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Photography Magazine

December 2019 - Up Cerne

Published on: 3rd December 2019
By David Noton Photography

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Minterne Magna on a frosty autumnal morning, Dorset, England. Canon 5DS R, 24-70mm lens at 63mm, 0.6 sec at f/11, ISO 100, Lee 100 polarising filter and 0.6 ND grad (medium), TripodMinterne Magna on a frosty autumnal morning, Dorset, England. Canon 5DS R, 24-70mm lens at 63mm, 0.6 sec at f/11, ISO 100, Lee 100 polarising filter and 0.6 ND grad (medium), Tripod

Driving up a muddy, rutted lane the view down the valley gradually reveals itself. A minute later m hustling through a field tripod on my shoulder as my excitement mounts. This is looking good - a touch of frost, a trace of mist, and the very last of the autumn colours, not to mention the beautiful rolling Dorset countryside with a Manor House nestled within. I think I made the right decision after all. This game of photography is all about such decisions. Sometimes I get it right, very often I don't, but experience, and local knowledge, helps. And when I get it wrong I try to be philosophical; it's all part of the learning process. And believe me, I may have been doing this for forty years, but the learning never stops.

As autumn fades into winter, the December issue of the f11 Photography Magazine is now Live. In this month's Behind the Lens Wendy Noton and I explore the environs of Quebec's oldest settlement; Tadoussac, where the Saguenay Fjord meets the St Lawrence River. The mighty St Lawrence, one of the world's great river systems, also provides the backdrop to this month's Video Blog as our Quebecois adventure continues.

Back here in Dorset the autumn colours are lingering on into December, as I discover as I deconstruct a shoot to capture them in How It's Done, with two accompanying Post-Production Videos, while my Opinion column wonders how many filters we really need. Sticking with filters Guest Columnist Ross Hoddinott extolls the virtues of polarisers, while our Guest Feature is on Danny Green, one of my favourite wildlife photographers. His work is amazing, I m sure you'll agree. And finally, two lighthouses, a gannet and a rainbow feature in this month's Members' Gallery, along with our f11's reports and my constructive appraisal.

Not yet an f11 Member? Here's a video and a FREE sample edition -- explaining what it's all about and here's FREE sample edition for you to peruse. The f11 Photography Magazine is published monthly exclusively for our f11 Members. It takes just a minute to sign up to f11 membership, so you can enjoy a wealth of inspiration and information throughout the year. Every f11 Member is entitled to exclusive access to all back issues, videos and eBooks

Just in case you missed it last month, earlier this year I published my limited edition photobook, Home Patch - it was a labour of love. Only 50 will ever be printed and is available to purchase exclusively to f11 Members.

A spread from 'Home Patch'A spread from 'Home Patch'

We spend our lives looking at screens, but you can't beat a big, beautiful print on your wall at home. All the images in the galleries on the David Noton Photography Website or in the f11 Photography Magazine are available as fine art prints, any size you like, mounted, framed or rolled. Just tell us what you want, we'll give you a price and make it happen.

I would imagine a fair few of you will be perusing this issue over the festive season, in which case - a very 'Merry Christmas' gift certificate to cover the gift of a full year's f11 Membership, which includes an annual subscription to the f11 Photography Magazine, access to all back issues and the download of my three eBooks.

Keep exposing!


David Noton is a Canon Ambassador
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f11 Photography Magazine | December 2019

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Issue: 95

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Every month we publish an issue of our unique magazine Chasing the Light exclusively for f11 members. With features from behind the lens and on the road with David Noton it combines stunning photography with David's unique style of writing. Technical features, humorous anecdotes, travel notes, a member's gallery, news and the stories behind the pictures make it an entertaining, informative and inspirational monthly read and information resource for all who love photography and travel. All this for less than the price of a coffee and a biscuit a month. F11 members can also download other exclusive content such as Despatches+ and video blogs for free as they become available.

As autumn fades into winter our December Issue hangs onto to the last colour of the year, with a touch of frost thrown in....