“On Landscape” Publishes Issues 51 and 52
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The 51st and 52nd issues of “On Landscape” magazine are now available for download. “On Landscape” is both a community and an editorial publication representing photographic styles from Ansel Adams to Andreas Gursky, Marc Adamus to Jem Southam, Eliot Porter to John Blakemore. January’s articles cover a wide variety of topics including the landscape of Morocco, variations in camera colour rendering, 3D photography, organising your images, an interview with Marc Adamus, and much more.
Website: On Landscape
“On Landscape” publishes issues 51 and 52 of its dedicated landscape photography magazine in January.
Published as a state of the art website and tablet oriented PDF, it gives nearly 200 pages of original content per month.
“On Landscape” is both a community and an editorial publication representing photographic styles from Ansel Adams to Andreas Gursky, Marc Adamus to Jem Southam, Eliot Porter to John Blakemore. Just over two years old they have built up quite a back catalogue of content, all accessible to subscribers.
Don’t take their word for it though, they’ve prepared a free demonstration PDF issue for you to download with articles on diffraction, post processing black and white, David Ward writing on communicating with photography and an interviews with Tasmanian photographer Chris Bell and British photographer Chris Tancock plus a couple of the usual editorial features.
Click here to download the free PDF
Although the premium articles are subscriber only there are regular articles that are completely free or free with an unpaid subscription. For example, here’s one of the most popular articles from 2012 comparing various film and digital cameras including 8x10 film and the jaw dropping IQ180.
Have a look at the previous issues for an overview of what they’ve been publishing..
In the meantime, here’s a list of January’s articles and don’t forget to visit the Facebook page for a chance to win a CamRanger!
Joe Cornish – Reader’s Questions Part Two
Marc Adamus Interview - Further, Higher Colder
The Sony RX100 Review
The Landscape of Morocco
Carbon to Carbon - David Chalmers Interview
Variations in Camera Colour Rendering
South Africa with Joe Cornish - Awaken the Dragon
Adding Real Depth - 3D Photography
Michael Kenna Exhibition Overview
Ansel Adams Exhibition
Samantha Gibbons - Featured Photographer
The Irish Light – Peter Cox
What’s in Your Bag? Bruce Cairns
The Coast – by Arena Photographers
Interview with Paul Mitchell about Coast
Nigel Clarke - Featured Photographer
Joe Cornish – Reader’s Questions Part 1
Get organised! Organising Your Images
Judge Dread - Camera Club Competitions
The Royal Landscape Photographer