Inside this issue
It’s taken a while to get the replies back from the National Trust regarding ‘commercial’ use of photographs taken from their land but the results didn’t take that long to interpret. Basically, the Scottish National Trust is pragmatic and the rest of the National Trust take the point of view that if you’re doing anything that is vaguely commercial, then they want their pound of flesh. From our responses, it appears that most people are willing to pay their way given a reasonable and easy to use payment system. The question is, what sort of system can we come up with.
The next step is to go back to the National Trust with some suggestions and see what their response is. If anybody would like to help in either suggestions or ways to approach the Trust, we’d appreciate all the help we can get.
For those of your in other countries, we’d love to hear about your own land access and usage issues (or please let us know how your country gets it right).
As always, please send any ideas or suggestions to email@example.com.
It’s taken a while to get the replies back from the National Trust regarding ‘commercial’ use of photographs taken from their land but the results didn’t take that long to interpret. more
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Whatever it is that drives him, landscape photographer Michael Kenna has been travelling the world for more than 40 years, carrying his heavy Hassleblads to countries ranging from France to Japan. more
We expected a few entries but in the end we were extremely happy to have had over 80 entries from our subscribers all over the world. more
Wherever I am in the world, on 30th December, I shall go out and make photographs and remember my dad. more
Back in October 2016, I decided to retrace steps into my childhood, to revisit the Llŷn Peninsula and the furthest reaches of North Wales, a region so familiar to me from annual family holidays 30 years and more ago. more
One of the transformations I witnessed over the years in how and why people practice photography, is the rise in popularity of participating in competitions and in critique sessions. more