Landscape Photograph of the Year
cakaltm at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 13:07:14 EDT 2009
Almost every one did capture some great light. I wouldn't classify
the runner photograph as a landscape, just my opinion, though it was a
powerful image, and I hated the shopping cart photo, though it was
strong, it simply was not to my tastes. I did very much enjoy the
images that were of the pristine views, which is generally what many
landscape photographers aim at capturing.
My favorite was of Rannoch Moor, the flat light gives it a
tapestry/painted feeling to it. It's the one that makes me look
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:47 AM, Bob W <pdml at web-options.com> wrote:
>> > Specifically British landscapes:
>> > http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/8314105.stm
>> What does it say about me that I disliked most (but not all)
>> of those images?
>> Especially the first one!
>> I did like the image with the runners... and the snowy valley in W.
>> Yorkshire, though.
> They do mostly conform to a rather ordinary and unimaginative type of
> British landscape photo.
> A very interesting and well-thought-of British landscape photographer that I
> like is Jem Southam. Some people find his work a bit difficult.
> The snowy valley is Hebden Bridge, a town I know quite well. One of my best
> friends lives there, and it is where the Magnum photographer Martin Parr
> first made a name for himself. Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath also lived
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