Im currently in Iceland, but not for much longer! This week, I desire to reveal you the opportunity Adobe provided me to get a various perspective of winter in Iceland.
Ive been making a series of videos documenting my journeys and I was asked if I d like to go shoot in the sky. Russell Brown from Adobe recognised the work I was putting in to find out Premiere Pro and produce a reportage-style documentary of my adventures and, from a spending plan set aside to support and acknowledge innovative talent, offered to get me into the air over this spectacular country. For somebody that loves Iceland and air travel that was an absolute dream, so I got whatever all set to shoot and, with some help from the Iceland Adobe Gold reseller, I was put in touch with Haraldur.
The very first time we met there was a sensible weather condition projection, but in Iceland, its more of a horoscope. Theres a saying here that if you do not like the weather condition, simply wait 5 minutes. It changes often, and with the sub-polar oceanic climate it has, it can turn extremely bad, very fast!
I had a small handful of shots from that first flight and a little bit of video so, naturally disappointed, I went back to Adobe Premiere Pro to see what everything appeared like. In the video, the weather plainly comes out of no place so landing was certainly the ideal choice.
We reconvened a couple of days later and the weather was image ideal. As we flew down the southwest coast, we ended up conference with another aircraft flown by a similarly competent chap named Bergur, who had an airplane in Icelandic colours.
Constantly follow your heart, and once in a lifetime as typically as you can!
Flying High Over Iceland
Im presently in Iceland, but not for much longer! For somebody that likes Iceland and air travel that was an absolute dream, so I got everything ready to shoot and, with some support from the Iceland Adobe Gold reseller, I was put in touch with Haraldur.
The first time we met there was a reasonable weather condition projection, however in Iceland, its more of a horoscope.