A pristine gem in the Atlantic Ocean 🌊 Is there a place where you felt close to nature, overwhelmed by its beauty and enjoyed the solitude and remoteness of it? I feel like with instagram and this boom of people enjoying the outdoor is harder and harder to find quiet and solitude in nature. A simple way to help preserving a spot you like? Try to not geotag places. (if not already “iconic landmarks”). 🙏🏻 🌍 3 weeks ago
An aerial collection from the wild South West. There is nothing quite like seeing the world from above and over the years this has became my obsession. I got back home yesterday after 2 months on the road and I’m stoked to announce that I will be soon traveling to #Australia to work on a new aerial project. Looking forward to test the new @sonyalpha A7R4 from the air! ✈️ 📷 What’s your favorite one from this collection? 1 month ago
A collection of images taken during the summer workshops in the Island of Senja, a gem in the Arctic Circle! 1 month ago
The Earth Below us - from a memorable session flying into the wild with my buddy DJ @khaled_ae and the one and only @volcanopilot ✈️ 1 month ago
Aerial pano taken last week as I was roaming around the Faroe Islands with the @Photopills team! Swipe to see the full image. I've been visiting the country many times and one thing I learnt is that it never stops to amaze me. Here the weather is king and it's constantly changing. Long story short you can go to a place over and over and never come back with the same shots. Hard to get tired of these little gems! 1 month ago
Flying toward the 3rd biggest icecap & my favorite peaks on a ultralight Cessna 172. Last March I was finally able to fly around El Chalten, in Patagonia. There is something magical about seeing a place you know really well from above as every corner becomes new again. Funny how everything changes as we change our perspective. Shot with @sonyalpha 7RIII with 24-105 f4 lens & 7III with 100-400 F4.5/5.6 GM. Nothing better than having 2 bodies when up in the air. Well actually also quite important to have a good pilot and remember to go to the restroom before taking off. 😂 1 month ago
Happy #worldphotographyday from New Zealand with a small collection of reflection shots from the North and South Islands👌🏻⁣ ⁣ Back in 2014 I spent a year traveling around the country right after high school. No money, no plans, I wasn’t speaking English and I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life. I just knew I needed to get out there to find my purpose. Btw I wasn’t even into photography at that time. ⁣ ⁣ If you have something in mind do it, do it even if other people, with different visions, are trying to stop you. Do what you like and don’t waste your time! #hellofrom 1 month ago
Some mighty peaks in eastern Iceland, in a moment when clouds, light, subject & tide all randomly decided to collaborate. 😃⁣ ⁣ Every now and then, even if you are rushing and have no time to take photos, it might happen that you find yourself in the perfect spot at the perfect time. This was exactly the case! (Full story on my previous post). 2 months ago
It's a wrap! Back to Reykjavik after an amazing trip around Iceland that made me feel just like Walter Mitty. Not because I was doing anything too crazy, but because just like him, in the most remote areas and improbable situations such as while hiking above a crater or when crossing rivers, I was getting phone calls from call centers. In my case the calls were not from a dating service, but still 😆⁣ ⁣ Anyway, the plan of just visiting one area and wait for the good conditions suddenly turned into a complete trip around the country, 2000+ km, in 4 full days. Due to unpleasant weather predictions, we decided it wasn't worth to stay in one place and wait for "the light" and we decided it could be fun just to be tourists and venture in a country we had never visited before. ⁣ ⁣ And we had a blast! We had to drive quite a bit everyday, but always across incredible and very different landscapes, got to see beautiful things and still had the time to dip and relax into those random hot springs! ⁣ ⁣ We'll definitely be back to spend more time on locations, but now it's time to pack everything up and get ready for Norway ✈️🙂 #HelloFrom 2 months ago
There is nothing better than camping at “De Agostini” and wake up in the morning to this incredible view. In the shot my good friend @juan_aguada a true legend and mountain climber from El Chalten. 2 months ago
I’m sorry for the blackout. I’m still here I’ve just been outside enjoying nature 😀⁣ ⁣ I will spend the summer on the road, traveling and guiding workshops. Will be back home in September hopefully with a bunch of good and some great stories to share with you. ⁣ Do you have any plans for the summer? Let me know in the comments below 🙏🏻⁣ 2 months ago
Morning session immersed in nature photographing one of Peru's giants peaks, approx. 6.300mt/21.000 feet above sea level.⁣ ⁣ The morning we hiked into this valley we were not 100% sure if the location was going to be good as we had never seen pictures from this area before. After a small walk in the park (at 4300 mt) we discovered that not only the area was good but that was actually gold... a photographer playground, all kind of wildflowers and endless possibilities in terms of composition.⁣ ⁣ I will be announcing soon a new workshop in Peru in collaboration with @maxrivephotography ⁣ Link in BIO to sign up to the priority list! 3 months ago