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    on Tilt Shift Lens in Landscape Photography Recording

    Great video and explanations! I'm in Seattle and it looked and sounded fantastic. Watched in on an iPad Air with Bluetooth Bose SoundLink Mini. Just like I was there.

    - Richard Noll, 23:55 18th Mar

    on Russ Barnes

    Truly inspiring work and a great insight into how Russ approaches landscape photography. Clearly a highly dedicated and skilled photographer and one which I have followed for the last 12 months with nothing but admiration for having such a consistently wonderful portfolio. Keep up the good work Russ!

    - Joseph White, 21:04 16th Mar

    on D810 Live View Split Screen

    Interesting stuff Tim. It was the Live View improvements that most interested me too. When I've used a D800 in the past I've always felt its LV function was a poor relation to my Canon 5D3's. The dual window feature is definitely of interest, I often use LV to check my DoF [...]

    - Duncan Fawkes, 13:22 1st Jul
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Southbound – Photography of a Southern Landscape

A new exhibition of unique, award-winning landscape photography from the country’s south eastern corner, by Valda Bailey, David Baker, Terry Gibbins and Finn Hopson. The South Eastern counties of England are not necessarily the first places that spring to mind   [ read ]

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On Limitations and Creativity

This morning I read a comment on a Facebook post saying simply that the weather recently had sapped any creativity and discouraged photography trips. I paraphrase, obviously, but it’s a sentiment that is seen expressed often. I’ve said it myself   [ read ]

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Russ Barnes

We tend to think of photojournalism in terms of that which fills the pages of our newspapers, but speaking to Russ Barnes it seems like a good description of his approach to image making. He says that he often goes   [ read ]

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10th March Livestreaming – Talking Tilt Shift

Tuesday 10th March, 8pm GMT We’ve written articles about tilt shift photography in previous issues, for instance: Tilt / Shift Photography – Introduction to lens tilts in photography What’s the Shift in Tilt / Shift? A look at lens shift with DSLR   [ read ]

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The 5DS and 5DSR

The recent announcement of the 5DS and the 5DSR have caused quite a kerfuffle, as is to be expected. What is quite surprising though is the number of people either writing the camera off, or announcing it to be the   [ read ]

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Deborah Hughes

This issue we’re interviewing Deborah Hughs, a photographer from La Sal, Utah (Near Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Hovenweep and Natural Bridges National Monuments). Deborah is retired but is still busy with her garden, grandchildren, representing local charities   [ read ]

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10th February Live Broadcast

This is the page where you need to view the Livestreaming event on 10th February, 8pm. To register for the event, please go to the following article. Tim Parkin has recently on a tour around Iceland and David has been   [ read ]

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10th of February Live Broadcast

With the success of the live broadcasts from our conference we’ve decided to run a few more and the first of these will be on the 10th of February. Tim Parkin has recently on a tour around Iceland and David   [ read ]

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The Slow Interview with photographer Mark Olwick

Most interviews are done by phone or such like, and the interviewee has little time to think in depth about each question. I chose to interview Mark Olwick by e-mail, over a number of weeks, while he was travelling, giving   [ read ]

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Funding Cuts for Birmingham Photography Collection

Funding cuts in the Arts were an inevitability due to the economic crisis – most of the arguments regarding cuts are about how far is acceptable and how far is too far. Cutting too far will inevitably erode our own   [ read ]

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Jonathan Brown

We’re all judged on our images, often all too fleetingly, yet it is the connections that we make and the conversations that occur that can prove to be the most informative. A first telephone call to Jonathan Brown opened up   [ read ]

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36 Megapixels vs 6×7 Velvia

Over a year ago now we carried out various tests of medium format digital camera systems and film camera systems. The results, whilst interesting, didn’t tell us a whole lot about 35mm digital camera systems. Just after the D800 and   [ read ]

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Weald – David Higgs

I have known David and admired his work for a few years now though our mutual connection with the filmwasters.com forum. During that time I have followed the progress of David’s 5 year project to capture the essence of the   [ read ]

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The Problem with Photography Journalism

Landscape photography receives little wholly positive press in the newspapers but most coverage of photography in general is neutral to positive. However, over the last few weeks a certain journalist from The Guardian seems to have taken the reins from Brian Sewell and   [ read ]

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Taste and Landscape Photography

As you may already know from the interviews we have done with him, Mark Littlejohn was voted as the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year. The picture chosen was one that gathered quite a lot of praise online   [ read ]

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