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For our 250th issue I was going to write an editorial about the range of writers we’ve had working for us that have provided so much great content over the last decade and to talk about some of our plans to update our website and look at expanding our editorial team over the next year. But with the news cycle full of worrying images and stories of war in Europe I thought I’d let just let a photograph do the talking. This is Franco Fontana’s bold image of Puglia that Kate Maxwell has chosen for our Endframe feature.
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I think we can learn from him that great photographs don’t have to be of spectacular, iconic places. There are interesting images to be made all around us; we just have to look harder, and pursue what resonates with our own personality, curiosity, and imagination to find our own voice. more
Welcome to our 4x4 feature which is a set of four mini landscape photography portfolios submitted from our subscribers: Chris Salm, Claude Hamel, Derrick Sansome & Paul Flatt more
In a moment of grace, one does not necessarily feel compelled to any action—creative or other—but rather to appreciation, to satisfaction, to hope, and to acceptance. more
Periods of non-productivity can be incredibly refreshing and reinvigorating, whilst I paused work on the Golden Valley project there was a shift in my relationship to the landscape, both practically and creatively and a shift in the way that I thought about my approach. more
In landscapes with a horizon, a 6:17 view provides a broad sweep of a rather natural scan by the eye of the viewer, but it is not evident that this will also be suitable for landscape details. more
I believe that Kurt’s photography and his approaches to creating it are prime examples of what can manifest when we take the time to see the landscape as a partner with whom we communicate, with reverence and curiosity. more
Originally I was just interested in purchasing Gregor's photo book 'Drevesa' (Trees) because I enjoyed his work and it's also my favourite topic. This first contact has since turned into an enjoyable email conversation on photography, more