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41 Megapixel Phone Camera!
More megapixies than Nikon’s D800
Anti-aliasing and Moire
The disadvantage of the Bayer sensor
Broken Line, The Silent Respiration of Forests & Stone Walls
Book reviews
Baxter Bradford
Featured photographer
A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Glacier…
or 'The One That Got Away'
Colour Correction with Curves
RGB or bust! More post-processing with curves
Viewpoint Editor’s Letter editor@onlandscape.co.uk
Tim Parkin

Tim Parkin

Content Issue Thirty Two
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41 Megapixel Phone Camera!

OK - we've been keeping a place open for this one.. Nokia have just out specced nearly all of the camera companies in one fell swoop. The new Nokia 808 will have 41MP!! This looks like a typo when you first see it. FORTY ONE MEGAPIXELS! Well, my first reaction was - must be a fake - but no, lo and behold they've actually created a camera with more megapixies than Nikon's new D800. more

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Anti-aliasing and Moire

There has been a lot of talk on the interwebs recently about the new Nikon D800 and the fact that it has been split into two product lines, the D800 and the D800e. For those of you who don’t know, Nikon’s new DSLR is a 36 megapixel blockbuster and for the ‘e’ options, you get to pay an extra £300 and have the anti-alias filter disabled. The fact that you have to pay to have something removed is not more

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Broken Line, The Silent Respiration of Forests & Stone Walls

Olaf Otto Becker - Broken Line We’ve reviewed Olaf’s ‘Above Zero’ in a previous issue and we were equally enamoured of it’s aesthetic sensibilities with it’s depth of seeing and the story it carried. We contacted Neil McIlwraith at Beyond Words to ask about other books and he recommended we take a look at ‘Broken Line’. From first opening we knew we were unlikely to be dissapointed. The tipped in picture on the front cover and the emobossing of the more

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Baxter Bradford

In this issue we’re talking to Hampshire/Cornwall based photographer Baxter Bradford whose prints from around the granite coastline and Kimmeridge I first saw whilst staying in the Mount Haven Hotel near St Michael’s Mount. In most photographers lives there are 'epiphanic’ moments where things become clear, or new directions are formed. What were your two main moments and more

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A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Glacier…

I don’t know if you are like me but sometimes our best pictures are those we have in our heads; the shot we would have taken if only we had a camera with us, or if only we could have got the camera out of the bag and on the tripod in time before the light changed. You probably know what I mean. One of my ‘best’ pictures was ‘taken’ in 2005 standing at the face of Franz Josef more

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Colour Correction with Curves

I’ve written quite a bit about using curves to adjust tonality and brightness but curves can be a lot more flexible tools than this. The fact that curves are split into red, green and blue components allows us to adjust the tone of a picture and to do so at various brightness points. So, for instance, we can change the colour of the shadows in one direction whilst changing the highlights in another direction (e.g. cool shadows, warm highlights more

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