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Alfred Stieglitz
Master photographer
The Truth, the Whole truth and Nothing but the Truth?
Ian Thomas discusses honesty and truth in photography
Hindsight – with David Ward
Video interview
Shooting for the Moon
Not safe for Werewolves!
Outdoor Show versus The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012
The choice was easy!
Hugh Webster
Featured photographer
The Beautiful Square
The Shape of Things To Come?
Why Size Really Doesn’t Matter
Is Bigger Really Better?
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Tim Parkin

Tim Parkin

Content Issue Thirty
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Alfred Stieglitz

Stieglitz may not be the best photographer that the century has ever seen but you would be hard pushed to find a more influential one or one that pushed the bounds of what photography meant. His obsessive hard work pushed photography forward as an art like no other. His own photography stretched these boundaries as well, occasionally creating ground breaking work such as the equivalents. He spent more time promoting others than on his own work however, famously helping more

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The Truth, the Whole truth and Nothing but the Truth?

'Honesty' and 'truth' are two descriptors which are applied very frequently to the subject of landscape photography. Typically, they will be applied by 'scapers who fall into one (or both) of two categories: the chap who searches tirelessly for the perfect scene and the perfect light (hopefully concurrently!) and the other who is not quite so pernickety but has little in the way of aptitude or skill to get the best out of his images in post production. In more

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Hindsight – with David Ward

David Ward has inspired many people through his photography and workshops, here he chooses three images to talk about (well, mostly avoid talking about... ) more

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Shooting for the Moon

If you'd like to take a telephoto landscape image of the full moon then hopefully this technical guide will help you to achieve that. An image of Staple Tor on Dartmoor shot at 560mm is being used as an example. Software The Photographer’s Ephemeris is the tool you will need to download in order to follow this article. No doubt many of your will be using it already, but if more

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Outdoor Show versus The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012

The Outdoor Show was disappointing, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and the Natural History Museum - now here was something worth visiting more

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Hugh Webster

This week sees a feature on Hugh Webster - originally born in Northumberland but having spent most of his life in Scotland, Hugh has his own stock photo library which used to be called the Scottish Highland Photo Library but is now Stock Scotland and previously ran the Highlands Development Photo Library. In most photographers lives there are 'epiphanic’ moments where things become clear, or new more

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The Beautiful Square

What do Michael Kenna, Josef Hoflehner and Hengki Koentjoro have in common? I suspect many of you have guessed the answer already: they all work predominantly in black and white and use the square format. It's popularity with arty landscapists means that I've come to think of the square format as the 'fine art photographer's format'. Perhaps this is because of the format's roots – before digital more

Fay Godwin Exhibition
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Why Size Really Doesn’t Matter

I had the pleasure of coming along to Tim’s Big Camera Comparison which featured in Issue 28. As we know, being the ultimate geek, Tim loves to compare pretty much everything photographic – cameras, resolution, film, colour, you name it. And congratulations to Tim for putting together such a thorough and informative test. I got the chance last week to look at print outs from the test of the landscape view, some differences were noticeable on the larger prints which more

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