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End frame: Sea Mist, Iceland by Tim Rudman
Rob Friel chooses one of his favourite images
Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios
Alexander McIntosh Weir, Christine Lavanchy, Ivan Di Marco & Xavier Arnau Bofarull
Social Media and Photography
A Pause for Thought
Fotospeed’s Foto Fest South
A day of photography inspiration & a celebration of the printed image
Featured Photographer
Niall Benvie
Perceiving landscapes in Two-dimensions
Reader's Questions
Giants of the Mystic forest
The Californian Redwood Forest
Viewpoint Editor’s Letter editor@onlandscape.co.uk
Tim Parkin

A lot of people thought the day would never come but finally, both Nikon and Canon have entered the mirrorless world. As usual, the first thing that everybody did was complain. “The lenses are too heavy!”, “There’s only one card slot!”, “It’s the same sensor we’ve already seen!”, “Way too expensive!”. It’s as if everybody was expecting the companies to make something other than their usual incremental upgrades for a product that will mostly cannibalise existing customers. The fact is that it’s just another product that fits in with the rest of the manufacturer’s range. If you have a bunch of Nikon or Canon glass, it might be just the thing, however, it won’t affect your images, it won’t really make your camera bag that much lighter and it won’t be less expensive. In other words, it’s just another product release.

If you’re interested in photography rather than photographic tools though, we’ve just set up an Autumnal discount code for a weekend ticket at our Meeting of Minds conference. Just go to the payment page and enter ‘autumnspecial’ in the coupon field and you’ll get 15% off. The offer is only available until the 20th September though so put a reminder in your diary!

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Tim Parkin

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Issue 166 PDF

A lot of people thought the day would never come but finally, both Nikon and Canon have entered the mirrorless world. As usual, the first thing that everybody did was complain. more

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End frame: Sea Mist, Iceland by Tim Rudman

Many excellent photographers have developed compelling bodies of work with Iceland as the sources of their inspiration. But the work I keep returning to is that of the master monochrome printer, Tim Rudman. more

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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

Our 4x4 feature is a set of 4 photography portfolios from our subscribers: Alexander McIntosh Weir, Christine Lavanchy, Ivan Di Marco & Xavier Arnau Bofarull more

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Social Media and Photography

Are vloggers marching towards us like an army of the undead, insatiably overwhelming all those who dare not to join their horde? more

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Fotospeed’s Foto Fest South

This September, Fotospeed’s Foto Fest South is returning for the third year running, bringing together 4 of Britain’s best photographers and big name brands for a day of photography inspiration and a celebration of the printed image more

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Featured Photographer

Our lives are circumscribed in so many ways. Photography offers us complete freedom so why impose boundaries on ourselves when all they do is to provide an excuse to keep on doing the same old thing? more

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Perceiving landscapes in Two-dimensions

I am a researcher at Edinburgh Napier University studying the intuitive practices of a landscape photographer and I hope that On Landscape photographers may be able to help me. more

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Giants of the Mystic forest

It’s a place that calms the mind, heals the soul and instils humility in those who walk into it. Walking among the giants makes you realise how tiny you and your problems are. more

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