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Sunrise Puerto Del Sol Axarquia
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Journey of Photographic Discovery

For two years between October 2012 and October 2014 I was out most days taking photographs in the Peak District where we live and work. At the end of that long stint I must admit to having been a little   [ read ]

Lines of Tall Trees
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Linda Wevill

I’ve mentioned before that the camera takes on a journey. Sometime this starts early in life, sometimes later on, as in Linda Wevill’s case. Over time our image making evolves and often becomes more personal – once we are freed   [ read ]

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Issue 94 PDF

You can download the PDF by following the link below. The PDF can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat or by using an application such as Goodreader for the iPad. We’ve split the PDF into highest quality and small download versions   [ read ]

Fishing net checking. Hoang Long Ly
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The Environmental Photographer of the Year, 2015

Following on from helping the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition with their judging, I was also asked to help judge the Environmental Photographer of the Year (alongside the excellent photographer Stephen Vaughan). It may not have the profile of   [ read ]

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Endframe – “The Markerstone: Harlech to London Road” by Fay Godwin

Fay Godwin (17 February 1931 – 27 May 2005) The Markerstone: Harlech to London Road. Wales 1974 I don’t think I can say I have one all time favourite photograph. I have so many for different reasons and moods. But   [ read ]

Afternoon sun decorates the water's surface with trails of light.  Bankside grasses cast a dark shadow.
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Thomas Peck’s Critiques

Abstract photography, which is how I would almost classify this lovely photograph by Michéla Griffith (click here to read previous articles by Michela), engages the viewer in a completely different way from other photographic genres. Unlike a landscape or a   [ read ]

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Interview with Karen Thurman

Tim Parkin: Hi Karen, where are you based then? Karen Thurman: Luton TP: Not a renowned landscape location KT: No, but one of our ‘On Your Doorstep’ locations. One of the ones we’ve already done. TP: And what do you   [ read ]

Rees River_2048_OL
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Caroline Fraser

Caroline Fraser’s images from New Zealand have made some think she hails from down under, so an interview with her is a good chance to clear this up (she lives in Sussex). However busy Caroline’s work-life balance may be, she   [ read ]

MillingtonPoppies
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Softly Does it

While I was in the process of learning to photograph the landscape (and still am!) I was intrigued by a comment from a fellow photographer that when the light was soft and flat it was details weather. I fully understand   [ read ]

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Building Your Own Gallery

When we looked into moving house a few years ago, one of the criteria I had was that it had to have some outbuildings. I had all sorts of ambitious ideas about a large studio or gallery, even a teaching space where   [ read ]

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