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Webinar, Joe Cornish & David Ward, 31st March, 8pm GMT

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  We will be hosting an image critique webinar where David and Joe will talk about 3 of the other’s images on line. ‘Critique’ may be the wrong choice of words… but expect a lively debate on composition and why   [ read ]

We’re Attending The Photography Show With Linhof Studio

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We are getting ready for The Photography Show , 1st – 4th March, at NEC with a launch of an OnLandscape branded Lee filter kit with Linhof Studio. Andrew Nadolski and David Tolcher will be representing us on stand E50/51   [ read ]

David Baker’s “Sea Fever” Exhibition

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David Baker’s “Sea Fever” project has produced a wonderful book (reviewed in issue 69) and he is exhibiting the work at the Harbour Lights Cinema Gallery in Southampton over the next month (6th February to 4th March) Info We are   [ read ]

Q&A Webinar with David Ward, 11th February, 8pm GMT

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Q&A Webinar with David Ward Tuesday 11th February, 8pm GMT We are delighted to be running a live Q&A with David Ward. What’s your burning question? Whether your question is around composition, locations, publishing books, or anything else, this is   [ read ]

Mountain Photography Weekend, 10 – 14th May 2014

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In conjunction with the UK premiere of Terry Abraham’s film “Life of a Mountain – Scafell Pike” on Saturday 10th May, Cumbria’s Rheged Centre has teamed up with On Landscape to host a weekend exhibition on 10-11 May 2014 celebrating   [ read ]

Blind Critique Webinar, Tuesday 28th January 2014, 8pm

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Tuesday 28th January, 8pm, GMT 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 but from   [ read ]

Webinar with Doug Chinnery, Friday 29th November: ICM Image Processing

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Doug Chinnery Intentional Camera Movement Webinar

In the previous webinar we ran, Doug talked about how to make images using ICM. In the next issue of On Landscape we will be including a video taken when our editor spent an afternoon with Doug out in Clumber   [ read ]

Blind Critique Webinar, Thursday 21st November, 8pm

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We’re starting a new On Landscape feature where we’ll be inviting photographers along to provide feedback on submitted photographs. Getting feedback on your photography is critical to your progression as a photographer. For most photographers this typically happens when they   [ read ]

Scottish Nature Photography Awards

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The entry deadline is approaching for the Scottish Nature Photography Awards 2013, the annual photographic competition celebrating nature, wildlife and landscape photography in Scotland. The competition invites entries of images taken in Scotland by professional or amateur photographers from around   [ read ]

Blind Critique Webinar with David Clapp, 7th November, 8pm

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We’re starting a new On Landscape feature where we’ll be inviting photographers along to provide feedback on submitted photographs. Getting feedback on your photography is critical to your progression as a photographer. For most photographers this typically happens when they   [ read ]

Urban Landscape Photographer Mike Curry Exhibition in Old Street @ Timberyard

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Mike Curry teaches and lectures in landscape photography and each of the photographs in this collection has been taken whilst on the way to, or returning from, one of his photography classes. “I am delighted to be showing these recent   [ read ]

Webinar with Doug Chinnery, Monday 30th September

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Doug Chinnery Intentional Camera Movement Webinar

In this hour long webinar we’ll be covering:  Creative landscape photography ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) Multiple Exposures Demonstrating the techniques used in texturing images in Photoshop Doug Chinnery is a full-time professional teacher, writer and photographer specialising in leading digital   [ read ]

Webinar with David Clapp

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Join us on the 23rd July 8.30pm for a webinar with David Clapp. In his latest articles for On Landscape David talks through colour management using Lightroom and Photoshop. We’ll be looking at colour management issues plus other subjects in this hour   [ read ]

Launch of Flickr Group

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Today we have launched our Flickr group for OnLandscape readers to share and comment on photographs.  Please do join the group and start uploading your Spring photos!

Jeremy Moore, Wales at Waters Edge Exhibition, Aberystwyth

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Jeremy Moore will be exhibiting a selection of landscape photographs from the book ’Wales at Waters Edge’. The book was published in collaboration with Jon Gower as the author. Jeremy said ‘The intention of this project was to illuminate both Wales   [ read ]

Steven Donaldson Exhibition, Discovery Point, Dundee

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Steven Donaldson will be exhibiting a selection of landscapes and seascapes, simply entitled “Light on Land and Sea“, in addition to photographs from his years working in the oil and gas industry. In Steven’s own words.. “Landscapes have been a passion   [ read ]

Sam Jones exhibition, “Possession”, Tobermory

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Sam Jones will be exhibiting some of here black and white images of the Isle of Mull at the “An Tobar” Arts Centre, Tobermory, 2 May – 28 June 2013. Who possesses this landscape? – The man who bought it   [ read ]

Interview with Toshio Shibata

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Toshio Shibata is currently being exhibited in the Landmark exhibition that we reviewed last issue and we thought you might be interested in an interview in Eyecurious magazine which you can read here. We’re currently waiting on delivery of a   [ read ]

From our own Correspondent

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Our roving reporter David Clapp has dropped us a line from Patagonia where he’s currently filming tutorial videos about the 6D camera for Canon Europe. Last Autumn David was producing a set of videos in the Lake District and the   [ read ]

April 16th: Live Q&A with Joe Cornish & David Ward

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On Tuesday 16th April, 7.30 – 8.30pm we will be running a live Q&A with Joe Cornish and David Ward on Facebook. Just join us online on Facebook at the right time and add your question to our wall and we’ll   [ read ]

To & From Greenwich; Exhibition by Mike Curry

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To and from Greenwich, an exhibition of photographs by Mike Curry. The Greenwich Gallery, Linear House, Peyton Place, Greenwich, London, SE10 8RS Runs up to 31st March. Mike commented “The initial appearance of the collection of photos in To and From Greenwich is   [ read ]

Reports of my Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

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Well Fujifilm have done it again – the announcement that Velvia 50 was being killed off last year caused much consternation (even to the point where the venerable David Ward took a Canon 1DX to Iceland!) and also much stockpiling.   [ read ]

International Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition

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The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) international environmental photographer of the year competition recognises photographers that bring awareness to environmental and social issues. Highlighting communities and ecosystems that are struggling with changing climates The exhibition runs from10th April   [ read ]

Herbert Ponting’s Photos at the Chris Beetles

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Over 60 photographs, taken from the legendary 1910 British Antarctic expedition, led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott. This will be the largest and most varied exhibition of Ponting prints ever staged in London. All are platinum prints, produced using the   [ read ]

Landmark: The Fields of Photography

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Venue: Somerset House, London. East Wing Galleries, East Wing. Terrace Rooms & Courtyard Rooms, South Wing Date: 14 March – 28 April 2013 Daily 10.00-18.00, Free admission This novel exhibition will be the first of its kind anywhere to show both the   [ read ]

Joe Cornish talk at Folkestone

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Co-director of On Landscape, highly esteemed landscape photographer and published author will be welcomed by Folkestone Camera Club, to give a lecture entitled, “The View Finder” on Saturday 11th May. Joe has been travelling recently and will be bringing fresh   [ read ]

David Ward and Joe Cornish | Gower Workshop

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We wouldn’t normally use the news to promote workshops and tours (although we may build a section for this in the future) but as the two leaders of this tour are two of our main writers (and a partner in   [ read ]

Paul Kenny Exhibition: Seaworks

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This exhibition is at The Watchtower Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed. It runs from Saturday 23rd February to Friday 22nd March, 2013. Opening reception Saturday 23rd February. Seaworks is a term Paul Kenny uses to define an ongoing body of work made on   [ read ]

Put Your Questions to Hans Strand

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We’re interviewing Hans Strand in a couple of days time and we’d like you to submit a few questions for us to ask. Just drop us an email, tweet or facebook post or add a comment to this news item.

Competition to Win a CamRanger (closed)

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CamRanger is the only product that allows near complete wireless control of your Canon or Nikon DSLR directly from your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch. Competition now closed – winner to be announced next issue.

Novel Adapter for NEX

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One of the problems with using full frame lenses on a cropped sensors is that your focal length is ‘increased’ by the same amount so if you use a ‘normal’ 50mm lens on a 1.6x crop sensor it becomes a   [ read ]

Ansel Adams Afternoon Talks

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The National Maritime Museum has organised an afternoon of talks in association with their current Ansel Adams exhibition. Entitled “Oceans, Landscapes and the Lens“, it brings together Michael Marten, Paul Gilson, Roshini Kempadoo and Harriet Hawkins plus experts on the sea   [ read ]

New Images from Michael Kenna

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Michael Kenna has posted a bunch of new images on his ‘recent images’ page, 44 in total drawn from his South Korean work that he was seen taking in the recent video preview we posted. Well worth a look.  

Seduced By Art – Photography Past and Present

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So much going on in London at the moment so, if you get a chance, visit the Photography Past and Present exhibition at The National Gallery. The exhibition explores early photography from the mid-19th century and takes a provocative look   [ read ]

Ansel Adams Landscape Photography Exhibition – From Mountains to the Sea

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Don’t forget to visit the National Maritime Museum before 28th April 2013, for a chance to see over 100 original prints from this master of landscape photography. A chance to see his art from a fascinating new angle, for those of you   [ read ]

Constable, Gainsborough, Turner and the Making of Landscape

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There is a fascinating exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts that will be of interest to landscape photographers.  David Ward feels that “Constable, Gainsborough and Turner virtually set the agenda for landscape and that their use of light and   [ read ]

Michael Kenna Exhibition

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If you are in London before the New Year (ends on 2nd January 2013) do have a look at Michael Kenna’s graphic monochrome landscapes at the Chris Beetle’s Fine Photographs gallery. David Ward reviews the exhibition in Issue 50, On   [ read ]

Landscape Photography – Christmas Book List

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What is on your Christmas present book list? We know there will be plenty of books (because there always are) so tell us which ones you would like to find in your Christmas stocking?   Or under the tree if   [ read ]

Interview with Joe Cornish

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Tim Parkin will be interviewing Joe Cornish mid December, what would you like to hear from Joe? Please let us know if you have any questions you would like Tim to ask or if there are any topics you would   [ read ]

Frank Gohlke Interview

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Terrain magazine have an interview with author and photographer Frank Gohlke (Wikipedia). Gohlke always has something interesting to say and you can read another interview at the Smithsonian magazine and a video interview on You Tube of the accommodating nature exhibition. /via Terrain.org

Artist or Photographer

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Mike Johnston writes on the words photographer and artist and suggests that a key aspect is that of limiting the exposure of ones images. Well worth a read. He mentions the idea of our photographs not being truly ‘ours’ until   [ read ]

Petrochemical America – Richard Misrach

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The photo-eye blog looks at a new book by Richard Misrach and Kate Orff that looks at the ecological effects of the industry. The interesting aspect is that this is a fusion of social research and social documentary landscape photography   [ read ]

John Irvine Solo Photography Exhibition

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Full time dad, police officer and keen landscape photographer John Irvine is holding a landscape photography exhibition showing images from the West Lothian area, the East Lothian coastline, the Trossachs and NW Scotland. Dates: 15th & 16th December 2012 Open: 10am   [ read ]

Taking a Landscape Photograph : National Media Museum

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A series of videos from the National Media Museum’s video channel on Vimeo interviewing some contemporary landscape/social documentary luminaries such as Ian Beesley, Edmund Clark, John Davies, Simon Roberts. The final part of the video talks about the touring exhibitions but you   [ read ]

Ireland’s Coast – Carsten Krieger

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Ireland based landscape and nature photographer Carsten Krieger is proud to announce the launch of his new book “Ireland’s Coast”. Almost 4 years of traveling around the island of Ireland, by car, boat and foot, has produced a stunning collection   [ read ]

First tests start to appear of Sony’s revolutionary RX1

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One of the most interesting cameras to be unveiled at Photokina was the Sony RX1. It could certainly be labeled as revolutionary rather than evolutionary. Featuring a fixed 35mm Zeiss F/2 lens it is the smallest full frame 35mm camera   [ read ]

Sustaining a Long Term Photography Project

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“Writer Edgar Allen Beam asked Leshko: What have you learned from the success of Elderly Animals that might help other photographers with long-term projects? Her advice applies to so many photographers struggling with their long-term, personal series that we wanted   [ read ]

Poppit Sands books by Michael Jackson

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A new series of books called ‘Returning Home’ to accompany the Poppit Sands work. Michael Jackson lives and works in South Wales – 30 minutes away from Poppit Sands beach in Pembrokeshire. His work at Poppit Sands is a continual   [ read ]

A New Michael Kenna Video

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Michael Kenna has a new video in the works entitled “Letter from Shinan”. I get the feeling it’s going to be Korean only marketed but should get an import I imagine. Looks interesting. Click on the image below (of a   [ read ]

Squaring the Circle

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Living in the dark forests of the Swedish Småland, Shagbagboy (Gustav Sandstedt) creates beautiful circular images and has built a website from his instagram feed that shows them off in a novel and visually refreshing way. Click on the image below to visit   [ read ]

Hyper Arid Landscapes

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For the past fifteen years, National Geographic photographer, George Steinmetz, has been photographing many of the world’s “hyperarid” regions as part of an upcoming book, called Desert Air. A video /via Faded and Blurred

Testing 24-70s – An Alternative Method

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Courtesy of colleagues from the states we have a youtube video from Bammo and Weapons of Mass Production that really shows how lens test should be done. We can’t recommend the final elimination round though! http://bammonation.com/pick-dslr-lens-womp/ via the Land Photo   [ read ]

Will landscape photographers soon be making models not pictures?

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In what is approaching the realms of science fiction the world’s first 3D printing photo booth is set to open for a limited time in Harajuku, Japan. From November 24 to January 14, 2013, people with reservations can go and   [ read ]

NPR Discuss What Landscape Means

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The NPR (National Public Radio) website has a brief article discussing the current zeitgeist in landscape photography. Triggered by a thought provoking article on Flak Photo called “Looking at the Land“. They ask a few people about including Alison Nordstrom,   [ read ]

Matt Malloy creates Composite Landscapes

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Matt Malloy of Ontario, Canada has managed to combine the current trend of timelapse photography with the possibilities that Photoshop provides and has created something fairly new. Taking bits of the images from each frame of the timelapse he builds   [ read ]

Nikon D800 – the landscape photographer’s Dslr?

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It could be that the D800 is the end of the current MF back system     We’ve seen a lot of cameras come and go in the last few years and only a few have been real game changers.   [ read ]

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