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Looking for excellence
Advice for oneself
Endframe: Bulldogs by Elliott Erwitt
David Taylor talks about one of his favourite images
An Interview with Despina Kyriacu
From the college of printing to making intimate landscapes
Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios
Colin McLean, Joe Rainbow, Andrew Herbert & Karen Thurman
An alternative view…
A look at what else is there
This Land – Joe Cornish & Roly Smith
Book Launch and Exhibition
Linda Lashford
Featured Photographer
Viewpoint Editor’s Letter editor@onlandscape.co.uk
Tim Parkin

The Photography Show. An extraordinary combination of magic moments and subtle torture - the former being those wonderful meetings with photographic acquaintances old a new, a collision of ideas and inspiration from both sides of the conversation. The subtle torture being that constant background hum of voices that are just on the edge of clarity, the industrial lighting and recycled air, the lack of anywhere to hide for a few moments.

Fortunately we quickly forget the latter and so it's all the good moments that spring to mind - seeing Sean Conboy's and Andy Earle's talks on Architecture and Music photography (the formers Dubai hotels and the latter's Pink Floyd and Johnny Cash album covers. Having a chance to look at David Higgs' latest platinum-palladium prints and Julian Calverley's portfolio book, Joe Cornish's new book (don't bother waiting for my review, just buy it), etc., etc. I'm not going to do a lovey list of names but you get the idea. Sadly I didn't get a chance to see much of the rest of the show but from the feedback that people were giving to myself and Paula from Linhof & Studio, we were on the most interesting stand anyway. A big thanks for everyone who came and said hello and gave us feedback on both the stand and the magazine. Until next year!

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Issue 110 PDF

The Photography Show. An extraordinary combination of magic moments and subtle torture - the former being those wonderful meetings with photographic acquaintances old a new, a collision of ideas and inspiration from both sides of the conversation. The subtle torture being that constant background hum of voices that are just on the edge of clarity, the industrial lighting and recycled air, the lack of anywhere to hide for a few moments. Fortunately we quickly forget the latter and so it's more

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Looking for excellence

We all know how a memorable photograph looks like. We have so many examples that take our breath away. It takes talent, chance, work and a lot of passion. more

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Endframe: Bulldogs by Elliott Erwitt

Verbal humour is slippery. To get a joke requires a subtle understanding of language and culture. The fact that visual humour is universally understood leads to an interesting conundrum. Why are there so few photographers who are known for their conscious use of visual humour? more

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An Interview with Despina Kyriacu

I saw Despina's work at a gallery in London and had wanted to talk with her about her photographs for a while. This year we finally met up at Joe Cornish's gallery in Northallerton for an interview about her history and working practise. more

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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue the 4x4 portfolios are from Colin McLean, Joe Rainbow, Andrew Herbert & Karen Thurman more

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An alternative view…

As always, my inclination is to look for things other than the grand vista to photograph, to search for things that speak to me more of what I personally consider the essence of this place more

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This Land – Joe Cornish & Roly Smith

Joe Cornish’s new book This Land explores the wonderful diversity of the geology of Britain and celebrates the variety and scope of the British landscape. more

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Linda Lashford

I think I am a traveller who makes portraits of the places I encounter. The landscape might be the whole subject, or it might be the canvas on which other things are imprinted more

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