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The middle of February and no snow - well I suppose we've had enough in December but I for one am looking for some more just to try out my new snow chains. I have been out scouting out a new location for a guide and we'll have some good content in the next two issues. Hopefully the next one will be Castle Crag where we're meeting up with quite a few photographers and the one after that will be Goredale Scar, a location I've been checking out in the last week. We've also invested in an outdoor audio system so we can do some recording in the field - look for some content using this in March. People have been subscribing at a reasonable rate too so thank you very to all of you! Rob Hudson has also been interviewing photographer Chris Tancock and this looks like it could be a great feature. Dav Thomas has also been over and he will be talking about a few of his photographs in one of the March issues. We're also meeting up with David Ward next week and I'm really looking forward to talking to him about his recent work.
This issue we're talking to Angie and David Unsworth, a photographic team (how novel) from Grasmere in the Lake District. more
ICC Profiles and colour management seem to be the bane of many photographer's lives. more
In this one hour video, Joe Cornish talks through his workflow for taking a file just exported from a digital Phase 45+ file using Capture Raw through to assessing the final print. more
The author, Fran Halsall, teaches digital imaging at the Peak District Photography Centre and as such is ideally placed to capture the changing weather and light in the English Peak District. more
Like many photographers of a certain generation, Alex started with a Zenith camera, bought as a present when young more
My first love has been and always with be the outdoors, landscape photography my way of expressing how I feel about mountains and valleys, woodland and coast. more
The overall impression is one of an incredibly passionate, often difficult woman who had an almost tunnel vision approach to the art of promotion of her photography. more
The book is a self published, no compromises effort. The oversize format added considerably to the cost but Angie and David were insistent upon giving the pictures the room to breathe on the page. more