Photographer’s self-portraits shot in remote landscapes



PhotographerElizabeth Gaddhas shot these beautiful self-portraits in Iceland, Wales and her native Canada. She uses a remote control to continually take pictures, but because of the distance the weather and light often change throughout each shoot. Subsequently, each picture can take up to two hours to perfect before the conditions are just right.

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