Hey guys, while I’m not currently traveling, my recent trip really did a number on me and I’m still struggling to get my feet back under me. While I didn’t contract any weird diseases in Haiti, I do think I really injured my shoulder. It’s been bad for a while but falling out of a hammock and picking up kids finally did it in! Haha it was worth it!
Anyways, here’s another best of episode while I struggle to keep going!
I started following the photography work by Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa a long time ago. I found their vision and photographic style to be completely different than the usual landscape photographers I am fond of.
You see, Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa do take some classic landscape photos, but they also focus heavily on seeing smaller, more intimate subjects within the landscape. It’s something that’s not always easy for photographers to do, especially if they’re used to see things broadly.
It was great to get to speak with Sarah and Ron, two photographers that I’ve wanted to have on the Photography Roundtable podcast since the beginning. Listen in and takes notes because this is some great information!
What’s in this episode?
- How Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa got started in photography
- How Sarah and Ron met and eventually got married through photography
- Tips for living out of an airstream for extended periods of time
- Writing an ebook sounds exhausting!
- Why they chose to write ebooks on Iceland and Death Valley
- How to shoot Beyond the Grand Landscape