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Issue 51 PDF

Our First PDF Issue

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Tim Parkin

Tim Parkin

Amateur Photographer who plays with big cameras and film when in between digital photographs.

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timparkin.co.uk


You can download the PDF by following the link below. The PDF can be viewed using Adobe Acrobot or by using an application such as Goodreader for the iPad. We'll write about various ways of viewing the PDF on tablets or PCs/Macs in the next issue

Click here to download issue 51

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Tim Parkin

timparkin.co.uk

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  • reb

    Great news for those of us who like to be able to read offline. I can’t be the only person who will be reading it much more thoroughly now. It looks good on the iPad and brings home how much content there is in a single issue.

    Have you planned a strategy/timetable for producing PDFs of back issues?

  • Magnus Lindbom

    Really beautiful layout! Looks amazing on the iPad. Thanks!

  • Sarah Medway

    Superb! Thank you, great news to be able to read off line.

  • petebryan

    Really good to be able to flick through it like a magazine, and move back and forward picking stuff out; works much better than the web format for me. Well done.

  • http://www.quiet-light.com Julian Barkway

    It certainly looks very slick. Great stuff, Tim!

  • Sam Jones

    I’d like to echo the above. Very well designed, looks clean, crisp and stylish. I loved being able to take it out on location on my iPad today to read whilst waiting for some decent light (see photo on the On Landscape Facebook page) – although I did have to choose at one point between watching an otter for an hour or reading the transcript of Joe’s interview. No offence to Joe, but I’m afraid the otter won!

    Like Reb, I wondered if you were planning on getting the back issues into PDF format.

  • kevin-allan

    I hadn’t really expected the PDF version to be BETTER than the web interface, but in my opinion it certainly is. The PDF form, perhaps because it is more book-like, seems to apply an extra degree of grandeur to the images.

    I spend a large part of my working life trying to digest PDF documents from government departments – I wish they were as well produced as the OnLandscape PDF !

  • rnwhalley

    I am so pleased you have taken this step. It has persuaded me to sign up for the full content. The PDF also looks excellent.

  • http://www.magnushoog.se Magnus Höög

    Looks excellent on iPad. The pdf is a very good reason to make a full subscription.

  • jackquin

    The pdf version is wonderful in all ways! The reader experience is light years better. Are there plans to convert past issues into pdf versions?

  • http://www.nadolski.com/ Andrew Nadolski

    If you click on the ‘On Landscape’ logo at the end of each article it takes you back to the contents page

  • Jonathan Manson

    There’s no doubt, your decision to have a pdf version ia a stroke of genius. The production value is superb.

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