A week in pho­tog­ra­phy

Amateur Photographer - - 7 Days -

In our in­creas­ingly ar­ti­fi­cial world, there is some­thing restora­tive about get­ting out in the fresh air and en­gag­ing with our open spa­ces – ar­rang­ing them into pleas­ing com­po­si­tions that con­vey to the viewer the feel­ings we felt be­ing there. Bri­tain may be small but it is ge­o­graph­i­cally di­verse, the weather is ever chang­ing, and it has been en­hanced over the cen­turies with pho­to­genic towns and cities, churches, cas­tles and stately homes, of­fer­ing an in­fi­nite va­ri­ety of sub­jects. And of course Bri­tain is just a tiny part of this beau­ti­ful planet that we live on. Any­one can take a snap of a nice view, but this week’s spe­cial land­scape is­sue is ded­i­cated to show­cas­ing the most in­spi­ra­tional pho­tographs, and shar­ing the ad­vice and skills of the pho­tog­ra­phers who made them. Nigel Ather­ton, Ed­i­tor

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