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Tim Parkin

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Issue 92 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 ]

The Height of Summer

Max A Rush Exhibition, Horniman Museum, London

Atmospheric photographs of some of south London’s most beautiful parks, green spaces and natural areas are to go on display at the Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill. Taken by London-based landscape photographer Max A Rush (who we featured   [ read ]

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The Photographer’s Guide to …

Location guides are funny things. The mainstream magazines include them in nearly every issue and they typically include a photo, a low resolution map and a short ‘story’ about the location which will usually include “I nearly left and then   [ read ]


Sigma 35mm Art

One of the things I was wary of when starting On Landscape was including too many reviews. There are so many reviews out there already that adding a few more ‘yeah this looks quite good, 92%’ posts wouldn’t really contribute   [ read ]

lizzie and Tim

Blind Critique Live Streaming Recording

Getting feedback on your photography is critical to your progression as a photographer. For most photographers this typically happens when they meet up with some friends on when they post images on Flickr. From watching participants in photography workshops it’s   [ read ]

Doug Chinnery Untitled landscape photograph

Thomas Peck’s Critiques

Much photography is descriptive in a literal sense. Sharp lenses, high resolution cameras transcribe in great detail and clarity whatever subject the photographer choses. The viewer recognises instantly what is being shown; as a result interpretation is relatively simple. That   [ read ]

Heberdens Nodes

David Higgs’ Weald

The following is a transcription of the screencast recorded after spending a day out with David wandering the Weald and waiting for the coated paper to dry for one of his platinum palladium prints. Tim Parkin: Hi, we’re here with   [ read ]

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Peter Scammell

Peter Scammell has been cited as an influence by – Chris Friel and Valda Bailey among others – so I know that for some of you this is a feature long overdue. Peter’s journey encompasses a varied career – from art school   [ read ]

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Blind Critique Live Streaming, 20th May, 8pm

We’re re-introducing our blind critiques which we ran last year. This is where we’ll be inviting photographers along to provide feedback on submitted photographs from our subscribers. Getting feedback on your photography is critical to your progression as a photographer. For   [ read ]


Photography Road Trip

Our two-stage photography road trip had been planned since the autumn of 2013. Starting in San Francisco in early May 2014 a friend from California and I drove 1500 meandering miles to Seattle over a period of about 8 days   [ read ]

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