Giannis Gogos shares the extraordinary photographic opportunities from his hometown of Thrace, a historic region of Greece steeped in history and myths
Kirk Norbury discusses the changing role of filters in landscape photography and asks, have they become a thing of the past?
By using the right ingredients, as Martin Henson explains, not only you can give better definition to an image but you can also improve its depth of tone, hence producing superb Black and White images
Since making Ayrshire his home, Kirk Norbury has taken full advantage of the photographic opportunities provided by the beautiful Scottish coastline
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? Martin Henson has a hybrid solution
Fran Halsall encourages you to pay careful attention to the layers present in the landscape in order to avoid compositional flatness
Printing your own images can be one of the most rewarding aspects of landscape photography, but it is not without its challenges.
What are the main ingredients that make black and white so stunning if done correctly? Martin Henson shares his expertise and valuable advice.
William Neill photographs the magical landscape of Antarctica, from dramatic skies and imposing icebergs to humpback whales and penguin colonies.
Patagonia is a landscape photographer’s ultimate destination. Andrew Waddington has spent one year photographing the national parks and living the dream
In today’s digital world, it is easy to forget that ‘less is more’. Peter Cairns explains why the best photographers must learn to be ruthless editors too
Do you enjoy photographing from the comfort of an airliner passenger window? Carolyn Bell shares some valuable advice that will make your photos stand out
Deborah Hughes analyses Intentional Camera Movement, an interesting concept that has gained momentum lately amongst landscape photographers
Most landscape photographers take pictures because they love doing so. However, are we constantly taking without giving anything back?
Deborah Hughes shares an experience that aside from the humbling, taught her much about
the tools and preparation needed to keep her safe when hiking alone
Mark Hamblin provides an insight into how to utilise mist in order to add intrigue, mood and mystery to landscape images
Discovering and exploring a fresh landscape is hugely rewarding. Even if we have to go some way to capture it on camera, the journey is still worthwhile
Not visiting beautiful ‘honey pot’ locations because others have already done so, is a stubborn approach that you might regret, says Lizzie Shepherd
Spectacular landscape, jagged mountain peaks and deep valleys; welcome to the Simien Mountains. Sue Bishop shares her experience of a ten day trekking trip
Expand your landscape photography potential by shooting long after sundown and through the night. Photography requires very little light, says Mark Hamblin
Iceland’s alien landscape and unpredictable weather are the Elysium for landscape photographers. Paul Weeks visits this extraordinary country
Are you thinking of opening your own picture gallery? Gallery owner Jon Gibbs shares some helpful insights for landscape photographers
The magnificent coastline of Pemaquid in Maine is close to the heart of Harvey Spears and many other landscape photographers. Here he explains why
The life of a working nature photographer has changed. The days of funded commissions are long gone, but the merits of working to a brief remain worthwhile.
Working a location is about returning at different times of the day, different seasons and under different weather conditions. Mark Hamblin has the story
How far is too far in post processing? Perhaps we should just stand back and just let the images speak for themselves, suggests Hani Latif Zaloum
From enthusiasts to pros, many photographers dream of seeing their book in many bookstores. Is this difficult to achieve? Beata Moore shares her experiences
Does the inclusion of a human subject in a landscape photograph help to convey the mood of a place? Sapna Reddy discusses
Mark Hamblin has put together a handy guide to shooting dramatic woodland impressions by thinking outside of the box and letting your imagination run wild
Capturing Intimate Landscapes seems to be overlooked in landscape photography. Julian Barkway explains the reasons and offers advice.
Landscape photography is more popular with photographers than portraits, architecture, still life, fashion, glamour. Graham Harris Graham explains why.
Landscape photography appears to be a simple craft to many people but is also an intricate art that comes in four stages. Pele Leung describes…
Landscape photographer Alister Benn reveals the results of a fisheye lens and Hemi Photoshop plugin combination that have particularly impressed him
Beata Moore is trying to portray the beauty of light, water and movement, by creating watercolours that carry her own trademark and style
Photography and sailboats are natural soul-mates. Ron Odenheimer explains how the slow life on board encourages one to linger and explore areas of interest.
The fundamental ‘rule’ for a successful silhouette in landscape photography, is to shoot the subject against a much brighter background, typically the sky.
Exuberant carpets of delicate wildflowers in Texas’ landscape setting create an ideal heaven for nature photographers.
An alternative approach to Big Views landscape photography is to adopt a philosophy of less is more. This way you can create very strong photographs.
Photographing the landscape from 2000ft high is a different experience than from ground level. Here Robert Thompson shares his story, thoughts and advice.
Part 3 of our series of articles that can help all those who are thinking of starting their own photography business
With the magnificent mountains of the Lake District lying in view across the Solway Firth, Keith Fergus was preparing to photograph a perfect sunset.
We have put together a series of articles that can help all those who are thinking of starting their own photography business, this is part 2
Isle of Skye is one of the best destinations in Scotland for landscape photography. Its neighbour Raasay is equally photogenic and full of opportunities.
Mike Bell, Elizabeth Restall, David Hay and Dimitri Vasileiou visited Milos island in Greece. In this article they describe their extraordinary adventure.
Jagged mountains rising above stunning lakes, sub-zero temperatures and a unique quality of light: the hunt for the Northern Lights is on. Joe Rainbow visited the Lofoten Islands in Norway and has a spectacular tale to tell.
We have all heard of the natural wonders of the Yellowstone National Park. Mark Hamblin takes us on a breathtaking photographic journey there
The north western part of Washington State has an ever-changing ecosystem and the best landscape photographic opportunities come from exploring it.
The current big chunk for Susan Furber’s life is devoted to an exploration of infrared photography. She has started to eat, drink and see in infrared
The latest fashion in “location shooting” seems to be Iceland. Rainer Mirau is back and offers his advice on photographing this amazing place
David Tipling visited Papua New Guinea as part of a commission to photograph birds of paradise and people, here is the 2nd part of his extraordinary story
Wet-plate collodion is a process unknown to most landscape photographers. It’s a slow process and requires the use of chemicals on location
At one time or another, all photographers end up in the photographic doldrums, feeling unmotivated and frustrated; Mark Bauer has some advice for all of us
Hawaii is considered as one of the most spectacular places on our planet for landscape photography. LPM reader Michael Leggero shares his story and images
David Tipling visited Papua New Guinea as part of a commission to photograph birds of paradise and people, here is his extraordinary story
Rushing from one place to another, is not good practice in Landscape Photography. Hani Latif Zaloum writes about slowing the pace and enjoying nature
Being flexible and creative can make or break the possibility of a stunning landscape photograph, as Jack Graham explains
We love landscape photography and we do our best to capture superb images. However, when it comes to preparations before a photo shoot, how prepared are we?
Located in the north-eastern part of the Italian Alps, The Dolomites offer spectacular views and superb opportunities for landscape photography
Plitvice is the most famous of Croatia’s eight National parks. Robert Thompson shares some superb photography tips and advice from the area
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a wilderness area located in Nevada, USA: known commonly by nearby residents of Las Vegas as Red Rock Canyon.