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The 12th issue of the online Landscape Photography Magazine is out now. This edition offers inspirational articles by Jack Graham, Mike Bell, Simon Watkinson, Jan Herremans, John Clark, Dimitri Vasiliou and David Hay. The magazine also features an interview with John Chapple and some exceptional landscape photography sent in by the readers. Note that the full contents of Landscape Photography Magazine are available to subscribers only. The annual subscription is £6.00/$9.50.
Landscape Photography Magazine Press Release
Landscape Photography magazine
Issue 12 of landscape photography magazine is out now.
A great variety of new articles and tutorials, as well as an interview with John Chapple are included in this issue. They will be of help not only to intermediate and advanced photographers but also all those who are in their first steps in landscape photography.
We are promoting imagery from landscape photographers worldwide. We are also showcasing some spectacular landscape locations in great detail for all to visit.
It makes no difference if you are using a large format or a compact camera, the magazine welcomes everyone the same way. We are here to help each other improve and make sure that Landscape Photography will be here for ever and remain one of the best and most inspirational genres in photography.
Jack Graham explains how to focus on the unconventional, Mike Bell tells us how to choose lenses for landscape photography, Simon Watkinson takes us on a tour to Mustang in Nepal and Jan Herremans guides us through Sossusvlei. Nightcliff in Northern Australia is where Jon Clark wants to take us and Dimitri explains all the “Beyond the obvious” things in landscape photography, while David Hay tells us when it is time to move on. Note that the full contents of Landscape Photography Magazine are available to subscribers only. The annual subscription is £6.00/$9.50.
And of course, some exceptional landscape photography sent in by our readers. These are just some of the subjects we are analysing in depth.
A magazine full of inspiration.