Photographing Iceland: An Insider’s Guide to the Most Iconic Locations
Photographing Iceland is an excellent guidebook small enough to fit into a backpack for quick reference. It is a niche book, written for serious, dedicated photographers using sophisticated equipment. Martin Schulz presents five tours all originating and returning to Reykjavik.
Iceland is a photographers’ paradise; getting the perfect shot is never certain—the weather changes quickly, and fog rolls in at the worst possible moment. Schulz’s extensive tours give the reader/traveler the most information possible, for example, overall time in days, travel time, lodging (including web link), comprehensive maps, tips and QR’s (Quick Response) for iPhones. The QR codes help travelers find parking areas and photo locations (if Google Maps or the corresponding apps are installed on the cell phone). He describes each photo location including parking and location coordinates for GPS locators.
Schulz is extremely detailed; there are several photos, and the captions include technical information. He goes further, suggesting clothing, recommended websites and ten more QR’s for road conditions, weather, and other helpful resources. The last chapter “Photo Skills” gives the reader more technological help for digital equipment.
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|Page Count||209 pages|
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|Category||Art, Architecture & Photography|