We stayed in Reykjavik for three nights, and actually managed to get some sleep on one of the nights. Tonight was the night.
On our first day in Reykjavik, we did some touristy stuff downtown and went to a karaoke bar in the evening.
Reykjavik was cloudy all day, and that was good light for photographing the interior of the Harpa Concert Hall. It’s an amazing building with lots of interesting angles.
Feature Image Details: Canon 16-35MM F4 L Lens at 22MM, F/16, ISO 100 for 1/20 second.
Here is another set of images from inside the building.
The first image above was taken with a Canon 24MM Tilt-Shift lens. It was perfect for this location. The second image was taken with a Canon 16-35MM F4 L lens at 26MM.
If considering Tilt-Shift lenses, I highly recommend a philosophy of the wider the better. Canon makes 17MM, 24MM, 45MM, and 90MM. For architectural purposes, go with the 17MM Tilt-Shift Lens. I have another Tilt-Shift example coming up, from the last day of our trip.
Reykjavik is a beautiful city. How many days you spend there is simply a matter of taste. For suggestions, please see my free Iceland Guide regarding what to bring, where to go, what to do, where to stay, what to expect in each location, and what literature to read before your trip.
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Mike “Mish” Shedlock