Issue 74 • April 2017

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Featured Artist • Derek Jecxz

Showcasing the superb portfolio of Derek Jecxz, an exceptional landscape and outdoor photographer and asking a handful of questions.

Doing Something Peter Cairns

Doing Something

Pictures of landscapes and nature can be beautiful, but can they also act for good? Peter Cairns discusses the Conservation Photographers movement

The Vortex by Ian Plant

The Vortex

Visual mass is an extremely important concept to be aware of when composing your images. Ian Plant explains what it is and how to use it to your advantage in your photographs

Monochromatic Processing 1

Monochromatic Processing

Black and white landscapes are more popular than ever, but can be difficult to do well when creating them in post-editing. David Hay offers some advice

A Photographer’s Life

Book Review: A Photographer’s Life

After a near-death experience, Jack Dykinga has written a new book which charts his photographic journey from hard news to remote desert landscapes.

Competition Time by Andy Brown

Competition Time

No matter what motivates your landscape photography, one of the biggest drivers in bettering your work comes through the response from a panel of judges…

Visualisation and Realisation by Rafael Rojas

Visualisation and Realisation

Visualisation is important to the photographer, but this can take various forms. Rafael Rojas explains how to approach this important technique

Photographic Memories

Photographic Memories

Do you spend hours creating the perfect images, only to put them in your portfolio and never look at them again? Adam Burton suggests taking time to revisit

The Intimate Landscape

The Intimate Landscape

Intimate Landscapes can be very difficult to capture, but get them right and you can really capture the essence of a scene, as Charlotte Gibb explains

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a landscape photographer’s paradise. Trevor Anderson shares some advice on how to make the most of the event…

Between the Notes

Between the Notes

By drawing parallels between music and photography, Alister Benn discusses the benefits of providing a fewer number of focal points in composition…