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It was in October 2006 that I first set out to North Sands to take my first ‘proper’ landscape photographs. Armed with a tripod, some Cokin filters, and, oh yeah, a camera, I drove in the darkness along Cemetery Road, past skeletal remains of disused factory buildings and parked at the gates of the Victorian cemetery. Walking past gravestones is perhaps not the most inviting of ways to begin an adventure into landscape photography, but that’s how it started more
This month we're featuring a photographer that previously offered some work as an image critique which we featured in issue 12. Chris Goddard is a ranger who works in South Wales but travels the country capturing some stunning imagery along the way. In most photographers lives there are 'epiphanic’ moments where things become clear, or new directions are formed. What were your two main moments and how did more
Landscape photographers - would you like to speed up your Photoshop processing of large files and save disc space? Watch Tim Parkin and learn how... more
“I was extravagant in the matter of cameras – anything photographic, I had to have the best. But that was to further my work" Edward Weston more
Like many photographers, my family holidays and my photography trips blend into one, limited only by the patience and tolerance of my wife. more