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A 400 Page Large Format Book by the late Michael Reichmann You can order here, just in time for the holidays: https://luminous-landscape.store/ I am pleased to announce our new offer of my father Michael Reichmann’s 20 year retrospective book! About: Published August 1, 2014, this large format, cloth bound, hard-cover book has 400 pages, containing 380 [Read More]
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28 years ago this fall, Apple released the first Mac PowerBooks. They weren’t actually the first portable Macs. Outbound Systems and a couple of other companies had made portable computers that required the ROM chips from a Mac in order to run. Apple themselves had previously released the Macintosh Portable – a 16 lb, $7300 [Read More]
Costa Rica is truly a photographer’s dream come true – whether it’s the beaches, volcanoes, rivers, jungles or the exotic flora & fauna – Costa Rica has it all with some of the friendliest people I’ve ever met. There are only a handful of destinations around the world where the prospect of animal interaction is [Read More]
In this follow-up to our piece on Sean Tamblyn’s Georgian Bay photography, we take a look at the opportunity Sean had to document the end of NASA’s space shuttle program, which first got him interested in remote camera work. Enjoy! Nick Taylor December 2019
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The nexus where the photographic, the photograph, design, and art meet, might look something like Marcus Cederberg’s images. I spent much of my youth traveling to see my grandparents in West Palm Beach, Florida. The art deco, the pastels, and the sun-baked flatness of it all left indelible impressions on me as a child. Perhaps [Read More]
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The root of joy is gratefulness. It is not Joy that makes us grateful; it is gratitude that makes us joyful. – Unknown Two months ago Irene and I had our second daughter Sol Reichmann. We are feeling grateful for a lot right now, especially chances to sleep. On behalf of Irene and I and [Read More]
Batteries, Power and Workflow, Oh My – Part 1 of a series of short reviews of photographic accessories.
Note: Most of the equipment in this article was supplied for review purposes by manufacturers or distributors. Much of it will receive fuller reviews in the future, or appear in reviews of other equipment. Most photographers enjoy a good photographic gadget, and most of us think we don’t have enough of them, even if we [Read More]
A week after I thought there were no more cameras coming for the year (except possibly for an irrelevant Leica SL2), the surprising Leica SL2 arrived. What surprised me isn’t that an SL2 came, but that it isn’t irrelevant. Until it actually arrived, it was broadly assumed that the SL2 would be essentially a Panasonic [Read More]
Expert West Coast Photographic Printmaker to Liquidate His Entire Inventory of Rare and Prized Color Prints
Ctein is a friend to The Luminous Landscape, and the subject of various interviews and tutorials on the site. He is selling his astounding archive of work. This site and its founder has long supported Ctein’s work, and so it only fits that we bring you the details of the sale. Below are the official [Read More]
There have been many breathless articles in the technology press lately about how the Sony A7r IV is the “best camera for this or that purpose”, due primarily to its resolution – often without really looking at anything else about it. While I have not personally used an A7r IV yet, reports from actual users [Read More]
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