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Dipping into the Landscape

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I came upon landscape via a circuitous route. My main career for 25 years was as an author of young adult and children’s books including an eco-thriller titled Ravenwood with mile high trees and leaves the size of a human.   Continue reading

Between Land and Sea

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It’s almost a year since I first received an email from Farley Farm House – Home of the Surrealists and the Lee Miller Archives, inviting me to exhibit my latest project “Between Land and Sea”. Continue reading

Photography and the Concept of Flow

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In each of these moments you put your awareness at work the focused and lucid mind is recognising certain elements and situations coming together in not just a visually pleasing manner, but also in a conceptually eloquent manner. Continue reading

Issue 122 PDF

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Time, for the landscape photographer, is often the enemy. We never seem to spend enough time taking photos; there is never enough time to find the composition before the light disappears; it’s too early to get up; we got up too late; our readers say they frequently have problems finding time to read all the articles or books that they own. 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 Birch Article – Call for Photos

    It will probably concentrate on UK and Northern European birches but we'll look worldwide for some of the article to so feel free to submit foreign birches :-)

    - Tim Parkin, 10:14 18th Sep

    on Organising a Photo Laundry

    A great idea, whilst away a few weeks back we saw something similar in Saltburn by the Sea, a pop up line hung exhibition by a local group hung across the bridge over the beck into the sea and opposite the fishermans boat yard...... which was most contextual given the subject [...]

    - Rob Knight, 20:06 15th Sep

    on Sandra Bartocha

    I am red/green colorblind only to the extent it keeps me from putting red/green/brown together like others can. I do see normal colors, traffic lights, etc, and of course your work in color, although probably not like others do. I do a lot of IR.

    - Herb, 03:25 15th Sep

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Issue 122 PDF

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Time, for the landscape photographer, is often the enemy. We never seem to spend enough time taking photos; there is never enough time to find the composition before the light disappears; it’s too early to get up; we got up too late; our readers say they frequently have problems finding time to read all the articles or books that they own. Continue reading

 

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    on Birch Article – Call for Photos

    It will probably concentrate on UK and Northern European birches but we'll look worldwide for some of the article to so feel free to submit foreign birches :-)

    - Tim Parkin, 10:14 18th Sep

    on Organising a Photo Laundry

    A great idea, whilst away a few weeks back we saw something similar in Saltburn by the Sea, a pop up line hung exhibition by a local group hung across the bridge over the beck into the sea and opposite the fishermans boat yard...... which was most contextual given the subject [...]

    - Rob Knight, 20:06 15th Sep

    on Sandra Bartocha

    I am red/green colorblind only to the extent it keeps me from putting red/green/brown together like others can. I do see normal colors, traffic lights, etc, and of course your work in color, although probably not like others do. I do a lot of IR.

    - Herb, 03:25 15th Sep

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