Hello - I posted some messages here in May, asking for advice for photography in Iceland. Thanks to your advice, I got some great shots that would not have been possible without your feedback. I also managed to make myself familiar with photoshop and produce a calendar. You can view it at the following site: http://www.cachelan.com/album/album258739
I would greatly appreciate feedback, criticism, advice, etc....
FYI: I shot from my Pentax MZ-5n, with a 28-200 and a 20-35. I also had my good old K-1000 body, and old faithful produced some good shots as always. I also borrowed my sister's Pentax Digital Optio WR, but mostly for people/friend shots. I did, however, get one shot on it of a friend sitting on the cliff of Drangey island: the shot was taken from right above her head, looking straight down as she looked up into the camera, and the field depth is amazing: you can see little specks of seagulls over 100M below her feet, and you can see the rock shapes below the surface of the water over 140M down! That is an impressive little camera!
Cheers - Leif Einarson