Photographer’s Guide to Iceland
Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa
Iceland’s scenery is world-renowned
and world-class. It is a place photographers dream about
visiting (and the dreams don’t stop once you’ve been there).
Having a good guide to an area can mean all the difference
between a bad photo trip and a great one. Simply put,
Forever Light: The Landscape Photographer's Guide to
Iceland, by Sarah Marino and Ron
Coscorrosa, is the best photo guide to Iceland available,
and it will make your own photo adventure in the Land of
Fire and Ice as thrilling as can be.
Scouting locations can be a
difficult slog—indeed, I have been left more than once
spending hours rambling in the wilderness trying to follow
ill-written directions (sometimes not even in English!) to
natural beauty that I never could find. But I didn’t face
that problem in Iceland, thanks to this incredibly valuable
ebook. Indeed, I was so impressed by this book (and
I’ve read many a guide that has left me cold), and could see
how much the authors deeply know and love their subject,
that I concluded that I must share it with you.
contains amazing images of many of Iceland’s natural
wonders, such as the Jökulsárlón ice
lagoon, Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Hvitserkur Troll Sea Stack,
Dettifoss Falls, and many others. If you want to know
more about how you too could visit and photograph the
natural scenic attractions of this beautiful nation, I can
think of no better introduction.
96 page PDF
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Sarah and Ron’s story is also an
inspiration to anyone who has ever thought of making
photography a serious part of their lives. Both left their
jobs for a two-year travel adventure throughout North
America and Iceland to explore their passion for travel and
photography, and happily for us have shared some part of
that experience in this book. If you’ve ever thought what it
might be like to take a break and see the world’s stunning
landscape wonders, then read this book!
Information on more than 30 of
the best Iceland photography locations, with detailed
directions and GPS coordinates for each.
Each location description
contains sample photographs, seasonal considerations,
and advice on how to approach and photograph the
Over 90 high-quality photographs
to both inform and inspire. Technical information
(including exposure settings) is included for every
Basic travel information,
including lodging and transportation, seasonal
variations, weather, and hazards to help you in getting
started in planning your trip.
Tips for choosing when to visit
Iceland for a landscape photography trip.
Recommended gear and gear
96 full-size high resolution
pages, ready for viewing on your tablet, computer
monitor, or phone.
Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa
are nature and landscape photographers living in Denver,
Colorado. They've spent the last two years traveling in
the U.S., Canada, and Iceland exploring their passion
for photography. You can see
more of their stunning nature images at
This is one of the best
and most thorough photography guides I have seen.
Truly a wealth of fantastic information that covers
all aspects of planning a trip to Iceland,
regardless of if it is your first trip or a return.
I only wish I had this type of information available
in a well put together e-book when I first visited
this amazing place. — Koveh Tavakkol
I’m not blowing smoke
when I say you and Sarah Marino have produced one of
the best location guides I’ve seen. — Michael
rapidly became our bible during our month's
visit to this paradise. . . It's a great read, the
photos are fabulous, and what an addition it was to
our trip. — Dorrie Arnold
Forever Light is an eBook that I recommend to pretty much
everyone. And I do mean everyone. Even if you are
not a crazy Cliff-bar-feasting,
photographer, there’s enough information in here to
ensure that everyone gets a unique, artistically
rewarding experience in a country that’s seen a boom
in conventional tourism. In fact, in the last few
weeks I have recommended this book to many
non-photographer friends bound for Iceland. The
photos are inspiring and the information is so
thoughtfully presented, I feel like I’ve been there
already. — Schmoo Theune
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