Chasing the Light eZine Issue 28

May 1, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | General | 0 Comments |
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Issue 28 of David Noton’s Chasing the Light online magazine is now available. In this month’s edition, David takes his readers to Iceland, where he spent a few great weeks back in March. In Stepping Back, David recalls his foray into wildlife photography as he and Wendy worked their way across Kruger National Park, South Africa in 2008 in a Land Rover. From other contributors, David Taylor continues his Taylor Made series with an article examining the arguments for and against HDR, whilst for this month’s How It’s Done feature, renowned street photographer Ronya Galka returns to pen an intriguing piece on her recent commissioned shoot that took place the City of London. Please note that the full contents of Chasing the Light online magazine is available to f11 subscribers only. Non-members can purchase individual issues of the magazine at a price of £4.20.

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Issue 28 of David Noton’s Chasing the Light online magazine is out now.

Every month we publish an issue of our unique Chasing the Light online magazine, exclusively for our worldwide following of f11 members - sign up for a free trial (join here). With features from behind the lens and on the road with world-renowned landscape and travel photographer David Noton as well as a wealth of other contributors, it combines stunning photography of the most spectacular locations on earth with technical features, video tutorials and video blogs, humorous anecdotes, travel notes, a member's gallery and industry news. The stories behind the photos make it an entertaining, informative and inspirational monthly read, as well as an invaluable information resource for all who love landscapes, travel and photography.

In March David Noton spent a few great weeks in Iceland, and in this month’s installment of Behind the Lens and the accompanying Video Blog he shares with us goings-on of the first part of that trip, as the last few weeks of winter gripped this unique landscape. From wintery climes to warm ones: in Stepping Back, David recalls his foray into wildlife photography as he and Wendy worked their way across Kruger National Park, South Africa in 2008 in a Land Rover, a trip that bagged this incredibly effective shot of an elephant’s face and eye.

‘Being there, at the right place at the right time, is a fairly obvious fundamental requirement for photographic success. But where?’ In this month’s Low Down David analyses the key elements needed to plan a successful photo mission. And as well as his usual two Post-Production Videos, David also presents a Video Tutorial on working with a tilt-and-shift lens.

From other contributors, David Taylor continues his Taylor Made series with an article examining the arguments for and against HDR – accompanied by opinions from some rather opinionated photo pros! For this month’s How It’s Done feature, renowned street photographer Ronya Galka returns to pen an intriguing piece on her recent commissioned shoot that took place the City of London. And for this month’s Guest Feature we are delighted to welcome on board David Mayhew, as he introduces us to the adrenalin charged world of storm chasing in the USA, with some spectacular photo results.

Please note that the full contents of Chasing the Light online magazine is available to f11 subscribers only. Non-members can purchase individual issues of the magazine at a price of £4.20 by clicking any of the blue highlighted 'view this article' headings.

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Photo: David Noton



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