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I've been doing a lot of analysing of raw files over the last few months and I've discovered a few places where Lightroom doesn't give quite the best results. That it's taken such close attention in order to find places where Lightroom isn't perfect should be seen as a sort of win for Lightroom. It means that for the vast majority of cases Lightroom is an adequate solution. We've been a bit remiss picking up on our very popular video tuition series where Joe Cornish and I look at how to post process landscape images but better late than never so this issue sees the return of a regular Lightroom slot.
Next issue I'll be reporting back from the beautiful heather carpeted landscape of Yorkshire heath and moorland, until then enjoy the last breaths of summer!
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We looked at the basics of graduated filters in a previous video and in this first episode Joe Cornish and I look at the graduated filter in more detail and introduce the radial filter. more
Preconceptions can lead to missing that little gem of a shot whilst you are en route elsewhere. more
It is the largest sand desert in Arabian Peninsula where it covers from Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman and Yemen. It is called the Empty Quarter. more
This issue's landscape photography 4x4 portfolio features Esen Tunar, Jon Gibbs, Julian Elliott & Sean Goswell. more
One image in particular that had a big influence on me was “Evening Tidal Pool“ by David Muench. more
In conversation & in writing, his passion is obvious, and he admits to a childlike sense of wonder and anticipation when planning a trip more
“Mistresses of Light” exhibition that opens in OXO Gallery on the 9th of September 2015 and lasts until the 13th of September celebrates the art of landscape photography created by women artists. There are twelve contributing photographers in the exhibition, and what brought us together was our passion for landscapes and photography. The “Mistresses of Light” title reflects our fascination with the unsurpassed light in the natural world and our constant effort to capture it. It has been a long journey more