The New Tradition is a book in production outlining Peter Eastway's approach to landscape photography. It begins with his earlier work in the darkroom and follows his transition into Photoshop and digital techniques. His argument? That with Photoshop we have a new tradition in landscape photography. While lovers and stalwarts of the Ansel Adams approach should never change, in time a new generation will look back on photographers at the turn of the century and their approach to landscape photography. Hopefully it will share a similar acknowledgement for being creative and inspirational, long after the debate about 'Is it real' is forgotten.