Chasing the Light eZine Issue #33

October 2, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | General | 0 Comments |
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Issue 33 of David Noton's Chasing the Light online magazine is now available. In this month's Video Blog, David reminisces on the glorious summer he has spent photographing his home patch of Dorset. He also concludes his Low Down mini series on printing, first by considering our options for hanging prints, and then by testing a range of papers and feeding through his results to reach some conclusions on the best paper choice for the job.  In The Storyteller, Chris Weston finishes off his two-part Bear Necessities series by contemplating the challenge he set himself when he embarked on his latest trip to the Katmai peninsula  Do note that the full contents of the magazine is available to full f11 subscribers only. Non-members can purchase individual issues of the magazine at a price of £4.20.

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Issue 33 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.

In this month’s Video Blog, David Noton reminisces on the glorious summer he has spent photographing his home patch of Dorset. Then he concludes his Low Down mini series on printing, first by considering our options for hanging prints, and then by testing a range of papers and feeding through his results to reach some conclusions on the best paper choice for the job. This month David ‘Steps Back’ in time to 1,628 BC and the cataclysmic eruption that created the island of Thera, then fast-forwards to contemplate his photo shoots on the same island, now named Santorini, in the 80s and 90s. As ever, he has also created two Post Production Video Tutorials to assist your own post-production technique.

In The Storyteller, Chris Weston concludes his two-part Bear Necessities series by contemplating the challenge he set himself when he embarked on his latest trip to the Katmai peninsula, namely shooting something different, and how he has employed mindfulness to achieve this. And in contrast to the last edition’s piece about his home patch, this month Ross Hoddinott continues his Hangout series by writing about his inaugural visit to the Tatras in Slovakia in 2012, a stunning mountain range with some photo location gems that Ross shares with us here.

How It’s Done comes with a health warning for those that suffer from vertigo: Alex Buisse returns to describe how he shot his jaw-dropping shot of world-class rock climbers on Paciencia, the hardest route on the Eiger’s north face. This month we also welcome back Rod Edwards, as he shares with us his thoughts on lighting portrait shots, along with some useful tips for Photoshop adjustments. And for our Guest Feature, we’re delighted to welcome into the fold renowned underwater photographer Mario Vitalini, as he introduces us to a whole new world of photo opportunity under the waves of the world’s greatest oceans and seas.

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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