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This last couple of weeks, instead of taking pictures I’ve been painting. No, not watercolour but emulsion. So photography has had to take a bit of a back burner whilst I wander around a 1905 house with a tray and a roller. The plus point is that the conservatory has a fabulous view of Sgorr Dhearg across the valley and I’ve been watching the same view for the last 10 days as the weather changes from rain to fog to snow and as the light changes from morning to evening to moonlit and it’s been a rare privilege to see just the massive variations in the look of a single mountain in a slice of a winter season. And there are very few better examples of how the weather conditions can transform a scene than Jan Bainar’s extraordinary image of a frost feather forest as seen on the front cover of this issue. We hope you have the luck and persistence to find your own transformative weather this winter season and we look forward to bringing you the next issue from the Scottish Highlands.
We hope you have the luck and persistence to find your own transformative weather this winter season and we look forward to bringing you the next issue from the Scottish Highlands. more
When I received Charlotte's email asking me to consider writing an End Frame article for On Landscape a swirl of photographs immediately began to spin as if in a washing machine in my mind. more
Our 4x4 feature is a set of 4 landscape photography portfolios from our subscribers: Matthew Pinner, Nick Joyner, Rob Friel & Susan Brown. more
Launching on 4th March, our 'First Light' inspired Exhibition at Joe Cornish Gallery with images from Harvey Lloyd-Thomas, Beata Moore, Julian Calverley, Matt Lethbridge & Baxter Bradford. more
Back in issue 129, we published the images submitted into the Meeting of Minds Community Exhibition. In this issue, we are delighted to publish the PDF catalogue of this. more
The Odra Basin lies in the centre of the most densely populated region of the Czech Republic and no other photographer before me pursued the idea of shooting there regularly. more
The way I choose to use foreground has had a profound impact on the overall composition of many of my wider landscape shots bringing me to realise that I very often employ my own ‘rule of fifths’. more
Ten years ago, at a time where I had a Canon Eos and a passing interest in photography & a personal challenge to ride (horses not bikes!) from John O’ Groats to Lands End. more