f11 Photography Magazine | September 2017
1st September 2017
Yet another issue of the new look f11 Photography Magazine goes Live. We continue to beaver away this summer; the back issues of the old Chasing the Light Online Magazine are steadily being added as we continue to publish new ones. This month we have for you David Noton’s Behind the Lens feature on the shoots that made up his Summer of ’17, from wind-blown hill tops to sojourns under the stars. His Milky Way shoot on the Jurassic Coast is also deconstructed from planning to output in this month’s How it’s Done feature and accompanying Post-Production Videos.
Meanwhile Bas Meelker gets in on the act of summer shooting in the Netherlands, while Ben Pipe is in Puglia and Jeremy Flint reports from China. Ross Hoddinott reflects on the highs and the lows of his photographic career so far, and Richard Fox continues his Low Down series on predicting the weather, this month concentrating on the holy grail of landscape photography conditions; mist. David also recalls a damp dusk shoot in Cambridge, continues his deconstruction of The Workflow with a video on how best to view our images, and there’s his Video Field Trial on the search for the perfect camera bag.
Twelve features and photography spanning the globe to inspire and inform, as usual. We aim to mix up the practical with the inspirational every month, but we want to hear from you, our constantly growing band of f11 Members, with your suggestions as to what you’d like to see in the coming months. But there’s one thing missing this month; your images in the f11 Member’s Gallery. We suspect you’ve all been lazing on a beach because we’ve just not been receiving your images. If you do want constructive appraisal of your creative efforts you know what to do. And remember; this is your magazine. If you’re an f11 Member doing something photographically special and unique, we want to hear from you. You could end up as the subject of the next Guest Feature, just as f11 Member Jeremy Flint did this month. Whether you’re a budding enthusiast or seasoned veteran we don’t care; it’s the pictures alone that matter.
And finally to all our new f11 Members; welcome aboard. It’s going to be some voyage.
The f11 Team
David Noton: 1st Sep 2017 11:00:00