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Roads and Back Roads

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While driving you just think about the places you want to reach, the panoramas you want to shoot, but what about the roads that take you to these places? This is the story I want to tell. more

The long, lonely and often cold journey

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Sometimes you start a story without realising you have done so. The narrative follows its own path, finds its own pace and carries you along unaware of its existence. more

Issue 144 PDF

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There will always be something else trying to put demands on your time but we only have one life and for some of us it won’t be a long one. Life isn’t measured in years though, it’s measured in memories so go and create some. more

Pinhole Follow Up

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Following on from my previous article on pinhole photography I decided to create my own film pinhole photographs using a large format camera and a converted Copal 1 shutter (I removed the lens elements and inserted my pinhole, mounted on   Continue reading → more

The Journey of the Autumn Leaves

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For nature and landscape photographers autumn is obviously also a great season, offering all kind of possibilities for moody and colourful pictures. But it is not so easy to make something new out it. more

Endframe: Gateway to the Moors II by Joe Cornish

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I can still somehow remember the moment of engaging with this one in a quiet yet glowing contentment a few years ago. I don’t really remember when and where precisely just the conscious engagement. more

Different Corners of the UK

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The images I have chosen are a mix from across the UK. When I first started out I predominantly shot black and white images and gained my LRPS in that format. more

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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   Continue reading → more

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   Continue reading → more

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   Continue reading → more

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   Continue reading → more

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   Continue reading → more

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 more

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   Continue reading → more

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   Continue reading → more

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    on The Three-Dimensioned Life

    Thank you very much, Chris! I had to look up the poem. I especially liked this line: "What’s living but courage?"

    - Guy Tal, 13:18 11th Sep

    on The Three-Dimensioned Life

    Guy, I read your article having spent a day or so completely on my own for the first time in a long time. Usually surrounded by the din of people at work (which I don't miss at all) and by a loving family (that I couldn't do without) I found it [...]

    - Geoff Kell, 19:56 10th Sep

    on The Three-Dimensioned Life

    I am reminded of the closing lines of 'Lore' by the Welsh poet R.S. Thomas. What to do? Stay green. Never mind the machine, Whose fuel is human souls Live large, man, and dream small.

    - Chris Pattison, 16:27 10th Sep

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Latest Articles

Issue 144 PDF

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There will always be something else trying to put demands on your time but we only have one life and for some of us it won’t be a long one. Life isn’t measured in years though, it’s measured in memories so go and create some. more

Pinhole Follow Up

| Posted

Following on from my previous article on pinhole photography I decided to create my own film pinhole photographs using a large format camera and a converted Copal 1 shutter (I removed the lens elements and inserted my pinhole, mounted on   Continue reading → more

 

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    on The Three-Dimensioned Life

    Thank you very much, Chris! I had to look up the poem. I especially liked this line: "What’s living but courage?"

    - Guy Tal, 13:18 11th Sep

    on The Three-Dimensioned Life

    Guy, I read your article having spent a day or so completely on my own for the first time in a long time. Usually surrounded by the din of people at work (which I don't miss at all) and by a loving family (that I couldn't do without) I found it [...]

    - Geoff Kell, 19:56 10th Sep

    on The Three-Dimensioned Life

    I am reminded of the closing lines of 'Lore' by the Welsh poet R.S. Thomas. What to do? Stay green. Never mind the machine, Whose fuel is human souls Live large, man, and dream small.

    - Chris Pattison, 16:27 10th Sep

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