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To stand on a coastal cliff and look out over an expanse of sea and sky can be a humbling and sublime experience. The simple junction of water and air, sometimes clearly visible as a straight line and at other [ read ]
Tim: We’re here with David Ward and he’s allowed us to take a look through a few of his pictures and we will be discussing a few ‘pertinents’ about them here and there. Is that correct? David: I’m not sure [ read ]
This issue we’re talking to Paul Whiting who won the Amateur Photographer of the Year competition in 2005. We talked about his approach to photography, how he came to win the competition and what happened afterwards. We first asked Paul [ read ]
One of the things that puzzles people more than any other in colour management, printing and scanning, is just what icc profiles are and do. I thought it would be useful to repeat the explanation I give to people. In [ read ]
Dave Parry reviewed the Chamonix 045F1 in our last issue and we thought we’d ask him about his own photography and how he occasionally combines his love of climbing and landscape to make great environmental portraits. Can you tell me [ read ]
Well, yes. And no. As usual it depends on your perspective, what your current and future usage of Photoshop is likely to be, what other services you may need from Adobe and how you organise your photographic library.
Just over a month ago we asked our readers to tell us what cameras they used for their landscape photography and we had a great response. We’ve spent a bit of time analysing the results (my programming skills come in [ read ]
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When I started out in landscape photography I read about “the rules” and tried to practice them like a good boy: something in the foreground, path through the photo etc etc, but it didn’t take me long to come to [ read ]