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MEDIUM FORMAT PICTURE OF THE WEEK

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In Silvam Sciryuda study #11, Sherwood Forest UK 2017
In Silvam Sciryuda study #11, Sherwood Forest UK 2018, Hasselblad 503CW f16 1/4s no filter 80mm, Kodak TMax400
In Silvam Sciryuda study #11, Sherwood Forest UK 2018, Hasselblad 503CW f16 1/4s no filter 80mm, Kodak TMax400
 

Picture from an ongoing project called In Silvam Sciryuda.

I love this angle of view. I have realized that there are views which can be surprising when you look up. 

More about this project is here

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Checking the (Plug) holes

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Ladybower reservoir plughole , Fujifilm X-Pro-1

Exploring one of the most famous photo locations in the Peak District

Checking the (Plug)holes

Spillways of the Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire locally known as “plugholes” ejecting a huge amount of excess water after heavy rains. This place is quite famous and has become a photographers’ paradise.There are many pictures of the “plugholes” on the net, but I wanted to photograph the plugholes myself.

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Quote of the week – Galen Rowell

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National Geographic Picture of Galen Rowell standing on the Chang Tang Plateau of Tibet
Picture of Galen Rowell standing on the Chang Tang Plateau of Tibet

I began to realize that the camera sees the world differently than the human eye and that sometimes those differences can make a photograph more powerful than what you actually observed.

Galen Rowell

Previous QOTW is here

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Photographer’s Library : Galen Rowell

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Photographer’s Library: Galen Rowell

I’m not entirely sure where to start with this one. This will be a multiple review, as I do own quite a few (5) of Galen Rowell’s books.

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MEDIUM FORMAT PICTURE OF THE WEEK

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Ramshaw Rocks Sunrise, Peak District UK 2017
Ramshaw Rocks Sunrise, Peak District UK 2017, Hasselblad 503CW f16 1/4s +0.9ND Lee 50mm, Kodak Ektar 100
Ramshaw Rocks Sunrise, Peak District UK 2017, Hasselblad 503CW f16 1/4s +0.9ND Lee 50mm, Kodak Ektar 100

Ramshaw Rocks Sunrise.

One of those sunrises which I will remember forever. Almost like a painting by some Dutch painter….

Kodak Ektar never stops to amaze me, It’s mine “go to ” negative film for sure.

Previous Picture of the week.

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An evening with John Blakemore

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John Blakemore talk, Nottingham , iPhone 6plus

An evening with John Blakemore

An evening with John Blakemore was organized by Photo Parlour and Real creative futures.  This talk was something not to be missed and I was looking forward to it very much.

Last photo talk I attended was probably this one. And that was long long time ago…

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Photographer’s library – Masters of Landscape Photography

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Masters of Landscape Photography

Photographer’s library – Masters of Landscape Photography

First published 2017 by Ammonite Press

This book came to me as a very nice surprise. I get it for Christmas.

Nicely presented, this book brings together work of 16 of the world’s leading landscape photographers. (more…)

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Walk on the wild side

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Exploring the landscapes in central Snowdonia

Although I’ve been to Snowdonia many times before, I have never visited landscape around Blaenau Ffestiniog. The main goal of the trip was walking around Stwlan Dam and disused slate mines. This part of Wales is known worldwide for the slate and disused mines are pretty much everywhere. 

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