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Book Review: Joe Cornish, A Photographer At Work
Joe Cornish is one of the foremost landscape photographers and Eddie Ephraums is one of the best book producers, so, is this book great?View this article
Crossing The Australian Continent
This month Boris Mar is crossing and photographing the Australian continent from east to west for Landscape Photography MagazineView this article
In Conversation… Ross Hoddinott
We have an exclusive interview with Ross Hoddinott, one of UK’s leading professional outdoor photographers and writers.View this article
A Guide To: Macro and Close-up Photography
Ross Hoddinott has written a superb guide and landscape photographer’s introduction to close-up and macro photography for LPM.View this article
Is photography about taking a picture of something or taking a picture about something? Do we always make an image with a “Concept” in mind?View this article
Film, The Alternative Process
We live in a digital era with modern and well made cameras. So, is it a good idea to get back to using film or should we wake up to reality?View this article
How Do I Find My Own Style?
How do I find my own style? This question will keep you awake at night if you are not careful, nag at you and cause you headachesView this article
Porth Nanven, Cornwall, England
Porth Nanven is a marvel of nature and a landscape photographer’s dream. A visit there should be top priority and first on everyone’s listView this article
Art or Craft
Should we consider photography art or craft? Can we put our precious photographs on the same lever and quality as paintings?View this article
Featured Artist: Javier Acosta
Javier Acosta is an exceptional artist in landscape photography. His work is breathtaking, invigorating and highly inspiring.View this article
Setting Up Images
What is it that you really like in a picture? Does it make any difference if that picture has been set up or manipulated?View this article
The Heart of the Matter
When seeking great images, nothing beats simple time in the field. You increase your chances if you are out there photographing.View this article