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Previous newsletter issues

02.18 – The photography definitions issue
Do words fail you? Fear no more, this handy collection ex-plain-s some obscure photography speak and makes it clear again.
01.18 – The 2017 review issue
2017 is over but not yet forgotten. To make it stay this way a bit longer, find here the year in review—through archived blog entries.
12.17 – The winter landscape photography issue
"Winter landscape" may not sound as exciting as, say, "summer beach", not to everybody, for sure. But if it does to you, there is much to discover outdoors in this time of the year, too. Dress warmly and come on outside!
11.17 – The art seascape issue
As November closes in, we take Ishmael's, of Moby Dick, advice and get to sea as soon as we can, led by some highly inspirational examples.
10.17 – The online security and Internet privacy issue
Being connected can have its downsides, too. The more time we spend online, the more tracks we leave there. These are being collected and evaluated to tell things about us which we wouldn't want to disclose. Be aware.
09.17 – The wildlife photography issue
No purchase necessary: Learn how to photograph wildlife for best possible results with your usual equipment.
08.17 – The Game of Thrones and Northern Ireland issue
Embark on a journey to Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland, and find out more about both the show and the country.
07.17 – The numbers issue
As numbers tend to dominate our everyday lives and dictate decisions we make, let's take a look on how they come about and what they really mean.
06.17 – The Photoshop basics issue
Join me as I scan my images and edit them in Photoshop, and learn some funny facts about the application while at it.
05.17 – The Norway issue
Follow me along the coast of the happiest country in the world, all the way around the North Cape to the Russian border—and back.
04.17 – The retro issue
This issue is about the past, the longing for it, and the ways to satisfy this longing.
03.17 – The marketing issue
This issue is about creating your brand and marketing your work, told by those who've been there and done exactly that.
02.17 – The travel issue
The issue's topic is finding your way on the Web, and in one, quite literally.

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