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Photography Magazine

f11 Photography Magazine | May 2017

f11 Photography Magazine | May 2017

1st May 2017

Issue 64

Welcome to May 2017’s Chasing the Light Online Photography Magazine for our f11 Members.

This issue of features the final parts of David and Wendy’s extraordinary trip to Argentina, which I for one have enjoyed immensely. As if David’s photography of the region is not enough, his descriptions of juicy steak, glasses of Malbec and hearty breakfasts make me want to down tools and head to Buenos Aries immediately. I hope you enjoy reading about his adventures as much as I have.

This month also sees some great advice from our regular contributors. Toby Adamson talks about the importance of time management in travel photography, and engineering your own luck. While Ross Hoddinott lays down the law with his rules governing photographers’ etiquette, which aim to make the world a nicer place for everyone.

And I’ve been busy with my camera too, traipsing up hills with David in his native Dorset countryside to admire some of the local views. I don’t normally shoot landscapes (portraits are usually more my thing), but David’s advice took me from fish-out-of-water to can’t-wait-to-do-that-again in the space of a few hours. See how I performed in Editor at Large.

I hope you enjoy the issue!

See you next month.

Chasing the Light Photography Magazine Editor

To all our f11 Members, we hope you’re continuing to enjoy our magazine.  If you’d like any of your images to be featured in the Members' Gallery column please send an email to with your low-res jpegs and the story from behind the lens for each. 

Ian Farrell: 1st May 2017 12:00:00

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