f11 Photography Magazine | March 2018
28th February 2018
In issue 74 of f11, we have on the menu for you, our loyal f11 members, a rich mixture of features. What’s In A Picture is all about my chasing of the super blue blood moon on the last day of January; a challenging but exciting shoot which is accompanied by a postproduction video. My Opinion piece in this issue looks at how artificial intelligence is changing how images are captured and processed, and what the repercussions will be for us photographers. Stepping Back journeys to Cuba back when I was still shooting film, while the Workflow series continues deconstructing my digital workflow by highlighting how assigning applicable keywords transforms the functionality of our photo library, with an accompanying postproduction video. This month’s f11 Spotlight tells Afghan veteran Chris Nowell’s inspirational story of how his photography is his therapy, while Ben Pipe reports from the Balkans. And this month’s Guest Feature is nothing if not topical; Canadian photographer Nathalie Daoust talks to Ailsa McWhinnie about the project that led her into one of the world’s most notorious and mystifying countries – North Korea. You can’t say we don’t take you to some interesting places! But let’s not forget your images in this month’s f11 Members’ Gallery, featuring dogs, ducks, and drones.
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. Just send us your pictures with the story behind them and we’ll take it from there. Meanwhile, enjoy, and keep exposing.
David Noton is a Canon Ambassador
and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society
David Noton: 28th Feb 2018 12:00:00