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Creative Lightroom Pt 3
The Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush
Saltwick
Location Guide
A Return to Iceland
Great Expectations
The Saltwick Challenge
Or a nice evening at the seaside ruined..
Indecisive? Moi?!
Ansel Adams, only human after all..
Walking, A Way of Photography
Joe Blogs
A Sony Monochrome Sensor?
Throwing away the colour
End Frame – Mist on the North-East Ridge by Peter Dombrovskis
Pete Hyde chooses one of his favourite images
D810 Live View Split Screen
An Opportunity Lost?
Viewpoint Editor’s Letter editor@onlandscape.co.uk
Tim Parkin

All change at the On Landscape offices! Our attempts to publish more articles on a regular basis has mostly succeeded and we’d like to thank the number of people who have commented on articles as they were published. We are including some of the best/most informative comments in the PDF. We think the excercise has been a success and we’ll be moving forward with the new regimen.

Dav Thomas is also wrangling with the PDF generation to convert it to InDesign and he seems to have done a great job – that’s my way of saying “It’s not me!” if anything is wrong – seriously though, if you have any comments about the changes please let us know.

One of the good things, in my opinion at least, is that I’ve actually been out taking photographs. Saltwick Bay has had multiple visits as part of creating the location guide (check out the 360 virtual tour) and also the photographer challenge (a litany of cock ups by all who took part). It only takes a couple of trips out with the camera to put everything in perspective and remind us why we do what we do. If you’ve got any ideas for places you’d like to see location guides please let us know.

Finally though – I’d like to thank all of our readers for bearing with us as we try to keep On Landscape developing. It doesn’t always go smoothly but we hope we keep you interested!

Thank you!

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Don’t forget that although there are tickets available for the conference still, we are down to the last few tickets for the dinner on the Saturday night now! Subscribers get an extra discount so just get in touch with us at marketing@onlandscape.co.uk.

Tim Parkin

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Issue 79 PDF

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Creative Lightroom Pt 3

In this issue’s Lightroom guide we took an introductory look at the adjustment brush and graduated filter brush. Continue reading → more

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Saltwick

After a bit of a lean period in terms of my own photography I’ve had the pleasure of going out every week for the last four weeks. Every one of those weeks has been to the same location but in   Continue reading → more

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A Return to Iceland

I think it’s fair to say that Iceland has become a bit of a cliche for photographers. No matter where you look online there seems to be someone returning with pictures of clear ice on black sand, moss covered boulders   Continue reading → more

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The Saltwick Challenge

Around midsummer Joe Cornish, David Tolcher, Andrew Nadolski and I decided we’d set ourselves a little challenge to turn up at the same location with a bunch of cameras and see what happened. As David Tolcher has a house in   Continue reading → more

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Indecisive? Moi?!

I’ve read a small amount about Ansel Adams over the last few years and he has always come across as the master technician of landscape photography. His teaching of the Zone System and his considered 5×4 and 10×8 work was   Continue reading → more

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Walking, A Way of Photography

“We don’t make a photograph just with a camera, we bring to the act of photography all the books we have read, the movies we have seen, the music we have heard, the people we have loved.” – Ansel Adams   Continue reading → more

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A Sony Monochrome Sensor?

At the moment if you want to use a dedicated black and white sensor you’ve got the choice of buying an old Kodak DCS camera (in a full 1.2mp or 6mp formats), buying a Leica Monochrom for £5k or a   Continue reading → more

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End Frame – Mist on the North-East Ridge by Peter Dombrovskis

When Tim asked me if I would do an “End Frame” I didn’t realise quite how difficult it would be identifying which particular photograph I wanted to discuss. There are many photographers whose portfolios I admire and there are many more   Continue reading → more

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D810 Live View Split Screen

I imagine most of you will have heard that we have a D800 replacement arriving very soon. If you haven’t, the bottom line for landscape photographers is Removed optical low pass filter (the old version still had one but supposedly it   Continue reading → more

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Robert Birkby

This issue we’re talking to semi-professional Yorkshire based photographer Robert Birkby. Can you tell me a little about your education, childhood passions, early exposure to photography and vocation? I was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire and educated in nearby Brighouse.   Continue reading → more

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