Keith Briley rounds up the best filters on the market from a selection of brands and puts them through their paces.
Are you looking for a unique new way to display your landscape photographs? Keith Briley gets to grips with a 3D Art Wall from Avenue Artwork.
A quality tripod and ball head are necessary to a landscape photographer. Keith Briley puts the Giottos YTL 8314 Tripod & MH 1300-657 Ball Head to the test.
Keith Briley has never felt inclined to use a camera strap, until the Black Rapid Yeti landed on his doorstep. Here is his review of the Yeti.
The Schneider PC-TS Super-Angulon 4.5 / 28 HM Aspheric lens is not for the feint-hearted. Keith Briley puts it to the test, here’s his review.
We asked Keith Briley to run a field test of the Vanguard VEO 37 Shoulder Bag, here are his observations.
We asked Keith Briley to run a field test of the Vanguard VEO 235AB Travel Tripod, here are his observations.
We wanted to run an overall review on the new Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L II lens. We asked Mike Bell to run the review, here are his findings.
We wanted to run a test of the Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM lens and see how it performs. We asked Mark Bauer to run the test, here are his findings.
The Tenba Shootout looks like a durable camera bag and looks good with plenty of storage. However, is it a comfortable backpack and is it worth its price?
We all know what we want a tripod to be: solid, very sturdy and of high quality. So, we asked Mark Bauer to run a field test. Here are his thoughts.
Lee Filters are producing their own polarising filter, the ‘Landscape Polariser.’ With a street value of £175, is it worth buying? Mark Bauer has the review
Mike Bell reviews a set of three different Filter Holder bags by Terrascape. Our question is, are they exactly what landscape photographers need?
Deborah Hughes tested the Cotton Carrier camera vest. But with a variety of camera carrying systems on the market, was it up to her expectations?
The X-T1 is the latest model from Fuji’s X series of cameras, but how good is it in comparison with its ancestors? We sent Mark Bark to Iceland to find out
Landscape photographer Mark Bauer trials the Olympus E-M1, a higher-end model in the same range as the O-MD E-M5, aimed at the semi-pro and enthusiast
Keith Briley tests seven different backpacks on location and shares his thoughts on how each one performed for a landscape photographer
David Hay put the new Sigma 105mm macro OS lens through its paces in a genuine field trial. Was he impressed with its quality? Here are his findings
Ted Leeming & Morag Paterson review a selection of waterproof jackets, to stop landscape photographers from getting caught out in unexpected showers!
The Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM is the only lens of its kind on the market, but does it produce high quality images at all focal lengths and all apertures?
Morag Paterson & Ted Leeming review the best jackets to keep landscape photographers warm and dry during spring dawn and dusk shoots.
Is the Sony A7R really the best small camera for landscape photographers? David Hay and Tony Gardner find out the answer in this hands-on location review.
Landscape Photography Magazine has an exclusive review of “The Little Stopper” 6 stop ND filter from LEE Filters, the little brother of “The Big Stopper.”
Fitting clothes into your luggage when you’ve filled it up with camera gear is tricky for travelling photographers. We test the latest merino wool garments.