Welcome! I´m Oli H, professional photographer. I´m based in Iceland, but I travel the world on work related business. The majority of my work over the past few years has been Landscape and Travel Photography. I also do quite a lot of weddings both for Icelandic couples and other people who choose Icelandic Landscapes as their foreground. Majority of my work is for editorial and advertising work. I am an experienced Photography guide, I’ve guided Photo Tours in Iceland and lead similar tours in other countries around the world with great success. Recently I started a YouTube channel where I share my knowledge on Photography through weekly episodes as well as other interesting Travel related stuff, you can check my channel out here!
I´m available for hire if you need a true professional, whether it´s for Photography or videography.


Travel Photography


Landscape Photography


Wedding Photography

New YouTube Video every Thursday 

First Video from the Scotland 2019 landscape photography Trip... travelled there to shoot with my friend Ian Smith (Instagram: @iansmithfotografi) and Simon Booth, photographer and YouTube-er (Instagram: @simonboothphotography - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/jellybelly2009). Both of them great guys and talented Photographers.
Are you only in to Landscape Photography because you want to impress others or do you put real thought into your photos? Is it all about getting noticed on Social Media? How important is recognition to you? Do you have beautiful photos you have chosen not to publish or show off because it might not get the desired attention on social media?
Sometimes I need to review my plans... look back, see what's working and what's not, and adjust... How i Might take my business more into the direction of travel photography and travel vlog, and making money doing that. In this video i talk about how Photography as a business is working out for me, and changes I'm about to make...
This is one of the most common questions I get about Photography: on this location, what lens should I use and what camera settings should I use? Of course camera settings always matter - but it is my opinion that people should experiment more with settings.