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Josef Sudek

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Josef Sudek may not be known as a landscape photographer, much of his work was still life, urban, occasionally portraits and quite often commercial commissions. However, his passion was very much about the natural world, his first award-winning work was   Continue reading

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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

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

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    on West Harris

    Beautiful and captivating work Mike. I rather like the bottom one but superb.

    - Joe Rainbow, 19:58 21st May

    on Focusing The Manual Way

    Hi Ian, Maybe it is because my Nikon D800E has such a bad live view that I don´t like focusing that way. It simply does not work in bright light. With fast lenses like the Zeiss Otus ones focusing through the viewfinder is much more natural and faster. I am aware [...]

    - Hans Strand, 12:01 21st May

    on End Frame: René Burri – Men on a Rooftop – Sao Paulo 1960

    Great choice Andrew - could have been my End Frame too! Have known it for some years now and I agree never fails to provoke some sort of emotion - surely what we all aim to try to do? I like to think the men are some sort of gangsters plotting [...]

    - Geoff Kell, 13:14 16th May

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Josef Sudek

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Josef Sudek may not be known as a landscape photographer, much of his work was still life, urban, occasionally portraits and quite often commercial commissions. However, his passion was very much about the natural world, his first award-winning work was   Continue reading

 

John Blakemore

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In our third talk of the day, John Blakemore discusses the series of reinventions of his photography from his beginnings after leaving the RAF through his large format black and white projects and up to his current 35mm film work taken around his house in Derby. Continue reading

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    on West Harris

    Beautiful and captivating work Mike. I rather like the bottom one but superb.

    - Joe Rainbow, 19:58 21st May

    on Focusing The Manual Way

    Hi Ian, Maybe it is because my Nikon D800E has such a bad live view that I don´t like focusing that way. It simply does not work in bright light. With fast lenses like the Zeiss Otus ones focusing through the viewfinder is much more natural and faster. I am aware [...]

    - Hans Strand, 12:01 21st May

    on End Frame: René Burri – Men on a Rooftop – Sao Paulo 1960

    Great choice Andrew - could have been my End Frame too! Have known it for some years now and I agree never fails to provoke some sort of emotion - surely what we all aim to try to do? I like to think the men are some sort of gangsters plotting [...]

    - Geoff Kell, 13:14 16th May

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