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Book Print Quality

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We’ve included Dav Thomas’ book in this issue and one of our comments about it was how good we thought the print quality was. What do we actually mean by this? Well there are various aspects that make up the quality of printing in a book but one of the biggest influences is the way that the photographs are converted...

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Towards a radical perspective

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...feedback form, someone had written ‘too dark’. They were probably right although I hadn’t yet discovered Thomas Joshua Cooper so confidence temporarily waned. The subsequent art school tutors (figurative painters) for a year would chuckle and sneer when I talked about photography as art. If I wanted image feedback I went to see the editor of Creative Camera, then Peter...

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Acquisitions and Inquisitions

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It’s been forty years since I left college and stepped out into the bright world of employment. When producing photographs to commission for magazines and advertising clients, your job is simply to acquire pleasing likenesses of faces and places to a deadline. All the “arty nonsense” I’d studied for my degree was almost immediately shoved to one side by the...

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Space —– My —-

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...darker areas! Tell me about the photographers or artists that inspire you the most. What stimulated your interest in photography and who drove you forward, directly or indirectly, as you developed? I must give a great level of credit to Thomas Joshua Cooper. I was lucky enough to meet Thomas and see his studio space whilst I was studying in...

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Blind Critique with David Clapp (Part Two)

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...webinar or wish to have another look through. We'll be continuing these critiques into 2014 on a regular basis and so please don't stop sending pictures in as we all learn from people's opinions on every picture. David Clapp or click here to be taken to our You Tube channel We are just planning our next Blind Critique so please...

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The Science and Art of Hydrology

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I am a hydrologist (as well as a photographer for more than 50 years). Hydrology is the study of water. It is a fascinating area of research, in part because of the real importance to human lives of the availability of water for drinking, hygiene, agriculture and manufacturing processes, but also because it is also one of the most dynamic...

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Jodie Hulden

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Contrary to what some may think, I don’t have an encyclopaedic knowledge of all that has gone before in On Landscape, and it was only after I came across Jodie’s work on Rfotofolio that I rediscovered Thomas Peck’s critique of Rocks and Old Oak in Issue 131 while researching the interview. Many of Jodie’s images feature trees, for which she...

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Meeting of Minds Conference Update

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...effect and to help people choose the appropriate filters. Read more   KAREN THURMAN From Seed to Show, 13.15 Karen will be talking about getting a photographic project from a germ of an idea to an exhibition. Read more   THOMAS PECK Utah Rocks!, 13.30 The American West is a photographer’s mecca, especially Utah and Arizona with their canyons both...

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Steve Gosling and the desire to touch…

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It is a commonplace of photographic analysis to point out that the camera does not see like the eyes see. The mono viewpoint (vs human binocular vision), the limitations of the frame, the ability to freeze movement or conversely to capture expanses of time, black and white – these are all structural/formal elements that belong to the machine of the...

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In Sympathy with the Landscape: the photographic pastoral

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In a previous article we looked at Alan Hinkes’s photographic depiction of the Sublime. High up in the Himalaya, in the death zone, Hinkes photographed awe-inspiring landscapes, where man was insignificant and puny in the face of massive and indifferent nature. Hinkes, whether consciously or not, was tapping into an artistic genre. In the 17th and 18th centuries artists had...

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