f11 Photography Magazine | February 2014
1st March 2014
Welcome to February 2014’s edition of Chasing the Light Online Magazine for our f11 Members.
This is the Second Anniversary of the launch of our magazine, and to mark this rather special occasion we’ve got a bumper edition in store for you…
First up, we’re introducing a new direction for our Behind the Lens series. From now on we’ll occasionally run a ‘Four Days In…’ special, in which David will visit a unique city location and spend four days sampling the photo delights there. To that end, in early December David visited Prague and in this month’s Behind the Lens article and Video Blog he shares with us his four-day adventure in this beautiful city.
In Seeing the Light, David continues writing about his latest passion for ‘shooting stars’, including a whistle-stop tour of the heavens. In this month’s Stepping Back we are transported to the breath-taking Milford Sound in New Zealand, as David recalls his trip there in 1999 and the benefits of returning to re-work a location. And there are David’s usual two post-production Video Tutorials.
Lucie Debelkova has contributed this month’s How It’s Done, describing how she captured her inspirational shot of the Rock Arch in Wadi Rum. In The Bizz, I present an Opinion piece on whether we are really witnessing the Death of Photography, with contributions from various pros. And for our Guest Feature, renowned landscape photographer David Taylor explains the role his place of birth – Northumberland, UK – has played in his photographic journey.
We are also thrilled to commemorate the Second Anniversary of the launch of our magazine by announcing the Winners of David Noton’s Your Vision photographic competition. The winning and highly commended images are displayed in this month’s Members' Gallery Special Edition, along with comments on each from both the Photographer and Judges.
To all our f11 Members, we hope you’re enjoying our magazine, but we need your pictures. If you fancy being featured in the Member’s Gallery, please send us an email with three low-res jpegs and the story from behind the lens; we’ll look forward to hearing from you.
Freya Dangerfield: 1st Mar 2014 12:00:00