f11 Photography Magazine | December 2018
1st December 2018
In this, the last issue of 2018, we have you for you, our loyal f11 Members, a bumper edition, starting with my How it's Done feature on incorporating figures into landscapes. The Low Down continues to strive for print quality perfection by examining the role profiles play in colour management, while the Field Trial video considers the benefits of using a graphics tablet for photo editing. Continuing on the theme my two post-production videos pay particular attention to achieving subtlety in the digital darkroom. And there’s yet another video for you this month as I chase the light overlooking one of the most distinctive features on the Jurassic Coast; Chesil Beach. Meanwhile What’s In A Picture deconstructs a shoot in the most unusual light I have ever experienced at remote Tutshi Lake in Canada’s far north-west.
And then there’s our roll call of talented guest contributors, starting with wildlife photographer Neil McIntyre, who has made the animals of Scotland his life’s work. Here, he discusses with Ailsa McWhinnie what inspires – and frustrates – him. This month’s Guest Columnist is Angela Nicholson, who reflects (sorry!) on the relentless march to mirrorless. And then there’s Wendy’s Wanderings recalling a visit to the Forbidden Palace in Beijing. Last but not least are your pictures in the f11 Members' Gallery with more highlights from this year’s Your Vision.
More inspiration, more practical information to help you enjoy and improve your own photography. Don’t forget there’s the Search f11 button at the top of this and every page to help you make the most of all those back issues. And finally, from the f11 Team here, we hope you’ll have the merriest of Christmases.
David Noton is a Canon Ambassador
and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society
David Noton: 1st Dec 2018 12:00:00