Monumental Iceberg

East Greenland Part 2 – Icebergs and Mountains (Podcast 540)

This week we continue with part two of a four part travelogue style series of episodes, to share my recent photography adventure in East Greenland with you. On our third day in East Greenland, we headed west out of the bay at Tasiilaq, towards the Sermilik Fjord, which we would...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • simone opdam
    Posted at 14:49h, 12 September Reply

    Marvelous pictures!

  • John Steadman
    Posted at 03:05h, 13 September Reply

    Thank you Martin for sharing your wonderful images, and the information that you have recently gone over to Capture One Pro. I have tried Capture One on and off for some years, but have upgraded to Capture One 9 and have decided to use it as my main raw converter for my Nikon D810 nef files. I am getting much better images than I get with Lightroom and ACR. I still have a lot to learn but I am sure your valuable comments will help me.
    Best Wishes.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 17:28h, 13 September Reply

      Thanks John!

      I’m pleased you are enjoying my Capture One Pro information as well.

      I am almost at the end of my Iceland tour right now, and have really enjoyed working with Capture One during these two tours. I’ve found it easier than I thought to get great results, so there might be a little less information to follow than I’d expected, but I’ll share what I’ve found anyway. I hope it continues to help!

  • Victoria Christophe
    Posted at 12:07h, 14 September Reply

    I Freaking love you images, Completely awesome from beginning to end!

  • Michal Obuchowski
    Posted at 22:14h, 19 September Reply

    Fantastic trip – really enjoying your captures (as always)! This type of scenery is very close to my heart, as I’ve worked around the waters of Svalbard (Spitsbergen) for a couple of months and, though not as majestic as the ones in Greenland, the glaciers and icebergs there are also a sight to behold!

  • Karlene P. Grinnell
    Posted at 21:00h, 26 September Reply

    Greetings and COMPLIMENTS from an American who’s lived–in Norway–50 years now! You do great work and you’re generous in sharing your knowledge and experinces in photography! Thank you! I have mainly kept to Norwegian nature INLAND, but that doesn’t mean a limited palette–by no means. Your tips and preferences when shooting such contrasty material still applies. ENJOY–as I do–what you see and register with YOUR artistic eyes…

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 21:23h, 26 September Reply

      Wow! Thanks for the lovely comment and kind words Karlene!

      I’m really pleased that you enjoy my work. Thanks for taking the time to let me know.

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