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Spring may not have sprung but we certainly have; this month’s OP kicks off with the hotly anticipated showcase of all the winning images from our Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition, and legendary explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison thrills us with tales from six decades of adventure, and some rediscovered black & white images.
Hans Strand keeps our excitement levels up as he goes to extremes in pursuit of a volcanic image in Iceland; a dalliance with compositional tension leads to a haunting image for Pete Bridgwood; and David Ward explains why photographers should trust in their vision to create lasting shots. Meanwhile, recently graduated fine art photographer Jono Renton reveals a captivating approach to landscape.
Laurie Campbell brings us some tips on shooting nocturnal subjects using flash, and we reveal some wildlife highlights for March, including top spots for boxing hares, worldwide nature spectacles and a great springtime walk. Steve Young documents the spellbinding courtship dance of great crested grebes, Cai Priestly investigates a potentially lethal threat to Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, and we look at what makes the fragile Arctic habitat so amazing.
See the world afresh and get closer to miniature subjects than ever before with expert Huub de Ward’s guide to microphotography. Find out how you can create your own post-processing haven with Pete Bridgwood’s tips on building a home print studio, and get to grips with the latest gear: Tracy Hallett puts Pentax’s ‘Outdoor SLR’, the K-30 through it’s paces and Judy Armstrong investigates the best soft shell jackets.
Make the most of March with our locations guide, featuring spots in Derbyshire, Somerset, Cumbria, Leicestershire, Cornwall, Swansea, Pembrokeshire, Dorset, West Sussex, Kent, and the Isle of Mull.
As ever, we also bring you the latest news, reviews, exhibitions and events, our monthly photo competition results, and more.
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March 2013 Spring may not have sprung but we certainly have; this month’s OP kicks off with the hotly anticipated showcase of all the winning images from our Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition, and legendary explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison thrills us with tales from six decades of adventure, and some rediscovered black & white images. Hans Strand keeps our excitement levels up as he goes to extremes in pursuit of a volcanic image in Iceland; a dalliance with compositional tension leads to a haunting image for Pete Bridgwood; and David Ward explains why photographers should trust in their vision to create lasting shots. Meanwhile, recently graduated fine art photographer Jono Renton reveals a captivating approach to landscape. Laurie Campbell brings us some tips on shooting nocturnal subjects using flash, and we reveal some wildlife highlights for March, including top spots for boxing hares, worldwide nature spectacles and a great springtime walk. Steve Young documents the spellbinding courtship dance of great crested grebes, Cai Priestly investigates a potentially lethal threat to Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, and we look at what makes the fragile Arctic habitat so amazing. See the world afresh and get closer to miniature subjects than ever before with expert Huub de Ward’s guide to microphotography. Find out how you can create your own post-processing haven with Pete Bridgwood’s tips on building a home print studio, and get to grips with the latest gear: Tracy Hallett puts Pentax’s ‘Outdoor SLR’, the K-30 through it’s paces and Judy Armstrong investigates the best soft shell jackets. Make the most of March with our locations guide, featuring spots in Derbyshire, Somerset, Cumbria, Leicestershire, Cornwall, Swansea, Pembrokeshire, Dorset, West Sussex, Kent, and the Isle of Mull. As ever, we also bring you the latest news, reviews, exhibitions and events, our monthly photo competition results, and more.


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Spring may not have sprung but we certainly have; this month’s OP kicks off with the hotly anticipated showcase of all the winning images from our Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition, and legendary explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison thrills us with tales from six decades of adventure, and some rediscovered black & white images.
Hans Strand keeps our excitement levels up as he goes to extremes in pursuit of a volcanic image in Iceland; a dalliance with compositional tension leads to a haunting image for Pete Bridgwood; and David Ward explains why photographers should trust in their vision to create lasting shots. Meanwhile, recently graduated fine art photographer Jono Renton reveals a captivating approach to landscape.
Laurie Campbell brings us some tips on shooting nocturnal subjects using flash, and we reveal some wildlife highlights for March, including top spots for boxing hares, worldwide nature spectacles and a great springtime walk. Steve Young documents the spellbinding courtship dance of great crested grebes, Cai Priestly investigates a potentially lethal threat to Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, and we look at what makes the fragile Arctic habitat so amazing.
See the world afresh and get closer to miniature subjects than ever before with expert Huub de Ward’s guide to microphotography. Find out how you can create your own post-processing haven with Pete Bridgwood’s tips on building a home print studio, and get to grips with the latest gear: Tracy Hallett puts Pentax’s ‘Outdoor SLR’, the K-30 through it’s paces and Judy Armstrong investigates the best soft shell jackets.
Make the most of March with our locations guide, featuring spots in Derbyshire, Somerset, Cumbria, Leicestershire, Cornwall, Swansea, Pembrokeshire, Dorset, West Sussex, Kent, and the Isle of Mull.
As ever, we also bring you the latest news, reviews, exhibitions and events, our monthly photo competition results, and more.
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