Inside this issue
The magazine is building up pace and this issue brings together some great winter content from Joe Cornish about his Scotland’s Mountains book project and advice from eleven landscape photographers about dealing with the cold. But it’s the feedback we’ve been getting from you that has us most excited and planning for bigger and better things. Our winter will undoubtedly be incredibly busy but we hope the snowy conditions inspire your photography. Until next issue!
In most photographers lives there are ‘epiphanic’ moments where things become clear, or new directions are formed. What were your two main moments and how did they change your photography? There were really 2 moments that changed my photography. I [ read ]
It’s been an exceptionally cold start to the year which I find deeply annoying because my supposed ‘snowmobile’ is out of action and being repaired after a blown headgasket that I suffered on the return trip from Cornwall a couple [ read ]
One of the issues that sometimes comes up when doing landscape photography in the UK (and I’m sure abroad sometimes too, but I never go there) is that we have clouds; lots of them; All over the bloody place. This [ read ]
I was an early adopter of the m4/3rds ‘compact’ system buying a Panasonic GF-1 with 20mm lens pretty much as soon as they became available. It promised so much. It was to replace the Canon G10 that I owned and [ read ]
OK, I’m coming clean, and I think it’s only right that I do it publicly and nationally in this magazine. I have been having a secret affair. It’s been going on for about four years now but has been far [ read ]