Iceland is an incredible place and it has definitely become a top destination for photographers and it's no surprise when you see the incredible landscapes and ever changing light. When I first visited Iceland in the winter of 2007 there were very few tourists and at most locations, we were the only people. On my last trip I found even in winter you can expect Iceland to be full of tourists especially around the Golden Circle, and while the Golden Circle is definitely worth seeing you might have to be creative to get shots void of other tourists. Reykjavik itself has some iconic places to photograph but for the more unique photo opportunities it is best to explore further afield such as the North & East of the island and the Snæfellsnes Peninsula to the West of Reykjavik. There will be fewer tourists although it can still get busy.
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