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The Gullfoss waterfall has a massive flow of 109 cu m of water per second, a challenging subject because the usual viewpoints are rather restricted... more
All light is good for photography as long as it is married to suitable subject matter so why do I hear of ‘poor light’ driving photographers indoors? more
I think we can definitely say that between Gustav Le Gray and Fox Talbot, they made the first forays into representing the wilderness in photographic form. more
Michael Paynton, a Hertfordshire based photographer has been working backwards through the camera timeline - from Fuji Digital to a Mamiya twin lens reflex more
Our first book reviewed here is by Steve Gosling, a limited edition of 1000 with each numbered and signed by Steve and available directly from his website more
To mark the launch of the new Canon 1Dx camera, we are delighted to invite you to join our one-day photography workshops at a Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust venue near you FREE OF CHARGE – an inspirational day with top class speakers normally worth £85 but now free! Canon will have cameras at these events for you to try out as well. Obviously, places are strictly limited at each venue more