Book Review: David Noton, Full Frame

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"It is relatively easy for an accomplished photographer to produce a book of the best photographs they have taken over the years. It is more of a challenge to start from scratch and to produce a book of all new photographs taken to a tight timescale, has David Noton pulled it off?"

David Noton made his reputation originally with 6x17cm panoramic landscape photographs, taken all around the world. When the digital revolution arrived and, consequentially, the income from stock photography declined, most stock photographers like him had to diversify into other areas, such as leading photography courses. David Noton, however, did something different. He started...

Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 20 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

Landscape photography course and workshop in Glencoe and Rannoch Moor at the Highlands of Scotland
Tilt and Shift Lens photography course and workshop in the Lake District
Long exposure photography workshop on the Moray coast of Scotland

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