Inside this issue
Some camera filters are still significant to digital photography and can't be simulated in Photoshop. ND filters and polarisers are two very good examples. However it's difficult for the end user to know what makes a good filter; and when you're spending up to £180 on a small piece of glass, you really want to know whether what you're buying is worthwhile.
At On Landscape we try to make sure our tests are comprehensive, independent and don't just look at the measurements but what they actually mean to your photography. In this issue, we're covering 10 stop ND filters and have spent a week analysing as many aspects of their use as we can. In future issues we hope to look at graduated filters and polarisers. If you have any questions or suggestions please let us know!
Some camera filters are still significant to digital photography and can’t be simulated in Photoshop. ND filters and polarisers are two very good examples. Continue reading → more
To summarise what the application does is quite simple, it casts shadows. Now that doesn’t sound that clever, but the clever bit is it casts shadows of Mountains and takes into account the curvature of the earth as well. Continue reading → more
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Has been creating imagery in one form or another since he was old enough to hold a paint brush. He has many years experience as a photographer. At home both in the studio and on location, shooting people, landscape, lifestyle, automotive and underwater. Continue reading → more
Those iconic locations which are a must place to visit but which have already been photographed a million times. What should the enthusiast landscape photographer do? Continue reading → more
You will find classic views of these on her website, but she is drawn more to making her own observations of the places which she holds dearest to her heart and which she has developed close relationships with. Continue reading → more