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Photography Magazine

f11 Photography Magazine | January 2018

f11 Photography Magazine | January 2018

1st January 2018

Issue 72

Here we go into a New Year, the seventh of the f11 Photography Magazine and its predecessor, Chasing the Light.

Firstly, happy new year to all our f11 members – may 2018 bring you gorgeous light and uplifting photographic experiences. Meanwhile, here at DNP, we’ll continue to bring you more and more photography spanning the globe to inspire and inform, starting this month with my Behind the Lens feature from Berlin, where I’ve been photographing some of the more pertinent historical locations the city is littered with. Also in this issue, I continue the series deconstructing my digital workflow by examining the process of exporting the finished image to the Master Library.

The Low Down this month assesses the pros and cons of Adobe’s new cloud-based photography service and examines the impact it will have on all our workflows with an accompanying Video Tutorial. There’s another Post-Production Video Tutorial on focus stacking, and a whimsical Stepping Back on the high and the lows of a decade of running photographic workshops. Meanwhile, f11 member Rob Cronk is droning on whilst examining the ups and downs (sorry!) of aerial drone photography, and Ross Hoddinott pontificates on the changes he’s observed in the world of professional photography during his career so far. Our guest feature this month interviews Deborah Parkin – a photographer with a truly unique style and approach. And, of course, there are your images in the Members' Gallery. 

Remember, this is your magazine. We want to hear from you with your ideas for what you’d like to see in future editions, and we want to feature your images in the Members' Gallery. Meanwhile, enjoy, and keep exposing.

David Noton is a Canon Ambassador
and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society

David Noton: 1st Jan 2018 12:00:00

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