Chasing the Light Issue 31

August 4, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | General | 0 Comments |
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Issue 31 of David Noton’s Chasing the Light Online Magazine is now available to purchase. This month David continues his French theme in his Behind the Lens article and accompanying Video Blog with his account of ar wonderful photo trip to France in May. The Low Down continues with Part Two of an article trio on the important topic of Do-It-Yourself Printing, whilst Ross Hoddinott carries on with his Hoddinott’s Hangout column with a personal exploration of the joys of shooting insects close up, including plenty of advice on equipment, technique and approach. Meanwhile Chris Weston provides the next installment of The Storyteller, this time providing a set of a dozen projects and challenges to give you inspiration to get out and about with your camera. Do note that the full contents of Chasing the Light Online Magazine is available to full f11 subscribers only. However non-members can purchase individual issues of the magazine at a price of £4.20.

Davidnoton.com Press Release

Issue 31 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 for our global following of f11 members - sign up for membership here, or non-members can purchase a single edition of our magazine here.

With features from behind the lens of world-class landscape and travel photographer David Noton, plus a wealth of other renowned contributors including Ross Hoddinott and Chris Weston, it combines stunning photography of the most spectacular locations and wildlife on Earth with inspirational and technical features, video tutorials and video blogs, a member's gallery and industry news. The stories behind the photos make it an entertaining and inspirational monthly read, as well as an invaluable source of information and tuition for all who love our beautiful planet and photography.

This month David Noton continues his French theme in his Behind the Lens article and accompanying Video Blog: join him and Wendy on their wonderful photo trip to France in May, as they explore the idyllic countryside of the Dordogne, revealing David’s approach to location finding and shooting in this inspirational area. The Low Down continues with Part Two of an article trio on the important topic of Do-It-Yourself Printing; and we also have our usual two Post Production Video Tutorials, which continue to be firm favourites amongst our readers.

From our trusty band of contributors, Ross Hoddinott continues his Hoddinott’s Hangout column with a personal exploration of the joys of shooting insects close up, including plenty of advice on equipment, technique and approach so you can have a go yourself. Meanwhile Chris Weston provides the next installment of The Storyteller, this time providing a set of a dozen projects and challenges to give you inspiration to get out and about with your camera. In the final article of his Taylor Made series, David Taylor writes a cathartic confessional on the various mistakes he has made over the years as a professional photographer – read and learn!

This month we're delighted to welcome sky and storm photographer David Mayhew back to the fold to contribute our How It's Done article, as he recounts the story behind his breathtaking shot of a barnyard scene with a stormy backdrop in Colorado. And we're also absolutely thrilled to welcome onboard renowned photographer and filmmaker Clive Booth, who writes the Guest Feature about shooting a casual portrait at Photokina, exploring the approaches and techniques he uses to create his expressive, naturally lit pieces. Finally, I get brave and ask some of our contributors to reveal their pet photographic hates, which it transpires cover a wide gamut of subjects!

Please note that the full contents of Chasing the Light Online Magazine is available to full f11 subscribers only. However 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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