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The Unknown Room

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Asked about adventure, Messner said you need an unknown environment to really experience it, an unknown room as he calls it. That, I think, brings into play the authentic side of photography. The moving on towards the unknown. Something you experience for the first time. Something you photograph for the first time. Continue reading [ read ]

Issue 114 PDF

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Click here to download issue 114 (high quality, 84Mb) Click here to download issue 114 (smaller download, 38Mb)

Endframe: Approaching Storm by Chris Upton

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Is it a landscape image or am I just on a nostalgia trip? I’ll let you decide but to me it’s both. A photograph of any type is by definition a moment in time past so the two are probably inexorably linked. A lot of our industrial landscape has slipped away over the years without being captured. Continue reading [ read ]

“Iceland – An Uneasy Calm” by Tim Rudman

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In issue 112 we had an interview with Tim Rudman about his Iceland exhibition and book and promised to have a review of the book in the following issue. Hopefully, you’ll forgive us for being a little late on this   [ read ]

Professional and Personal – An Illustrated Discussion with Paul Wakefield

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Pau Wakefield was one of the speakers at the 2014 Meeting of Minds Conference, which was recorded. Through the means of an illustrated interview with the photographer David Ward, Paul and David talk about how he has balanced his commercial work with the need to continue doing his personal work. Continue reading [ read ]

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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   [ read ]

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

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   [ read ]

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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Latest Comments

    on Creative Lightroom Pt 9

    I've found on the few occasions that Lightroom couldn't process my panoramic stitch that Photoshop would do so. I much prefer keeping it all in Lightroom if possible though.

    - Glen Urban, 12:29 13th Apr

    on Compositional Controversies

    I'm loving this series, Joe. In fact, I'm enjoying the responses almost as much as the the articles. I can't remember another photographic debate where writings of both John Thomas Smith and Morrisey have been evoked (but perhaps I'm not so widely read as I should be).

    - Stuart Westmore, 21:38 9th Apr

    on Compositional Controversies

    I think that should read "look good and intentional"! Showing intent is one of the prime things for a photographer. We need to make our selection - which determines the composition - in such a way that it is obvious we have thought about it. Otherwise, because the camera automatically/effortlessly provides [...]

    - David Ward, 10:42 9th Apr

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Latest Articles

The Unknown Room

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Asked about adventure, Messner said you need an unknown environment to really experience it, an unknown room as he calls it. That, I think, brings into play the authentic side of photography. The moving on towards the unknown. Something you experience for the first time. Something you photograph for the first time. Continue reading [ read ]

 

From Red River to the Rivera Winter – A look at projects in contemporary landscape photography

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Jem Southam was one of the speakers at the 2014 Meeting of Minds conference, which was recorded. Jem Southam is critically regarded as one of the most important British photographers of the last twenty five years. Working with a 10×8 view camera and colour negative film, his patient pursuit of his art seems at odds with the frenetic pace of life in the 21st Century. Continue reading [ read ]

Clipping Colour

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Whilst taking some test shots in my front garden last week, I noticed something strange going on. It wasn’t a problem capturing the images, I remember taking a normal exposure and then taking +1 and +2 brackets and the +2   [ read ]

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    on Creative Lightroom Pt 9

    I've found on the few occasions that Lightroom couldn't process my panoramic stitch that Photoshop would do so. I much prefer keeping it all in Lightroom if possible though.

    - Glen Urban, 12:29 13th Apr

    on Compositional Controversies

    I'm loving this series, Joe. In fact, I'm enjoying the responses almost as much as the the articles. I can't remember another photographic debate where writings of both John Thomas Smith and Morrisey have been evoked (but perhaps I'm not so widely read as I should be).

    - Stuart Westmore, 21:38 9th Apr

    on Compositional Controversies

    I think that should read "look good and intentional"! Showing intent is one of the prime things for a photographer. We need to make our selection - which determines the composition - in such a way that it is obvious we have thought about it. Otherwise, because the camera automatically/effortlessly provides [...]

    - David Ward, 10:42 9th Apr

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