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Lockdown Podcast #2

What we really want to do is to continue having these conversations but make things more interactive with our audience. So if you have any questions you’d like to address to Joe or David (or myself). more

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Lockdown Podcast #1

Episode One Our Pilot Episode of the Lockdown Podcast If you want to download the mp3 to listen offline, right/ctrl/cmd click here and use the 'save as' option. more

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Passing Through – Mark Banks

Back in January, Mark was in between two workshops he as running based in Kentallen. This village is on the coastal road from Ballachulish to Oban and approximately 25 minutes from Glencoe. Tim and Mark met at the Joe Cornish Gallery when Tim had just started using his large format camera and since then Mark has transitioned from using large format to digital photography. In this podcast, Mark talks about how and why he transitioned from large format, more

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Passing Through – David Speight

David Speight joined us to chat about his photography whilst he was staying just around the corner at the bottom of Glencoe.  more

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Roundtable Discussion on the Environment for Landscape Photographers

On our 200th issue, we decided to have a special Passing Through podcast. David Ward and Joe Cornish are running a workshop in the area and Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson are in Scotland. We decided to invite them to a roundtable discussion on what we as landscape photographers can do to help protect the environment and mitigate climate change. more

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Passing Through – Margaret Soraya

In this podcast, Margaret talks about her exhibition and what she finds in the quietness and solitude of the islands that keeps pulling her back. more

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Passing Through Podcast – Al Simmons from Teamwork

A couple of weeks ago, Al Simmons from Teamwork came to visit to demonstrate the latest camera system from Phase One, the Phase IQ4 150 and also the new technical camera solution, the Phase XT and it's range of 23mm, 32mm and 70mm electronic shuttered Rodenstock lenses. more

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Passing Through Podcast – Alister Benn

Alister Benn joined us at our Highland headquarters for a chat about his recent trip to Sweden, where we randomly bumped into each other, and his forthcoming move to Lochaber! more

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Passing Through – Paul Pell-Johnson & Joe Cornish

In the first edition, we're talking to Paula Pell-Johnson of Linhof Studio and our own Joe Cornish where we cover ground from megapixels to film and some of the new products that Paula is excited about in the coming months. more

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Joe Cornish – Readers Questions

Just before Christmas we asked our readers for a bunch of questions that we could put to Joe Cornish when he visited next and the response was fantastic. In the end we recorded two hours of audio but to keep installments to a useful length (a lot of people say they listen to them over breakfast or during a commute) we've split it into half hour sections. So, a big thank you to Joe and everyone who submitted their questions and here's more

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Interview with Anna Booth

There are sadly very few women 'in' landscape photography. Whether this is to do with the problems of being out in the landscape at odd hours of the day is for a different article. What is interesting is that the amount of 'interesting' women photographers is disproportionate to this lack of total numbers - again something for a different article but in the meantime we will ignore the gender and just celebrate the unique photography of Anna Booth. We more

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Interview with Jon Brock

Jon Brock and I met up in Port Mulgrave recently and we ended up having a brief chat about his self published book, "Vision and Craft" as featured in a previous issue of On Landscape. We recorded the chat for your enjoyment although make sure you've been to the loo before you listen to it :-) more

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What is Landscape Photography Podcast

Whilst discussing plans for the magazine and other ideas, David Ward, Joe Cornish, Tim Parkin and Andrew Nadolski took the opportunity to record a round table discussion covering a question that has been asked more than once in the past (usually around mid October in the last few years) what exactly is landscape photography (or more usually put "That's not bloody landscape photography!"). The session was recorded for your offline delectation as long as you don't end up angrily disagreeing more

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Guy Tal

Guy Tal is writing an article for us but we thought you'd like a podcast to listen to whilst you are out on location or just travelling to work. more

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