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First look at the Canon 5D MKIV
Get creative with new skills – cutting edge camera and editing techniques to breathe new life into your landscapes
Learn how to shoot the perfect panorama – make the most of epic scenes.
Have your images been stolen? How to avoid a photographer’s worst nightmare
Capture your best ever family pics – from newborns to teenagers to grandparents
“I want to make art from food” – Meet the man making photos good enough to eat
Inspiring techniques and stunning images – dehaze underwater photos, convert to mono the free way, add a retro twist to landscapes, pro-lighting tips revealed and easy 30 minute ideas to shoot today
As summer gently fades away, there can be no better compensation than the anticipation of autumn in all its glorious colours. LandScape’s September/October issue celebrates both the season’s stunning beauty and its rich pickings. We learn of a labour-saving way to grow and harvest vegetables, and visit an apple orchard reinvigorated after years of neglect. Vibrantly-hued flowers fill the beds in a walled garden, ready to be cut for romantic bouquets.
There’s an opportunity to use a glut of produce to make chutneys to enjoy all season, and recipes to enhance the rich, deep flavour of duck. For a sweet treat, quick and easy tray bakes are ideal for dipping into.
We marvel at the natural grandeur of the historic Esk Valley and walk an 18th century pathway to an oak tree, the last remnant of a forest immortalised in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Country traditions are preserved with a lime plasterer using age-old techniques and a farmer’s pride in his vintage tractor. On the rugged Cornish coast, we meet an artist who races the tides in her quest to paint at the rock face.