Recently, we had a chance to share our love for Greenland with visitors of Visit Greenland, Greenland’s largest travel site. In an article titled “Greenland – a Photographer’s Dream Come True” we shared some anecdotes from our own travels to Greenland and gave a few tips to photographers who are planning a visit to this incredible country.
“The 24-hour nights are perfect to observe the Northern Lights,” Maria tells Lonely Planet. “I’ve documented the settlement’s history, nature and daily life over the years.
Interview with My Modern Met: Photographer Spends 5 Years Documenting Life in World’s Northernmost Settlement
In this interview with My Modern Met I talk about my family's history and how it shaped my passion for remote and cold places. I also discuss myths and preconceptions that many people have about the Arctic region and Svalbard in particular.
The February edition of Esquire magazine features an 8-page photo essay about life in Longyearbyen - world's Northernmost settlement - during Polar Night by Maria Sahai.
We just came back from our latest photo expedition to Svalbard, Norway. We managed to photograph a lot of Aurora while travelling on dog sleds, walking on snow shoes, driving snowmobiles and exploring glaciers...
I really enjoyed telling The Phoblographer – one of the leading Photography blogs on the web - about my path as a Photographer, my inspirations and plans for the future.
During our summer Photography Tours in Greenland you will have a chance to encounter these magnificent animals. The Disko Bay area is a remarkable place in the summer months. Many species of whales migrate to the cooler waters of the Disko bay area. In the months of July and August the chances of seeing these big marine mammals swimming around are very high.
At @fullLifePhotoAdventures on Instagram we often do giveaways. This time, Himalayas during sunrise signed by Maria Sahai went to a winner from the UK.
It is an exceptional experience to be drifting in a boat in front of the glacier, waiting for chunks of ice to fall. When it happens, as you can see on the video, you will be fascinated by the deafening crash of the ice breaking off, followed by the huge splash when the ice hits the water.
Interview with Straits Times - one of the leading editions in Singapore. Learn about his path as a photographer and what it takes to travel to the most remote areas of our planet.