With Landscape in Mind is a feature length documentary film that follows leading landscape photographer Joe Cornish on a photographic road trip across the north of England.
Joe makes a journey from coast to coast across the north of England tracing a path from the industrial mouth of the river Tees, through the stark and beautiful limestone scenery of the Yorkshire Dales, to the Lake District, arguably England’s most romantic and spectacular landscape. Along the way Joe reveals the aesthetic and physical challenges these beautiful landscapes offer a photographer.
Along the way Joe reveals the different technical and aesthetic challenges produced by each location, and shows how the constrasts between man’s activity and industry and the beauty of the landscape can be used to create great images.
The film can be enjoyed at many levels, not just the technical, and is a must have for anyone who enjoys the landscape of the north country
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