Faroe Islands Photography, Timelapses, and Aerial Videos
The Faroe Island Landscapes seem like they were plucked straight from a fairytale. Sheer thousand-foot cliffs and unique peaks, make this place an absolute joy to photograph. I took two trips here in 2018-2019 to capture the emotion of these surreal landscapes. In addition to these images, I also captured a series of vlogs. You will find the videos at the bottom of the page.
Perhaps the most striking landscape in the Faroe Islands. Sørvágsvatn, a lake elevated above the ocean. These cliffs in front are about 400-500 sheer drop above the ocean and the peak on the right side is close to 1000 feet.
These are two of my favorite images from my trips. The first image is of Bøsdalafossur Falls and Geitisskoradrangur sea stack in the background. We really lucked out with some beautiful light for this image. The second image is taken above Klaksvik with a sweeping view of the fjords in the back.
One of the most striking views is the Kallur Lighthouse on the islands of Kalsoy. I took this panoramic image to show a bit more of the surrounding cliffs and landscape. Even with a wide-angle lens, it’s tough to show all of this massive landscape in the frame.
Beyond The Photographs
Along with the images I captured, I also put together a three-part vlog series. These videos cover the adventure and experience and also give my thought process for capturing the photographs. I also give some sneak peek aerial/timelapse clips, that I have been working on. I am hoping to release a full Faroe Islands timelapse and aerial film in the near future. You can watch the videos below!
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