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    on D810 Live View Split Screen

    Interesting stuff Tim. It was the Live View improvements that most interested me too. When I've used a D800 in the past I've always felt its LV function was a poor relation to my Canon 5D3's. The dual window feature is definitely of interest, I often use LV to check my DoF [...]

    - Duncan Fawkes, 13:22 1st Jul

    on Valerie Millett

    Valerie, your work continues to grow and become more focused and expressive. You certainly do have a feel for the desert landscape! Best wishes to you. G Dan Mitchell

    - G Dan Mitchell, 02:52 30th Jun

    on On Vision… Part 1

    Thank you David, absolutely fascinating - I think of you as a sort of photographer philosopher. I don't know if there is any other magazine focussing on landscape photography where you could read such stuff? Looking forward to the next part.

    - Jay Patel, 13:14 28th Jun
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Shadow Colour

Over the last year or so I’ve been looking more and more into the properties of light and how it interacts with surfaces, shadows, etc. Some of my first research, prompted by a workshop with our own David Ward when   [ read ]

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A Sony Monochrome Sensor?

At the moment if you want to use a dedicated black and white sensor you’ve got the choice of buying an old Kodak DCS camera (in a full 1.2mp or 6mp formats), buying a Leica Monochrom for £5k or a   [ read ]

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D810 Live View Split Screen

I imagine most of you will have heard that we have a D800 replacement arriving very soon. If you haven’t, the bottom line for landscape photographers is Removed optical low pass filter (the old version still had one but supposedly it   [ read ]

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Robert Birkby

This issue we’re talking to semi-professional Yorkshire based photographer Robert Birkby. Can you tell me a little about your education, childhood passions, early exposure to photography and vocation? I was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire and educated in nearby Brighouse.   [ read ]

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Looking Backward to See Forward – Pentax 645D Re-evaluated

The Pentax 645D is a camera that sort of slid quietly onto the photographic stage, metaphorically speaking. First announced as a concept, there were numerous delays before it appeared in 2010 and then it didn’t really grab any headlines. Had   [ read ]

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Voyage of the Eye – Brett Weston

Recently we’ve been reviewing quite a few ‘new’ books for On Landscape but I’m reminded upon looking at my photography book library that the majority of the books I own are second hand and quite often out of print. These   [ read ]

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Linhof 3D Tripod Head Review

I have now had a Linhof 3D Micro tripod head for over two years. I had used the Manfrotto geared heads 410 and 405 for at least a decade before this, but had become frustrated with their vulnerability to minor   [ read ]

My last photograph, ironically taking a picture of Mel Foster taking a picture of some sand patterns.
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Tim Blogs – Am I still a landscape photographer ?

Whilst wandering around the Patching’s Art Festival last month I was mentioning to my colleague Dav Thomas that I don’t really feel like a landscape photographer at the moment (or any sort of photographer for that matter). It’s true that   [ read ]

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The Pool – Iain Sarjeant

There’s another book out by our favourite publisher, Triplekite and it’s a rather a beautiful one too. Triplekite are friends on On Landscape and we’ve helped them on occasion with colour management and hopefully marketing. This most recent book is   [ read ]

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Claudia Muller

Introduction: They say that travel broadens the mind, and we now live in a world where virtual travel lies at our fingertips, and cheap flights mean that we can go abroad to a wider range of destinations more often.  Even   [ read ]

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Book Review – From Shore to Summit

Like many photographers I have a love-hate relationship with geology. Love, because it’s endlessly fascinating and you can’t photograph the British Isles without wondering at the different processes that made it. Hate, because what starts out so simple (Granite, Sandstone,   [ read ]

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Park Light

I’ll admit that my knowledge of the Irish landscape is quite minimal. I’ve seen a couple of books (including Paul Wakefield’s) but I probably know the US landscape in more detail thanks to the joys of the interwebs and the   [ read ]

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Terry Abraham Interview – Life of a Mountain

On Landscape have helped the Rheged to put on an exhibition of Lake District photographers and also a talk by David and Angie Unsworth and a workshop by Mark Littlejohn to coincide with the launch of Terry Abraham’s movie “Life   [ read ]

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Land|Sea Volume One

editor – Obviously we love Land|Sea but we wanted to put it in the hands of our prospective audience and ask them to give an honest opinion. Paul Arthur fit the bill for a colleague who is always brutally honest   [ read ]

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Kyle McDougall

This issue we’re featuring Canadian photographer Kyle McDougall who has some beautiful imagery of Ontario and it’s surroundings (and more!). If you could also tell us where you live and what you do for a living that would be great.   [ read ]

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