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Iceland 2013 posted and workshops filling up fast.

March 28th, 2013 |  by No comments
Aurora over the Glacial Lagoon in Iceland

Aurora over the Glacial Lagoon in Iceland

I am back home after two fantastic back to back workshops in Iceland.  The aurora is a magnificent sight to see but difficult to photograph in a unique way. I have posted my images from Iceland at http://www.sethresnick.com/recent/iceland2013/. I hope you enjoy the images and we will certainly be back to Iceland in the future. For now our other workshops are filling up very fast and Antarctica 2014 has only 3 spots left. This will be the first time we fly both ways to Antarctica and avoid the Drake Passage. Sun Valley is sold out and Greenland has only 10 spaces left. My workshop at Santa Fe and with Greg Gorman also have only limited space and our return to the amazing Atacama Desert has only 5 spaces left. For more information on these workshops or any of our Lightroom Workshops please visit http://www.d65.com or http://www.sethresnick.com

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Second Workshop Just Added Auroras/ Night Photography /Glaciers and Ice Caves Added March 6-12, 2013

November 20th, 2012 |  by No comments

Our Auroras and ice Caves Workshop in Icelandsold out so fast that we added a second session March 6-12, 2013. This session only has 9 spots left. If you would like to reserve a spot contact

Einar Erlendsson <einar@focusonnature.is>.

Workshop Updates

 

Our Atacama Desert workshop  December 3 -11 2012 in Chile is sold out .

Our Antarctica South of the Circle Workshop, February 8-21  has only 4 spots left.

 

 

 

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Highlights from our DPD trip to Iceland

September 3rd, 2012 |  by No comments

John Paul Caponigro and I (DPD) in conjunction with Einar Eriendsson and Focus on Naturejust concluded our Iceland Workshop. We had a fantastic time and are already planning to return this coming winter to hold a workshop on Auroras, Ice Caves  and glaciers and aerials which we will announce soon. If you would like to

2013 is a super year for auroras – a twelve-year peak. If you are interested in early notification about this workshop which will be limited to 14 people, please write to iceland@sethresnick.com

I realized on this trip that Ice is my muse and wanted to share some of the highlights of our Iceland trip which is the first part of our Arctic Adventure. Tomorrow we start out Greenland Workshop and will post those images when I return.

 Green algae in pools at crater on Snafellsnes, Iceland

Church on Snafellsnes

Computer screen in lava near summit of crater on

 

Multicolored lava at crater

 

Sensual lava

Snafellsnes

Basalt formations on Snafellsnes

Basalt Columns Snafellsnes

Birds foraging for krill in breaking waves

The highest peak in Snafellsnes is snow free for the first time

Car at sunset on Snafellsnes

The aurora as seen in Snafellsnes

Reykjavik

Opera house in Reykjavik

Silica flats at Powerplant

Breaking waves in Rekjanes

Crater in the Highlands

Striations in the hillsides of the Highlands

Sheep on a mountainside in the Highlands

Waterfall in the Highlands

Waterfalll in the Highlands

Waterfall in the Highlands

Waterfall in the Highlands

Wall of volcanic crater

Panoramic of entire crater

Obsidian reflecting blue sky near crater

Full moon rising over Heckla Volcano

Eyjafjallajokull

eyjafjallajokull

Rainbow at Seljalandsfoss

 Seljalandsfoss

 Seljalandsfoss

 Seljalandsfoss

Rainbow at Skogarfoss

Storm brewing in South East Iceland

Sculpted ice in Glacial Lagoon

Formation in Glacial Lagoon

Glacial Lagoon

Glacial Lagoon

Glacial Lagoon

Glacial Lagoon

Ice on Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

 Fallsjokull Glacier

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Highlights from Seth Resnick Iceland Creative Workshop

August 15th, 2011 |  by No comments

I would have posted each day as planned but we were shooting for 18 hours a day and didn’t always have internet. This was one of my most enjoyable workshops ever. Below is a small sampling of some of the many highlights of the trip. Already excited to return next year teaching a joint workshop with John Paul Caponigro 

Reykjanesvirkjun, geothermal power plant in the Southern Iceland.

 

Silica deposits create wild patterns at geothermal plant

 

Patterns from the deposits of minerals were incredible

 

Geothermal heat rising from vents

 

 

The ground was simply at bubbling array of color and steam

 

Hiking on the Vatnajokull Glacier was certainly a highlight

 

Going into an ice cave was pretty cool as well

It was more than pretty cool... It totally rocked....

 

There was more than landscape. There were great faces...

 

Amazing people......

Amazing people......

 

Color everywhere

Color everywhere

 

Vacant farm near Vatnajokull Glacier

Vacant farm near Vatnajokull Glacier

 

Hiking on Vatnajokull Glacier was incredible. Black ice from all the ash.

Hiking on Vatnajokull Glacier was incredible. Black ice from all the ash.

 

Skogafoss Waterfall at sunset which was around 9PM

Skogafoss Waterfall at sunset which was around 9PM

 

Still amazing light at 10PM

Still amazing light at 10PM

 

Black ice in the Glacier Lagoon

Black ice in the Glacier Lagoon

 

Taking a boat through the lagoon to the headwall of the glacier was certainly another highlight

Taking a boat through the lagoon to the headwall of the glacier was certainly another highlight

 

At the headwall of the glacier we found this incredible blue iceberg

At the headwall of the glacier we found this incredible blue iceberg

 

Lighting icebergs with flashlights at the Lagoon

Lighting icebergs with flashlights at the Lagoon

 

Reds and blacks on the glacier

Reds and blacks on the glacier

 

Bubbling mud at the moment it the bubble breaks

Bubbling mud at the moment it the bubble breaks

 

Cracked earth in Hverageroi

Cracked earth in Hverageroi

 

Siggy the best driver in the universe taking a smoke break

Siggy the best driver in the universe taking a smoke break

 

Moonrise at the Glacier Lagoon

Moonrise at the Glacier Lagoon

 

Sunset at the Glacier Lagoon

Sunset at the Glacier Lagoon

 

The best highlight of the trip was climbing Eyjafjallajokull to the site of the eruption. At the based the water was filled with mineral deposits.

The best highlight of the trip was climbing Eyjafjallajokull to the site of the eruption. At the based the water was filled with mineral deposits.

 

A small 3 kilometer climb and the group did great. At the base of the volcano the ice was beyond amazing

A small 3 kilometer climb and the group did great. At the base of the volcano the ice was beyond amazing

 

Mud on ash at the volcano

Mud on ash at the volcano

 

At the summit the rocks were hot and the colors were my favorite pallet

At the summit the rocks were hot and the colors were my favorite pallet

 

Molten lava at 700 degrees at the summit

Molten lava at 700 degrees at the summit

 

Yes it was hot enough to cook and eat hot dogs at the summit

Yes it was hot enough to cook and eat hot dogs at the summit

 

Standing in the very place that I photographed last year exploding with lava

ding in the very place that I photographed last year exploding with lava

 

Realizing that it is still very hot... Burnt a hole through my shoe and my pants melted

Realizing that it is still very hot... Burnt a hole through my shoe and my pants melted

These are but a small sampling of my images from an incredible week. My class put in long long hours and on one night we got back at 1 AM and every single person in the class stayed up in the lobby drinking a bit of vodka until 4 AM working on images. Thanks to Einar and Ragnar for all their hard work and thanks to all my students for inspiration and enjoyment.

Next workshop is with Greg Gorman and it too will be Amazing…

For more info see

 

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Speaking events coming up on October 20th in Stamford, CT and October 21 at Adorama in NY

October 7th, 2010 |  by Comments off

On October 20, 2010 I will be speaking at The Photography Club of Lower Fairfield County. The event is free and opened to the public and titled R&R FOR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
Resilience & Rejuvenation, or How to Last & Love What You Do .

For additional info http://www.pclfc.com/

On October 21, 2010 I will be speaking at Adorama in New York. I will be showing images from Iceland and Antarctica as well as some Lightroom and Photoshop tricks. For additional info http://www.adorama.com/


Both events are sponsored by Canon as part of the Canon Explorer of Light program


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Categories: Creativity, Lectures