Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson have produced a whole book of photographs all taken from the same spot. Is it a success? David Hay has the review
Browsing: Book Review
Wynn Bullock was regarded as one of the foremost West-Coast American photographers in the 1940s, 50s and 60s. David Hay reviews this new volume of his work
One Planet is simply a collection of good travel photographs from around the world. David Hay asks, can it guide us through our next holiday adventure?
Mastering Composition by Richard Garvey-Williams makes the bold claim that it is the ‘definitive’ guide for photographers! David Hay has the review
David Hay reviews The Art of the Photograph and asks, although this beautifully illustrated book is not written by Art Wolfe, is it still worth purchasing?
A twin compilation of books published by the prolific author Michael Freeman; the first named The Photographer’s Eye and the second The Photographer’s Mind.
David Hay reviews the book that accompanies the 7th Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.
David Hay reviews the latest book by Sue Bishop, a guide to probably the three most important elements of colour photography; colour, light and composition.
David Hay reviews the latest offering from Pulitzer prize winner Jack Dykinga, an excellent landscape and nature photographer.
A book produced by a group of ten photographers. However, could a book such as this have any appeal in the marketplace? David Hay has the review.
David Hay reviews LPOTY’s controversial book, which was published without being reprinted to display the correct overall winner of the 6th competition.
This month in Landscape Photography Magazine David Hay reviews the book ‘Colours of the earth’ by landscape photographer Bernhard Edmaier.
This month in Landscape Photography Magazine David Hay reviews the book ‘The Art of Adventure’ by landscape photographer Bruce Percy.
This book is about the genre of travel photography but it is also an account of David duChemin’s personal journey as a photographer. David Hay reviewed it…
John Parminter set himself a photographic project. Choose his favourite 50 Scottish mountains, climb them, take photos and publish a book. How did he do?
David Hay has reviewed the book ‘Burmese Light’ by Hans Kemp and Tom Vater for us, but, is he recommending it?
Mark Sisson reviews Belgian photographer Wouter Pattyn’s first book The Image of Nature. A collection of images that clearly come from the heart
To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Joe Cornish Gallery, Joe Cornish decided to produce this book; a “Greatest Hits” collection of his best sellers
David Hay reviews David Noton’s DVD chasing the light and reveals his thoughts and opinion of the DVD’s quality
Book Review, Close Up & Macro, by Landscape Photography Magazine’s author Mark Sisson
Ireland’s Coast by Carsten Krieger, published by The O’Brien Press. Book Review by Landscape Photography Magazine Author David Hay
Ian Plant and George Stocking, Mastering The Art Of Composition. Book Review by Landscape Photography Magazine Author David Hay
The Long Journey North is the first book by one of the UK’s leading exponents of the art of wildlife photography, Danny Green
Book Review: Unleashed 2 & 3 by landscape photographer David Hay