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Glen Nevis

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Like most landscape photographers I love winter and find it a special time of year. There is much to be said for autumn, spring and summer but there is just something about crisp frosty mornings and fresh layers of virgin snow that I find invigorating. Continue reading [ read ]

A Field, A Lane, A Wood

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A recent self help trend for those suffering stress has been mindfulness. A method where by concentrating and focusing all of your attention in on yourself and the process of breathing and other bodily sensations you are able to fully relax by blocking out negative thought. If you can take the time to assess exactly how you are feeling as you make images you should find, as I do, that you will have entered a very similar state. Continue reading [ read ]

Art and Inspiration

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We can think of inspiration as the state of finding profound joy and meaning in the making of our work, in which case it is indeed correlated with what psychologists term flow – a state of great contentment that ensues out of becoming so consumed in an activity that no attention is left over for other concerns. Continue reading [ read ]

Issue 106 PDF

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Our first batch of truly winter weather comes and goes a couple of weeks ago and I was lucky enough to be in Scotland at the time. Charlotte and I had booked to do some more winter mountain skills and   [ read ]

Landscape Photography Conference

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Get together a bunch of your favourite landscape photographers to give presentations to like minded individuals and have a crack at the same time. Two years ago we did just that and from our feedback we think it went quite   [ read ]

Beginning Winter Mountain Photography

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Colin Prior’s books on Scotland’s mountains were one of my first introductions to the world of landscape photography. Highland Wilderness and The Wild Places showed me the beauty of Scotland’s finest peaks but it was the winter depictions that really   [ read ]

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    on Stephen Barnett

    Lovely work, but in fairness to our peers, they aren't all out shooting piers with ten stops! Agreed, the majority of 'popular' photography is awash with it, but so many great and original artists are out there. Cars also look great btw!

    - Joe Rainbow, 21:45 31st Jan

    on 36 Megapixels vs 6×7 Velvia

    Interesting comparison of resolution, which raises the question of dynamic range especially with fine low contrast detail. Could you carry out a comparative test of DR in a similar manner? I suspect the differences at the sensor/emulsion stage would be clearly evident, but hard to demonstrate in a print [...]

    - Nigel Puttick, 10:07 27th Jan

    on Wide Open Landscape

    A wonderful set of images, Robin - particularly like the first and last - I'm a bit of a grass and reeds nut! ;) I got myself an 'old' Nikon 50mm 1.2 last summer, on a bit of a whim, but partly after a few ideas that came into my head [...]

    - Lizzie Shepherd, 17:24 26th Jan

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Glen Nevis

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Like most landscape photographers I love winter and find it a special time of year. There is much to be said for autumn, spring and summer but there is just something about crisp frosty mornings and fresh layers of virgin snow that I find invigorating.    [ read ]

A Field, A Lane, A Wood

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A recent self help trend for those suffering stress has been mindfulness. A method where by concentrating and focusing all of your attention in on yourself and the process of breathing and other bodily sensations you are able to fully relax by blocking out negative thought. If you can take the time to assess exactly how you are feeling...   [ read ]

Art and Inspiration

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We can think of inspiration as the state of finding profound joy and meaning in the making of our work, in which case it is indeed correlated with what psychologists term flow – a state of great contentment that ensues out of becoming so consumed in an activity that no attention is left over for other concerns.    [ read ]

Simon Ashmore

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Simon is less interested in accurately recording that which he sees than he is in combining subject, shape and tone using one or more images to create an impression. His aim is to encourage the viewer to see familiar things in a new light, and not all of his images are as they first seem.    [ read ]

 

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    on Stephen Barnett

    Lovely work, but in fairness to our peers, they aren't all out shooting piers with ten stops! Agreed, the majority of 'popular' photography is awash with it, but so many great and original artists are out there. Cars also look great btw!

    - Joe Rainbow, 21:45 31st Jan

    on 36 Megapixels vs 6×7 Velvia

    Interesting comparison of resolution, which raises the question of dynamic range especially with fine low contrast detail. Could you carry out a comparative test of DR in a similar manner? I suspect the differences at the sensor/emulsion stage would be clearly evident, but hard to demonstrate in a print [...]

    - Nigel Puttick, 10:07 27th Jan

    on Wide Open Landscape

    A wonderful set of images, Robin - particularly like the first and last - I'm a bit of a grass and reeds nut! ;) I got myself an 'old' Nikon 50mm 1.2 last summer, on a bit of a whim, but partly after a few ideas that came into my head [...]

    - Lizzie Shepherd, 17:24 26th Jan

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