Tórshavn by mobile phone

In September I’ve spent 9 days in the amazing Faroe Islands. I have been travelling through the country, shooting some amazing stuff with my DSLR. But with modern technology so advanced and available for everyone it made sense to take some snapshots with my Iphone. Like basically everyone would do right?

Below is a selection of shots that I’ve taken with my Iphone, in the capital city of the Faroe Islands. Tórshavn. You can easily go about capturing this small, but super cosy and amazing city with your mobile phone. A great picture doesn’t necessarily need to be taken with and expensive and professional camera.
Not at all. (technical) Quality matters, but not always. In my eyes, composition and “feel” is key to a great photograph. Tórshavn is so pretty, and photogenic that you will find lots and lots of good compositions and perspectives to snap a very nice photo with your mobile phone.

Have a look at the ones I took!

Down by the water at Tinganes. Kneeled down to get a little bit more of the water in the foreground in the frame.

Down by the water at Tinganes. Kneeled down to get a little bit more of the water in the foreground in the frame.

Very famous spot among photographers, in the heart of Tórshavn.  Tórshavn Cathedral  and Bryggjubakki street (left) and Undir Bryggjubakka street (right) at the centre of the city

Very famous spot among photographers, in the heart of Tórshavn. Tórshavn Cathedral and Bryggjubakki street (left) and Undir Bryggjubakka street (right) at the centre of the city

Tórshavn by night. This was the street I stayed on during my visit.

Tórshavn by night. This was the street I stayed on during my visit.

Narrow streets, down by  Áarstova . One of the best restaurants in The Faroe Islands.

Narrow streets, down by Áarstova. One of the best restaurants in The Faroe Islands.

Old, new, big and small… all types of boats in the harbors of Tórshavn.

Old, new, big and small… all types of boats in the harbors of Tórshavn.

SMS, the shopping centre in Tórshavn. And the biggest in The Faroe Islands

SMS, the shopping centre in Tórshavn. And the biggest in The Faroe Islands

Typical street scene in Tórshavn

Typical street scene in Tórshavn

I just can’t get enough of how cool these houses look!

I just can’t get enough of how cool these houses look!

Tinganes, the old and very cozy area of Tórshavn. Tinganes is the historic location of the Faroese landsstýri (government)

Tinganes, the old and very cozy area of Tórshavn. Tinganes is the historic location of the Faroese landsstýri (government)

Romantic and beautiful, Tórshavn is both!!

Romantic and beautiful, Tórshavn is both!!

Typical and beautiful Faroese houses.

Typical and beautiful Faroese houses.

Hey, this street smells like fish… makes sense!

Hey, this street smells like fish… makes sense!

View on Tórshavn, seen from the town/area of Argir.

View on Tórshavn, seen from the town/area of Argir.

The amazing people at Visit Faroe Islands will provide you with all information and details you need.

The amazing people at Visit Faroe Islands will provide you with all information and details you need.

Lots of cozy coffeehouses to take a break, and enjoy the city, staring through the windows.

Lots of cozy coffeehouses to take a break, and enjoy the city, staring through the windows.

Skansin is a historic fortress in Tórshavn. And it has a nice lighthouse

Skansin is a historic fortress in Tórshavn. And it has a nice lighthouse

Thank you for checking out my images. Keep in mind, all these shots were taken with an Iphone. They were edited on an Iphone as well. With the VSCO app. That lets you apply certain looks and feel to a photograph, and gives you control over some basic edit tools as well.

It also supports RAW files. So you can also transfer your DSLR images to your app, and edit them on your phone, on the go, very modern, very nice.

Jökulsárlón, Iceland

So, I just came back earlier this week from another trip to Iceland. I was booked to shoot some wedding portraits on Iceland's south coast. There will be a separate blog post containing some images from shooting with this amazing couple sometime soon. 

I will start sharing some images that I took during my time in Iceland. It has, as always been amazing again!

Another and probably one of the most visited/photographed locations in Iceland. The Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.

But you can clearly see why. It is so beautiful! It feels like being on another planet when you stand at the lagoon, watching over these floating pieces of icy art.

Spring is here!

The temperatures are rising again, the trees and flowers are turning green and colorful again. People awake from their winter sleep and head out into nature. As much as I love the winter, Spring is always welcome. I just love the seasons, as they pass. They all bring their own beautiful assets to the table.

Therefore my wife and I decided it was time for a little bit of outdoor fun today. And we drove down to the south of the province that we live in (Limburg) To the town and area around Gulpen. Its so gorgeous. Super green, nice hills (which are rare in The Netherlands) and we just had the best weather for a decent hike. Below are some shots from our day in Gulpen, check them out. And if you ever are in the area be sure to make your way outside of the town for a bit, to get a amazing panoramic view over the town

*All shots in this blogpost were shot on my Iphone 8 and edited with the VSCO photo editor.

Panorama of Gulpen