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The New iPad
Resolutionary, supposedly...
Dark Beach Project
David Langan discusses his accidental project
Taming the Complex
Jon Brock introduces his new book Vision and Craft
Depth of Field
How to achieve images that are sharp where you want them to be
The Nikon D800 – The Landscape Shooter’s DSLR?
Is this the perfect camera for landscape work?
Not So Trigger Happy
The Olympus OM-10
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Tim Parkin

Tim Parkin

Content Issue Thirty Five
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The New iPad

When you start the new iPad up it just looks crisp. Looking closer it’s what you don’t see that makes such a difference. Pixels.. You can’t see any of them. more

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Dark Beach Project

Imagine making a photograph without any defining boundaries, the chances are the image could be vague and unfocused in relation to communicating the subject. more

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Taming the Complex

The following is an excerpt from Jon Brock's Blurb book 'Vision and Craft'. Find out more about the book here. Taming the Complex Of the many aspects to photography, the art of composition has most intrigued me over the years. I cut my photographic teeth photographing ‘inner landscapes’, pointing the camera downwards and constructing images quite literally out of the patterns that exist in the ground beneath my feet, more

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Depth of Field

Introduction Being able to get your picture sharp where you want it to be is one of the key aspects of a landscape photographers craft. It is also one where there is a lot of misinformation and confusion. We hope to provide a brief overview of the different techniques accomplish this goal and to make this the start of a series of articles where we will dive into each technique in greater detail. Depth of Field There are hundreds of web more

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The Nikon D800 – The Landscape Shooter’s DSLR?

F16 3sec ISO 100. Raw file processed in Lightroom and Photoshop. Nikon 24-70 f2.8 focussed manually. No filters It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that the Nikon D800 has been hotly anticipated. Since the rumours of a 36mp Nikon DSLR started to appear on the internet last year interest in this class-leading camera has been steadily building. Landscape photographers, probably more than most, have been eager more

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Not So Trigger Happy

It was with of trepidation that I received the Olympus OM10 from Tim. Other than putting a roll of film through an EOS Elan I have been a digital shooter... more

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