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What is Landscape Photography Magazine?

Promote • Educate • Inspire

Landscape Photography Magazine is not just another photo magazine. LPM is a highly acclaimed, monthly photographic title, which is leading the way in the eMag revolution and is dedicated to bringing you inspirational photography, educational articles, the latest news and gear tests, tutorials, location tips and much, much more.

This is who we are

Every issue of Landscape Photography Magazine is packed with refreshing content, exciting features and stunning imagery from around the world – all provided by innovative professionals who share one passion – that of landscape photography.

This is what we do

We not only showcase the work of great landscape photographers, but also promote imagery from enthusiasts and new talents of all ages from around the world.

Landscape Photography Magazine can be downloaded as a PDF file for offline reading at leisure on your computer, laptop, tablet and most mobile devices.

Our contributors

Landscape Photography Magazine is proud to work with some of the very best photographers and authors in the world, ensuring that we provide our readers with exceptional content every single issue. With regular features and columns from contributors such as:

  • Keith Wilson is the founder of both Outdoor Photography and Black + White Photography magazines and former editor of Amateur Photographer.

  • Alain Briot is a fine art landscape photographer, photographic workshops tutor and author of several books and eBooks.

  • Ian Plant is a full time professional nature photographer, writer, and adventurer. His work has appeared in numerous magazines, books and calendars.

  • Ross Hoddinott is best known for his stunning landscape images and intimate portraits of insects and plantlife. He is also the author of several books.

  • Ian Cameron is one of the most recognised Landscape Photographers in Scotland and the whole UK today. His aim is to always go after that hard to catch transient light.

  • Guy Tal is a full time photographer, writer, and naturalist living and working in the Colorado Plateau – a scenic and diverse desert region of the western United States.

  • Fran Halsall has worked as a professional photographer and writer for nearly 7 years, taking as her inspiration the wild landscapes, diverse geology and different habitats of the British Isles.

  • Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson have been working collaboratively for six years capturing the beauty of the natural world in their striking and evocative photographic images.

  • Mark Bauer is one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers with work published worldwide. He supplies several image libraries, including the fine-art Trevillion Images.

To view all our contributors & authors click here.

Inspiring photography from around the world

Landscape Photography Magazine brings you page after page of stunning images and original features from all around the world. Also, unique to Landscape Photography Magazine, our 'Aperture' and 'Infinity' features offer our readers the opportunity to share their travel experiences, opinions and thoughts.

What our readers say:

Here at Landscape & Wildlife Photography Magazine, we are committed to providing our readers with the very best and value your feedback:

“What a breath of fresh air to see a magazine devoted to landscape & Wildlife photography. Well done to all and keep up the good work.”

Mike Hardisty

“Beautiful looking publication with very relevant articles for the practical photographer. I look forward to it each month.”

Wayne Bradbury

“Really informative, professional looking and easy to read, definitely inspiring. I am only just getting in to photography stuff, so I have discovered LPM just in time!”

Louise Denton

“Congratulations. The magazine is gorgeous to look at and full of interesting and useful articles. It reminds me that my photography would benefit from learning and trying out new skills and techniques.”

Felicity Martin

“At last!! A dedicated Landscape & Wildlife Photography magazine with the foresight to look for new talent and show a genuine appreciation of the beauty and emotion of Landscape Photography. Packed with great articles and inspiration. Well done everyone, keep up the great work and long may the magazine continue!”

Brad Ellement