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Warped Topographies

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Maybe obsessiveness is the essential to ‘art’ and creativity. Art not only creates a reaction and provokes a response in the viewer but it can also reveal truths about oneself as the creator. Continue reading

Issue 135 PDF

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One of the constant contrasts in landscape photography is the supposed dichotomy between representing the landscape and wild and pristine and showing the effects of man on the landscape. Continue reading

Len Metcalf

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Len’s talk looked into his approaches to simplicity and the use of visual punctuation as a tool to create absorbing images. At the end of the video we include a short ‘behind the scenes’ interview about Len’s work. 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 The Science and Art of Hydrology

    Glad you enjoyed the article Fabio - the nice thing is that the dynamics are always different, especially when the Eden keeps moving its bed sediments around!

    - Keith Beven, 18:52 18th Apr

    on Wild camping in The Shetland Isles

    Very nice article. I do enjoy this type of location review, especially when adorned with really good photographs. Looks like you had a good time, and good work by Kerry in particular. Orkney is particularly lovely as well if you want another wander up north.

    - tobers, 15:29 17th Apr

    on Manmade Landscapes

    Wonderful images Hans; Rio Tinto #3 stands out for me with its almost cataclysmic colour contrasts. I'm not a great fan of modern abstract paintings, which this image reminds me of, but here the violent reds are somehow softened by the calming blues resulting in a harmonious, colourful and balanced composition. [...]

    - Adam Pierzchala, 17:14 16th Apr

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First Light Exhibition Discussion

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On Saturday 4th March 2017 we launched our second exhibition ‘First Light Inspiration’ and held a panel discussion with Joe Cornish, Tim Parkin and the exhibiting photographers to discuss the influence and inspiration of First Light on their photography and the wider conversation around influence and inspiration in their creativity. Continue reading

Issue 134 PDF

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If you’ve looked at the internet at all over the last few days you can’t miss the fact that April Fools day has come and gone. With rumours from Sony and Nikon merging to the discovery of a ‘depolarising’ filter, it’s been difficult to take anything seriously at all, no change there really in the present climate. Continue reading

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    on The Science and Art of Hydrology

    Glad you enjoyed the article Fabio - the nice thing is that the dynamics are always different, especially when the Eden keeps moving its bed sediments around!

    - Keith Beven, 18:52 18th Apr

    on Wild camping in The Shetland Isles

    Very nice article. I do enjoy this type of location review, especially when adorned with really good photographs. Looks like you had a good time, and good work by Kerry in particular. Orkney is particularly lovely as well if you want another wander up north.

    - tobers, 15:29 17th Apr

    on Manmade Landscapes

    Wonderful images Hans; Rio Tinto #3 stands out for me with its almost cataclysmic colour contrasts. I'm not a great fan of modern abstract paintings, which this image reminds me of, but here the violent reds are somehow softened by the calming blues resulting in a harmonious, colourful and balanced composition. [...]

    - Adam Pierzchala, 17:14 16th Apr

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