Scotland: The Big Picture is a team of photographers and filmmakers creating high-impact communications to ignite fresh thinking around the benefits of a wilder Scotland. In the first of a two-part feature, Peter Cairns makes the case for an ecologically richer landscape
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2017 was a year of lasting memories and artistic growth. Trevor Anderson shares his reflections on the past year as well as some ideas on how to be fully aware of your natural surroundings
Wistful for a time when he could photograph in solitude, Adam Burton tells us how venturing out into the quiet beauty of the forest can add something unique to your portfolio
From the gorgeous work itself to Q&As with top photographers, a new book on landscapes offers great rewards to readers looking for unique insights into the creative process. Here’s David Hay with the review
You should strive to become a complete master of your go-to locations. As Ian Plant says, your go-to locations are your training grounds, where you hone your skills and develop your artistic vision
Karen Hutton explains the pros and cons as well as all her experiences that helped her with her photographic career.
Do you focus on location when taking a photograph? Mitch Green suggests taking time to think about composition, as it is absolutely the most important thing in a landscape photograph
Looking to photograph a hidden gem in Europe? As David Hay says, the stunning, verdant lakes and waterfalls of Plitvice National Park in Croatia could be the answer
Does your work stand out from the crowd? Are you talented or just plain lucky? Alain Briot offers some advice and best practices that can help you create your personal style
In an exclusive interview, 19 year old Mason Prendergast talks about his passion for nature and hiking and explains the reason why he loves …
What is Zen, or more importantly, how does it relate to a simple landscape photograph? Andy Brown pinpoints the possibilities of a different approach to photography
Think about some of the preconceptions you have about your work. Whether it is a subject, season, or your type of photography, try something new to challenge yourself.
Jack Graham shares his life experience and advice on how to become a professional landscape photographer and photo tour leader.
As the days get shorter and the nights get longer and colder, Alister Benn explains how we could produce images that are engaging, dynamic, challenging and powerful during these freezing winter months
Growing your personal photographic vision is crucial, and as David Hay says, you can’t do it by copying others, just by trusting your own good eye
The well of artistic freedom can be mined if you are able to create a personal style. In the first of a two-part series Alain Briot tells us how to look at facts, not opinions
You love landscape photography. So, how hard is it to turn professional and combine hobby with work? Will you be able pay the mortgage by photographing landscapes?
Death Valley is utterly iconic, and much photographed. What are the best ways to get to every depth and peak? QT Luong’s guide to the highlights of this extraordinary location will let you in on every secret
Growth as an artist involves recognising fear in its many forms and giving in to our creative insights. Trevor Anderson shares his thoughts
Ed Marshall takes a trip to the beautiful Plitvice Lakes in Croatia in the middle of the winter. Here he tells us all about the amazing and countless photographic opportunities it presented
Patagonia is a dream location for landscape photographers. Many choose to visit during the picturesque fall season, but in this article Andrew Waddington explains why we should visit in winter
Are your images interesting? Do they elicit mystery and questions? Do they carry metaphorical values? Rafael Rojas explains the various communication layers
If you are tired of shooting the same images as everyone else, we have a unique solution. It is time to invest in a little flying spy that, as Ian Plant says, will let you reach new heights
Hundreds of visits to every location imaginable, some even via drone, have provided Stefan Forster with all the material he needs to create a truly exceptional book. David Hay had a look at the book and shares his thoughts