friday doing my seminar – hope you can join me.



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Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for Photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books.


  1. Hi Scott, amazing photographies of iceland. Vik is so a wonderful place ! Your picture reminds me good memories. thank you ! :-)

  2. Hi Scott, those images are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing them with us. I would love to go to Iceland one day. It’s on my list. :)
    Have a great weekend,
    Mark R.

  3. Hi Scott — Your images are wonderful. And I loved hearing about your trip and how much you enjoyed the experience. I was kind of over hearing about how great Iceland was, but after reading through your blog and looking at your images, I totally want to visit! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Hi Scott,

    Great to see your Iceland photos. I have gone there the last two years to take photos as it is a photographer’s paradise, and was curious why you hadn’t gone. I was hoping to someday see your take on it and the photos look fabulous.

    Seeing your photo of Dyrholaey reminds me of the walk I took from the rock spires on the horizon in your photo up and down the beach to the rock structure in the foreground. It takes longer than it looks :)

    Can’t wait to see where you are off to next.

    • I bet that was a hike down there. I thought about it and said…nah! :) I bet it was beautiful down there, though. :) Next stop – Venice, Italy and the Dolomites Mountains! (God willing) at the end of this month. :)

      • Amazing pics Scott!
        I picked up my first DSLR a year and a half ago and Iceland was the first destination right after getting bitten by the photography bug.
        If only I went through your videos, tutorials and tips a bit earlier, before going there… ;-)
        No other choice left, but to go back after learning some more from your great lessons!
        By the way, I come from a small town not too far from Venice. If you (and other readers too, of course) would like few tips to regain energies after shooting:

        “Al Timon” (good for Italian “aperitivo” and you can dine there too)

        “Osteria Alla Vedova” (appreciated by both locals and tourists)

        “Antica Adelaide” (historical little restaurant that kept its old charm, a must)

        I promise, no cousins, friends, or other relatives will benefit from this ;-)
        (people from Venice may have other opinions and places to suggest, but these are mines if it could help)
        Enjoy and bring back some more nice photos!

  5. Very nice. I especially like the waterfall with all the rich green surrounding it.
    I’ve never taken a picture as good as any of these, and convinced I never can… so I’m selling my gear tomorrow and taking up knitting. (actually I already knit anyway).

  6. Beautiful! – love the house with the grass roof under the cliff! You’re very dedicated to get up so early for landscapes (thought sport shooters like to sleep in before a game ?)

  7. Adobe does not support the 5D mkIV. How did you process the images? – Thanks for the intro

  8. Beautiful set of images! It’s hard to believe just HOW MUCH you managed to see and capture in only 3 days!

  9. Very cool images! I went around the entire country via motorcycle with two friends last August and absolutely fell in love with the country. Can’t believe you didn’t check out the abandoned plane – it’s about 20 minutes from Skogafoss! I got a pretty cool shot of it while we were there…

  10. Fantastic photographs, I was there earlier this year (when it was an awful lot colder and snow on the ground) and the sights were spectacular. You’ve captured them brilliantly and now I just want to go back again. :-)

    But (there’s always a but!), every time I scroll through I keep seeing the small spot of dust/dirt at the top of this image – https://scottkelby.exposure.co/three-days-in-iceland/photos/3074811 just thought I’d point it out to you!

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