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Camille Seaman: On Photographing Icebergs

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In this video Camille Seaman shares photos and a little of her passion for photographing icebergs.

See more of her work including other subject matter at Camille’s website.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

  • http://hubblefromthesun.wordpress.com hubblefromthesun

    I have seen this before and am amazed in many ways. Her story on the captain of the ship learning about light gives me hope in learning for myself.

  • someone

    She’s got a very powerful and inspiring speech there, probably even moreso than the photos themselves. Now I only wish to have the opportunity of seeing an iceberg in front of me. Lets hope one makes its way to NZ.

  • http://raghavendra-mobilephotography.blogspot.com raghavendra

    She is a strong women.
    The video shows her the love of icebergs.
    And also tells how an iceberg forms,
    photographs are beautiful.

  • http://www.nathanfrankephotography.com Nathan Franke

    The Sarah Connor Chronicles theme song at the end seemed a little out of place. Great photos though.

  • http://www.bycostello.com/London_Weddings.html bycostello

    interesting, just need an iceberg now!!

  • http://www.kerstenbeck.com Erik Kerstenbeck

    Hi

    Love the video – not too many iceburgs around San Diego, California, so I made one myself!

    :-)

    http://kerstenbeckphotoart.wordpress.com/2011/03/05/ice-time/

  • http://disney-photography-blog.com/ Alexx

    Wow. Interesting post. I doubt many of us are going to need to learn how to shoot icebergs, eh?

    http://disney-photography-blog.com/

  • Nalin Trivedi

    your take on the icebergs was very philosophical. And yet you are right. Law of Physics ” No matter ends ,it always transforms.”

  • http://funmommie.blogspot.com Elizabeth

    Wow, I would love the chance to photograph icebergs. I grew up in Alaska but pictures were the last thing from my mind at that age. I should take a cruise to try these tips out! Thanks!

    http://www.Explore-Disney-Resorts.com
    http://www.livingdisney.com

  • http://www.weddingphotographerindevon.co.uk PaulB

    I enjoyed this, will bear it in mind next time I bump into one!

Some Older Comments

  • PaulB May 20, 2012 08:18 pm

    I enjoyed this, will bear it in mind next time I bump into one!

  • Elizabeth May 18, 2012 12:19 pm

    Wow, I would love the chance to photograph icebergs. I grew up in Alaska but pictures were the last thing from my mind at that age. I should take a cruise to try these tips out! Thanks!

    http://www.Explore-Disney-Resorts.com
    http://www.livingdisney.com

  • Nalin Trivedi May 18, 2012 01:55 am

    your take on the icebergs was very philosophical. And yet you are right. Law of Physics " No matter ends ,it always transforms."

  • Alexx May 15, 2012 05:18 am

    Wow. Interesting post. I doubt many of us are going to need to learn how to shoot icebergs, eh?

    http://disney-photography-blog.com/

  • Erik Kerstenbeck May 15, 2012 05:16 am

    Hi

    Love the video - not too many iceburgs around San Diego, California, so I made one myself!

    :-)

    http://kerstenbeckphotoart.wordpress.com/2011/03/05/ice-time/

  • bycostello May 15, 2012 02:08 am

    interesting, just need an iceberg now!!

  • Nathan Franke May 14, 2012 03:25 pm

    The Sarah Connor Chronicles theme song at the end seemed a little out of place. Great photos though.

  • raghavendra May 14, 2012 12:44 pm

    She is a strong women.
    The video shows her the love of icebergs.
    And also tells how an iceberg forms,
    photographs are beautiful.

  • someone May 14, 2012 10:31 am

    She's got a very powerful and inspiring speech there, probably even moreso than the photos themselves. Now I only wish to have the opportunity of seeing an iceberg in front of me. Lets hope one makes its way to NZ.

  • hubblefromthesun May 14, 2012 08:51 am

    I have seen this before and am amazed in many ways. Her story on the captain of the ship learning about light gives me hope in learning for myself.


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