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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
Issue 52 PDF
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4×4 Portfolio
New Feature for February
Joe Cornish – Reader’s Questions
Part Two
Marc Adamus Interview
Further, Higher, Colder ...
Carbon to Carbon
David Chalmers in Conversation with Joe Cornish
Camera Colour – First Tests
Variation in Camera Colour Rendering
Three Dimensionality
Adding New Depth to your Pictures
Samantha Gibbons
Featured Photographer
South Africa with Joe Cornish
Awaken the Dragon
The Irish Light – Peter Cox
Book Review
Viewpoint Editor’s Letter editor@onlandscape.co.uk
Tim Parkin

The snow has well and truly hit us in the UK over the last two weeks and we’ve had a load of pictures contributed to our ‘call for snowy action‘ on Facebook. And that reminds me to ask you to like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter as we’re using these channels to inform people about our movements, any competitions and updates (including news) and also to solicit new ideas for the magazine. You can use the icons at the top of the page to get to them – we’re also just starting to use Google Plus so if you have the inclination.

We’re quite excited to have an interview with one of the top US nature photographers who really embeds himself in some of the most extreme weather conditions. Marc Adamus was a pleasure to interview and he allowed us to share some high resolution images with our readership.

We also have a review of the “Seduced by Art” exhibition at the National Gallery and the “Gainsborough, Constable and Turner” at the Royal Academy still to come – two exhibitions worth visiting for very different reasons.

We’re on location in the Lake District from tomorrow and will be based in Borrowdale so if you want to meetup somewhere near Grange just drop us a line on Twitter or Facebook! Until next time…

p.s. Don’t forget that we’re working on the PDF after we get the issue ready so until we have content a month in advance the PDF will lag behind the online version by roughly a week.

Tim Parkin

Content Issue Fifty Two
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Issue 52 PDF

You can download the PDF by following the link below. The PDF can be viewed using Adobe Acrobot or by using an application such as Goodreader for the iPad. Click here to download issue 52

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4×4 Portfolio

We’ve wanted to feature mini portfolio’s of images for some time and from next issue that is exactly what we plan to do. We’re not just after your ‘best’ images but we’re after a set of images that fit into   [ read ]

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Joe Cornish – Reader’s Questions

Just before Christmas we asked our readers for a bunch of questions that we could put to Joe Cornish when he visited next and the response was fantastic. In the end we recorded two hours of audio but to keep installments to   [ read ]

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Marc Adamus Interview

Marc Adamus is a photographer who has taken adventure landscape photography to extremes. His hero is Galen Rowell and he shares a lot in common with his lust for further, higher, colder, (insert hyperbolae here) and I would say if Galen were   [ read ]

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Carbon to Carbon

David Chalmers, a product photographer who specialises in the drink industry, is also a landscape photographer and Joe Cornish recently interviewed him at the Woodend Creative Workspace. His recent work, and the major topic of the talk, is the use   [ read ]

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Camera Colour – First Tests

I’ve written about sensor colour in a previous issue of On Landscape under the title “The Myth of Universal Colour”. In that article I looked at the quite common preconception that if different cameras create pictures with different colours then   [ read ]

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Three Dimensionality

It seems like only yesterday that I was told that stereo filmmaking would never be mainstream, that the logisitcs of filming a film twice, in high quality, and then doing the enormous amount of post processing that results in the   [ read ]

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Samantha Gibbons

We asked for some recommendations of people to interview on twitter last year and Samantha cropped up in a couple of recommendations. She very kindly agreed to answer the usual questions so… Can you tell me a little about your   [ read ]

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South Africa with Joe Cornish

I have had a love affair with South Africa for many years and recently had the good fortune to visit a couple of areas that were virgin territory for me in the company of good friend, Joe Cornish. We visited   [ read ]

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The Irish Light – Peter Cox

Peter Cox is a landscape photographer based in the south west of Ireland. He moved back from the USA, where he was following according to his own account a rather unsatisfactory career in computer technology, to his native Ireland in   [ read ]

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The Landscape of Morocco

Morocco is a country that rewards an itinerant photographer. I have been going there for about 20 years, and each time I am not only excited by what I find in front of my camera, but my photography evolves as   [ read ]

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What’s in Your Bag? Bruce Cairns

We met up with Bruce Cairns when we tagged along on a Joe Cornish and David Ward workshop to the Yorkshire Dales. Bruce already had his Sigma DP2 (which he reviewed for us in this issue) with a very lovely   [ read ]

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What’s in your bag?

A new regular feature for On Landscape is a look into the photographic rucksack. If you’re anything like me this changes on a regular basis and depends on where you’re going but it’s always interesting to see what people take   [ read ]

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