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Joe Cornish – Fisherfield Forest, Scotland

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It was a pleasure to host Joe Cornish for a few days at the start of June and he had just come back from a trip with his son Sam and Alex Nail. Alex was at the back end of a couple of weeks leading clients up and down the mountains in Torridon and they all walked into the Fisherfield Forest to spend a few days camping, hoping to get some photographic opportunities. Joe had just done some initial more

Acquisitions and Inquisitions

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This paradox springs from the fact that photographers’ peers are seen as both their preferred audience and their competition for the acquisition of images. Photographers want to brag about where they’ve been to people who they think will appreciate it. more

Same Tree, Different Day


Later that afternoon, the thought occurred to me to take a photo of the tree every day for a year just to see what would happen. I decided to follow through on that thought, and I had no clue at the time how this simple idea would end up impacting my life. more

Joel Truckenbrod

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That quality of silence is probably the single most important element I find within the landscape, and often one of the most difficult to effectively communicate. Perhaps that valuation is a reaction to living in a busy world, which is seemingly always filled with noise and distraction? more

Darkness in the Deep South


The camera is a recording tool: mechanical, technical, objectifying. The photographer is a subjective cypher: selecting, emphasising, interpreting. The bringing together of these antithetical poles can lead to an artistic fusion that is evocative and profound. more


Mount Putnik


Named after the famous Serbian Field Marshal Radomir Putnik, who led the army in WWI, this unusually flat mountain located in the heart of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park has become a favourite among visitors. more

Ideas Behind Reality in Photography

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For me, the overriding approach is that I want to make sure I express authentic experience. The feelings I want to express in my work are true to my own experience, and my experience is to a large degree influenced by the reality I work in—the beauty and complexity of natural places. more

Silver Light


The exhibition "Silver Light" at Taunus Foto Galerie in Bad Homburg, Germany, shows the work of four photographers, who have in common their dedication to old-fashioned, handmade, non-digital, monochrome photography and prints more

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    I think of these kind of pre-planned images as 'set pieces'. Most of us probably start with these, as it appears to be an obvious way of increasing the chances of success. Then we discover the opposite is more likely to be the case. These set pieces succeed only rarely, because [...]

    - Simon Miles, 00:29 22nd Jul

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    I’m always impressed by the interesting compositions you achieve. You inspire me to look more closely at the world at my feet. Wonderful work, as always.

    - Allin Sorenson, 22:39 19th Jul

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    Wonderful article and lovely images Joe!

    - Aravind Krishnaswamy, 00:56 5th Jul

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