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Luke Brown

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...also been taken from the work of Thomas Joshua Cooper, travelling to all ends of the earth to obtain a single image. Scotland became a destination to explore through the series ‘Time and Tide’, finding the different pools along the East and North Coast. The series ‘Wooded Heights’ is where I really started to immerse myself in the mountains and...

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Interview with Colin Homes

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...follow his progress and see his work develop from a subtle homage to Michael Kenna (and he's hardly alone in that) to something that is more distinctive. In particular, his latest work on rivers and coasts show that, although they have a hint of the Thomas Joshua Cooper's, they draw in from many other sources and have become uniquely Colin....

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Wilderness and the Mind of the Photographer

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...that needed wilderness, even if it was just to look at from a distance. Americans would have admired the grand vistas in the paintings of Frederick Edwin Church and Thomas Moran, because such art was representative of a new and evolving country. If it was not for John Muir and latterly Ansel Adams with his well documented photographs of the...

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Hannah Devereux

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...the ocean, always with the horizon line in the same position. Taken over the course of two decades and in multiple locations across the world, it’s beautiful to see such how such a specific series can generate such diverse results. And finally the book ‘True’ by Thomas Joshua Cooper is very wonderful, an inspiration. Tell me what your favourite two...

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4×4 Portfolio

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Our new feature this issue is 4x4, a set of four mini portfolios each consisting of four images related in some way. If you would like to submit your own 4x4 portfolio please visit this page for submission information. Adam Pierzchala Harvey Lloyd-Thomas Julian Love Vanda Ralevska...

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In Defence of ‘Wow!’

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There has been a fair bit of sunset/rise bashing goes on in LandscapeGB and there's been a good few debates about the virtues of flat light, contemplative compositions and all that goes with it. I myself am a fully signed up member of the wowless club, the more I journey into the my world of photography, the more demure my...

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Tim Blogs – Am I still a landscape photographer ?

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Whilst wandering around the Patching’s Art Festival last month I was mentioning to my colleague Dav Thomas that I don’t really feel like a landscape photographer at the moment (or any sort of photographer for that matter). It’s true that I’d been on two very rewarding photography trips to Iceland and Scotland in February but apart from that I have...

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Photography and Music

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...Clapp (guitar), Melanie Foster (saxaphone), Richard Childs (drums), Charles Cramer (piano), me (guitar - somewhat badly), Dav Thomas (guitar), etc. and I have a theory why.. bear with me whilst I go on a trip through pyschology. WARNING - emotive subject being discussed. I'm not getting into analysing clinical autism here. Just want to discuss some observations around the subject!...

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#Connected2018

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...inspirations and workings of some very well-known photographers and artists. Over the years #Connected has been proud to bring the likes of Lizzie Shepherd, David Baker, Vanda Ralevska, Paul Kenny, Michela Griffith, Dav Thomas, Sue Bishop, Doug Chinnery, Pete Bridgwood, Mark Littlejohn and many more to Nottingham to share their inspiring photography and stories with us. This year’s exhibition launch...

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