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Ep Pic Cover Twilight Canyon, Glen Canyon, Utah

End Frame: Twilight Canyon, Glen Canyon, Utah, by Eliot Porter

These issues are once again gaining great importance with global warming and climate change, a long multi-year drought lowering the lake to critical levels, and the lake silting up more

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Frans Lanting

I've always been drawn to different schools of interpreting a natural world outside of the boundaries of photography, whether it is rock art, whether it is painting schools ranging from impressionism to expressionism. more

Dungeon Canyon Eliott Porter

End frame: Dungeon Canyon, Glen Canyon by Eliot Porter

A collection of 80 images was first published in 1963 under the title “The Place No One Knew - Glen Canyon on the Colorado” as part of the Sierra Club’s Exhibit Format Series. more


Hal Gage

Being an artist has meant not steering my creativity to push an agenda. I think Ansel Adams had his internal turmoil about keeping his motives pure: even after becoming a de facto spokesman for the Sierra Club where he lobbied Congress on environmental matters more


Celebrating Wilderness Photographer Philip Hyde

Although the photographic world has changed dramatically since Phil was pioneering conservation photography, the great need for vigilance, activism and the sharing of our photographs to inspire others has not. more


William Neill – Retrospective

William Neill is no stranger to On Landscape, most notably because he runs his own On Landscape column for Outdoor Photographer, but also as we’ve reviewed a few of his e-books previously. more


Larry Monczka and Kathleen Pickard

I came across their work last year and found it appealed on a number of levels.  They delight in finding the beauty in small things that are easily overlooked. more


Deborah Hughes

This issue we're interviewing Deborah Hughs, a photographer from La Sal, Utah (Near Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Hovenweep and Natural Bridges National Monuments). Deborah is retired but is still busy with her garden, grandchildren, representing local charities and of course photography. Can you tell me a little about your education, childhood passions, early exposure to photography and vocation? My passion for photography has traveled a circuitous route. Growing up, my mother's brownie and my father's 8mm movie more


Sea Fever by David Baker

The result is an immersive book that really shows off the power of the images in David Baker's collection. more


Natural Affinities – Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams

Whilst there is an undoubted link between painting and photography, there are very few books combining landscape photography with landscape painting. more


Galen Rowell

Had he lived, Galen Rowell would by now be 70 years old. That his name still resonates down the years says much for the power of his art. more


Sierra Nevada – Galen Rowell

This book covers Galen’s relationship with the area and, as well as a great biography, includes wonderful, high quality pictures covering his photography from 1968 to 2002 more


Mountain Light – Galen Rowell

Mountain Light is a celebration of Galen's pursuit of what he called 'Dynamic Landscapes' - landscape images that combined rapidly changing light conditions. more


Eliot Porter

Eliot Porter, born in 1901; the beginning of a century that would transform photography. more

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