Eyjafjallajökull Volcano


Southern Iceland, 2010

Eyjafallajökull (Icelandic for Island-Mountain Glacier) is situated in southern Iceland near Skógar. A stratovolcano, Eyjafallajökull is unique because it is located beneath a 100 square kilometer glacial ice cap. This image is a 6 minute exposure, taken at midnight during the Icelandic Summer.


Jansen creates true chromogenic photographic prints (often referred to as ‘c-type’ prints). Light-sensitive photographic paper is imaged with a digital enlarger, and then processed in RA4 chemistry to produce a continuous tone archival image.

Print Sizes

Most prints are available in sizes 11×14 inches to 40×50 inches (panoramic print sizes vary, but are usually available in up to 50 inches wide).

Print Finishes

SuperGloss: a high-gloss finish that adds unparalleled richness and depth. Best displayed under direct lighting conditions.

Matte: features the same rich tonal range and saturation as the supergloss, but without glare. It is suitable to be displayed without glazing (glass or acrylic) and exhibits a soft and smooth texture.