f11 Photography Magazine | April 2019
1st April 2019
In this, Issue 87, we’ve something completely different for you; The Pentathlete. In the first instalment of a regular series I spend a day photographing the testing training regime of top Pentathlete Kate French to find out what it takes to be an Olympian. Meanwhile The Field Trial evaluates Canon’s latest full-frame mirrorless camera; the compact and lightweight EOS RP. What’s In A Picture? joins me on a low light shoot on the bridge that spawned London, while the altiplano of Bolivia inspires Wendy’s Wanderings with its extraordinary shapes, textures, colours and form.
Have you ever fancied making your own photo-book? If so, this month’s The Bizz will be of interest as I, with a little help from our f11 Members, investigate how we can publish our own DIY print-on-demand photography books. And on that subject, I introduce my new self-published limited-edition book; “Home Patch”, which is available exclusively to you, our f11 Members.
We’ve the usual two post-production videos, plus a Video Blog on a shoot it took four visits to nail at Lulworth Cove. This month’s f11 columnist Ross Hoddinott exudes on the advantages of building a wildlife haven in your own backyard, and in our thought provoking Guest Feature, Doug Chinnery opens up about a life changing event which has had profound effects on his photography. And finally, this month our f11 Members contribute poignant images from France, the USA, Iceland and the one-time capital of England in our Members' Gallery.
Enjoy, and don’t forget, this is your magazine, so do keep in touch.
David Noton is a Canon Ambassador
and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society
David Noton: 1st Apr 2019 12:00:00