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An Audience of Character

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For my lightning talk at the On Landscape Meeting of Minds conference, I considered how my images of water were evolving and I talked not just about using the water’s surface as a canvas, but about loosening the knots of representational landscape photography. Continue reading

Issue 133 PDF

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The Photography Show is running again at the moment and for the first year in a long time we haven’t attended. It’s probably a good thing as we’ve travelled back and forth from our new base in Scotland a lot in the last few weeks including setting up the new On Landscape exhibition at the Joe Cornish gallery. Continue reading

Yes We Can

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Encouraging female photographers to get ‘out there’ on their own at the more ‘unsociable hours’ of the day or night – and experience the immense photographic and personal satisfaction in doing so! 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 Scott Robertson

    I really enjoyed the interview and the pictures.

    - rupertilkley, 09:37 5th Mar

    on Respect

    A thought provoking article very well written in a sensitive manner David. This subject is very dear to my heart but fear of offending some I rarely mention the impact photography is having on my local area, Glencoe.

    - scott robertson, 13:20 4th Mar

    on 36 Megapixels vs 6×7 Velvia

    I would have to agree with you, though most lenses are fairly equal at f/5.6, wider than that is what separates the men from the boys. There's a reason that Nikon put out a list of lenses that would "perform best" on the D800 when it was released, a lot of [...]

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Issue 133 PDF

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The Photography Show is running again at the moment and for the first year in a long time we haven’t attended. It’s probably a good thing as we’ve travelled back and forth from our new base in Scotland a lot in the last few weeks including setting up the new On Landscape exhibition at the Joe Cornish gallery. Continue reading

 

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    on Scott Robertson

    I really enjoyed the interview and the pictures.

    - rupertilkley, 09:37 5th Mar

    on Respect

    A thought provoking article very well written in a sensitive manner David. This subject is very dear to my heart but fear of offending some I rarely mention the impact photography is having on my local area, Glencoe.

    - scott robertson, 13:20 4th Mar

    on 36 Megapixels vs 6×7 Velvia

    I would have to agree with you, though most lenses are fairly equal at f/5.6, wider than that is what separates the men from the boys. There's a reason that Nikon put out a list of lenses that would "perform best" on the D800 when it was released, a lot of [...]

    - D€Z, 21:28 23rd Feb

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