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As some of you may know, we’ve had a few part-time staff working with us at the On Landscape offices for the last three years. Considering we don’t pay them anything, the three brothers, Harpo, Groucho and Chico, have spent nearly every spare minute offering their services. To be fair, most of their services are in the ‘moral support’ category and it is true that they do need more breaks than most. However, very sadly, Harpo fell ill two weeks ago and passed away last week from heart disease. In his three years, he spent nearly every waking moment trying to entertain us and I hope he packed in more in that little time than many cats do in a full life. He taught myself and Charlotte a valuable lesson though. Don’t leave until later that which you can do now because you don’t know how things will pan out. If there’s something you really want to do, don’t put it off repeatedly. There will always be something else trying to put demands on your time but we only have one life and for some of us it won’t be a long one. Life isn’t measured in years though, it’s measured in memories so go and create some.
There will always be something else trying to put demands on your time but we only have one life and for some of us it won’t be a long one. Life isn’t measured in years though, it’s measured in memories so go and create some. more
Following on from my previous article on pinhole photography I decided to create my own film pinhole photographs using a large format camera and a converted Copal 1. more
For nature and landscape photographers autumn is obviously also a great season, offering all kind of possibilities for moody and colourful pictures. But it is not so easy to make something new out it. more
I can still somehow remember the moment of engaging with this one in a quiet yet glowing contentment a few years ago. I don't really remember when and where precisely just the conscious engagement. more
Our 4x4 feature is a set of 4 landscape photography portfolios from our subscribers: Chris Davis, Glen Sumner, Pete Sumner & Sara Cremer more
As viewers, we may not care, but as creators, I believe that this should be of primary importance and consideration in our creative (and professional) choices. more
The sense of energy at Canary Wharf is palpable; it’s not a place that is often associated with quiet contemplation. more
I am drawn to the vision & words of Jack Dykinga about contemporary landscape photography. In one of his recent interviews, he pleads for so-called ‘whispering images. more
Like all art, our photography develops as we change and progress in our lives. more