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Shasta-Trinity National Park, California, USA


Landscape photograph of Shasta-Trinity National Park, USA, captured by Landscape Photography Magazine reader Serisha Nagothu.

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Your iPhone Shot


You can now send us your iPhone shots to be published in Landscape Photography Magazine. Not just iPhone shots but shots from any mobile device.

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Behind The Scene


Publish your picture in Landscape Photography Magazine, share the ‘behind the scene’ story of the picture and, at the same time, earn $50 in cash.

Publishing Your Own Book


Many landscape photographers consider publishing a book of their images, but where do you start? Deborah Hughes has put together a comprehensive guide

The World of Books


From enthusiasts to pros, many photographers dream of seeing their book in many bookstores. Is this difficult to achieve? Beata Moore shares her experiences

Grads vs Multiple Exposures


What is the best way of capturing beautiful images? Do you aim for a proper exposure in camera, or do you shoot multiple exposures and blend later?

Gear Test • Backpack Review


Keith Briley tests seven different backpacks on location and shares his thoughts on how each one performed for a landscape photographer

The ‘Never Give Up’ Attitude


A ‘never give up’ attitude is something that all landscape photographers should have or wish to inherit, says Nigel Turner

Book Review: One Planet


One Planet is simply a collection of good travel photographs from around the world. David Hay asks, can it guide us through our next holiday adventure?



If mystery in photography is one of the best recompenses to be provided to the observer, it rewards the artist who creates it even more

How Much Is Too Much?


How can photographer artists express themselves without being heavily criticised? How much is too much? Dimitri Vasileiou has the story.

The Dying Town


Medieval hill towns are one of the most recognisable features of the Italian landscape. But the natural forces that shape it can be a town’s greatest threat