Inside this issue
Welcome to Issue 71 of OnLandscape from a wild and wet North West of Scotland. A hectic but brilliant couple of weeks spent in the company of some great photographers in Iceland and latterly in Scotland - although I could have done without the 11hr drive to get here comes to an end this week with some down time to catch my breath. It really re-invigorates your creative juices spending time with such talented photographers.
Thank you to all of you who stopped by to see Dave and Andrew at the Photography Show, it was busy busy busy so apologies if they didn't get a lot of time to spend talking with you.
In this issue we have the first in a series of articles from David Ward following on from his webinar. We feature Valda Bailey whose personal approach to In Camera Movement and Multiple Exposure photography is refreshingly different and worth more than a cursory look. We have her to thank for our cover image this issue. We have an article from Joe Cornish as you have never seen him before - behind a smart phone !
Lastly we have the final article from me on the preparation and delivery of my exhibition at the Ryedale Centre.
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Part 1: Four Stages… During my recent webinar for On Landscape I was struck by the fact that one question kept coming up in a number of different guises: how do I go about finding an image? It was apparent that most people felt I had some trick that I employed when searching for an image. In this article, the first of two parts, I’m going to endeavour to explain how I feel the creative process works for all of more
If gaining recognition with multiple exposure images through competitions is the defining factor then my progress has been lamentably slow. more
Around ten years ago, when (from my point of view) shooting 5x4 inch film was the only show in town, I was one of a number of photographers asked to participate in a BBC series about digital photography. The presenter, Tom Ang, asked me to use a phone, to see how I got on with it and how I could apply it in daily use. It was embarrassing in more
Publisher's Description This is the latest book by British photographer Paul Wakefield. A long awaited monograph that includes photographs of both epic proportions and intimate detail. Natural landscape is presented through the five different sections : Shorelines, Rockscapes, Drylands, Woodlands, and Snowscapes. Paul’s work combines a classic landscape tradition with a contemporary sensibility and reflects his life long passion for the natural world. Paul Wakefield was born and grew up in Hong Kong and has worked continuously on his more
This is the third and final instalment of my “journey into world of exhibitions” article. If you’d like to catch up with the previous two articles you can find at the following links - Part One:- https://www.onlandscape.co.uk/2014/02/exhibition-planning/ Part Two:- https://www.onlandscape.co.uk/2014/02/exhibition-planning-part-2/ We left you in part two having just hung the exhibition and finished arranging the card spinners and sample of a framed print more
We had to run a second Blind Critique Webinar with David Clapp because of the volume of submissions. We might have gone a bit quick through these but we hope you got some good feedback. The webinars are open to anyone and we upload recordings of the results to You Tube for people to look at should they miss the webinar or wish to have another look through. We'll be continuing these critiques into 2014 on a regular basis and so more