on landscape The online magazine for landscape photographers
Lake District, Mountain Landscape
Book review - Alistair Lee
Jan Tove
Master Photographer
Landscape Beyond
Extracts from David Ward's book
David Clapp
Extracts from a video interview
Where have the Berries gone?
Tim Parkin discusses sensor anomalies
Reflections on Autumn
Richard Childs' favourite season
A Skye Log
Jon Gibbs reports on a recent trip to Skye
Creativity in Landscape Photography
How thinking like a poet can provide inspiration
Aspect Ratios – Part 1
Discussion on aspect ratios
Viewpoint Editor’s Letter editor@onlandscape.co.uk
Tim Parkin

A bumper issue for you this month as we have contributions from many photographers. I've been working on the website to make it a bit easier to read and that seems to have made a big difference and a few websites have started to link to us. Landscape Photography is all about getting out and about in the landscape though and we've been pleased to read that a few of you have been browsing the website whilst waiting for the light! Thanks again for the great support - subscriptions are still coming in and each one helps give me more time to create and solicit content.

Tim Parkin

Content Issue Three
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Lake District, Mountain Landscape

Alistair Lee is primarily a climber but has been carrying a camera since his early outings more

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Jan Tove

Jan Tove is a bit of an enigma in the UK; A photographer of no small talent who has inspired a great many more people than his British profile more

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Landscape Beyond

A debate almost as old as photography is whether we take or make photographs. I've always felt strongly that we make images, that it is a creative act. more

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David Clapp

David Clapp, Tim Parkin and Dav Thomas met up in the Peak District just as On Landscape was being formulated. more

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Where have the Berries gone?

I have two pictures to show you, not the most scientific of comparisons, but it’s enough to show an aspect of digital photography more

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Reflections on Autumn

Flooded forest, Ardlui. Autumn has finally come to an end here in Argyll. As I write this article sleet and rain lashes against the window and strong winds strip away the remaining colour from the trees, the leaves giving up their tenuous grip having been weakened by hard frosts earlier in the week and Snow has made a dramatic return to the mountains hereabout. Looking back more

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A Skye Log

It’s an obsession, I admit it, even the giants of Torridon and the beautiful mountains of the far North West can’t drag me away from the Isle of Skye. more

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Creativity in Landscape Photography

We all ask profound questions about life from time to time from “why is there suffering in the world?” to "why do I have to die?” They are deep and meaningful questions, imponderables that unify us in life. So why does most landscape photography aspire to little more that “the rocks are hard” or even “the water is soft”? more

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Aspect Ratios – Part 1

For photographers of a certain (ahem) age, the aspect ratio of 35mm film, 24mm x 36mm (ie 2x3), was fed to us like mother’s milk. more

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