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Community Talks from Conference 2016

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...about getting a photographic project from a germ of an idea to an exhibition. Thomas Peck Tom Peck is an amateur photographer who’s getting more and more serious about his passion. He writes about photography for magazines (onlandscape.co.uk, Black & White Photography, AP, Shoot) and leads workshops in Yorkshire and the US with aspect2i. Visit his websites www.thomaspeck.wordpress.com and www.thomaspeckphotography.com...

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Books from ‘Beyond Words’

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...briefly which did I borrow and which did I buy. Well the three books borrowed were Lee Friedlander’s “Friedlander”, Marco Paoluzzo’s “Terra Borealis” and Thomas Joshua Cooper’s “Shoshone Falls” (read our interview with Thomas Joshua Cooper) and the only one I returned was Friedlander’s. Lee Friedlander’s “Friedlander” Why did I return this book? Well, two reasons - one for me...

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End frame: Snowbird – Ritual Hieroglyph, Stanton Moor, 1977 by Thomas Joshua Cooper

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This photograph appears with the introduction to TJC’s book ‘Dreaming The Gokstadt’, (and if I wildly paraphrase) in which I think he describes the difference between elemental landscape that demands conventional immediacy, to catch a cloud, a ray of sun perhaps, against landscape outside of a conventional chronology of the moment, where the necessity is to gaze and absorb the...

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Endframe: Postured Birches by Dav Thomas

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A month they said. A whole month! “That’s a lifetime, not a deadline,” I thought, “I can rattle off a shortlist of my favourite photographs in a few minutes.” Well it's not been as easy as I anticipated. I work on the picture desk of a national newspaper and scan through thousands of images every day. It's hard enough to...

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Face to Face with the Sublime

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Inspired by Alan Hinkes presentation at the A Meeting Of Minds conference at the Rheged Centre in Nov 2014, Thomas Peck investigates how 18th century notions of the sublime are brought to life in 20th/21st century mountaineering photography. Something quite extraordinary happens when you watch Alan Hinkes present his pictures and talk about his experiences climbing the highest mountains in...

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Bole Hill & Padley Gorge, Peak District

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...but I'm a little ashamed by Dav's output, very impressive work considering nearly all of them were captured on large format - if you want to see some geocoded snaps, visit the link here. You can check out more of Dav Thomas' wonderful large format imagery at Peak Landscapes. Read Dav Thomas and Joe Wright article on this location.  ...

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Masters of Vision 2013

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In 2009 Pete Bridgwood put on an exhibition at Southwell Minster which showcased the work of a Master photographer as well as a few of his colleagues work. The first Master was Charlie Waite with a supporting role by Amateur Photographer editor Damien Demolder. Alongside Pete Bridwood's work was that of Dav Thomas, Mark Gould, Chris Upton and Jonathan Horrocks....

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Exhibition Planning Part 2

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...problems. Printing is one of those areas that causes all sorts of problems for all sorts of reasons. As I don’t have a 17” printer and I was already due to go around to Dav Thomas’ to help calibrate his monitor and 24” printer I asked if it was OK to do the printing at his too. Now I’m no...

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Big Camera Comparison – Editor’s Commentary

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...distance for our studio test) to ensure we weren’t asking too much of our focussing abilities! It was also thought that a good test would be to include some DSLR’s and so we arranged for a colleague, John Robinson, to come with his Nikon D3X and combined with my Canon 5D2 and Dav Thomas’ Sony A900 and a couple of...

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