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It is an exciting few weeks for the Editorial team and as you read this I will be in Iceland catching up on some Winter photography (I hope !). I completed my exhibition and you will find an article on the final preparations for the opening in the current edition of the magazine. On my return from Iceland I travel to Scotland for the Paul Wakefield workshop and Adrian Hollister’s Open Studio at the Image Studio at Mellon Charles. A busy month on the road.
We held a very well received webinar with a David Ward Q & A which has prompted us to consider doing more with this medium and so we will be hosting an image critique webinar where David and Joe will talk about 3 images of the others work on line. ‘Critique’ may be the wrong choice of words but expect a lively debate on composition and why the images really works from these two photographers with their differing image styles. You can register here:
By the time the next issue comes out we will have been at The Photography Show with Paula on the Linhof Studio stand at E50/51 where Andrew Nadolski and / or David Tolcher will be on hand to answer your questions or for a chat. We would love to see as many of you as we can so please stop by and say hello. Linhof Studio and OnLandscape are launching a new ‘OnLandscape’ filter kit in either LEE 100mm or Seven5 with a selection of filters that we think are essential in the field despite the stunning DR performance of modern digital cameras and software. This edition contains an article revisiting filter use.
A reminder again about the conference in November, bookings are going well so please consider signing up if you haven’t already booked. Click here for more information.
This edition of the magazine has some exciting new images from Joe from a recent trip to Yosemite. I have written an article on hunting out an image at Dalt Quarry in Borrowdale articulating some of the conscious and subconscious decisions that we make when scouting a location. We finalise the trilogy of articles on the A7R with an ‘in the field’ report from Scotland by David Tolcher. This remains an interesting camera which Joe has also been working with for Sony over the last few weeks. Along with our regulars I hope that you enjoy this edition of the magazine.
You can download the PDF by following the link below. The PDF can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat or by using an application such as Goodreader for the iPad. Click here to download issue 70 more
Hello and welcome to On Landscape webinar, a question and answer session with David Ward. more
Like many landscape photographers coming from a film background the use of graduated ND filters was second nature and the only way to shoot transparency film. more
It really is difficult to elicit any sympathy or argue that life is hard when part of one's portfolio of tasks, labours and responsibilities involves travelling to California to lead a photographic workshop in Yosemite valley. more
I decided to print all 26 which would give me a little leeway to chop and change once I got to the gallery (and possibly a couple of emergency substitutions for myself or the gallery to use should any prints get damaged more
The act of finding and constructing a composition is one that struggles to be pinned down. The way each photographer manages this is often quite different and to generalise about the ‘best’ way is a pointless task. more
I think the images speak for themselves, I find the camera easy to use, doesn’t get in the way and the IQ from tripod based use is superb more