Have you ever felt obliged to take a certain picture? Adam Burton suggests looking around and taking the picture you want rather than following the crowd..
Many photographers have discarded their filters, preferring to use post-processing techniques. Mark Bauer makes the case for filters and explains why he …
There is a secret in the world of photography: Photoshop is an essential part of processing pictures. Adam Burton breaks the taboo and discusses it openly
Mark Bauer discusses why many major manufacturers seem to be waiting for improvements in technology before making serious moves into the mirrorless market
The first photograph on a trip can be difficult. Adam Burton shares a trip to Jasper National Park where he thought a shot of Pyramid Lake might elude him.
Do you know how to use every single setting on your DSLR? Adam Burton offers some encouraging advice for the technophobe
Have we become obsessed with foregrounds? Mark Bauer reveals how to use foreground elements to your advantage and explains when your work will benefit from eliminating them altogether
As your photographic skills grow, it is important not to lose sight of your creativity and simply ‘go through the motions’
Technical competence can be learned by almost anyone, but what makes a photograph a work of art?
Adam Burton reveals the best time of year to visit Yosemite National Park in order to fully appreciate the vistas made famous by Ansel Adams
Without goals in photography we would be drifting around aimlessly. However it’s important that we don’t forget to enjoy the process of reaching those goals
Cloudless sunny skies are suited to golden sandy beaches. On the flip side, rugged rocky coast works well when photographed beneath dark moody skies
Concentrate on getting the aesthetics right and make the most of those moments when you manage to combine them with originality, says Mark Bauer
What do you do when superb light conditions turn elusive due to bad weather? Adam Burton shares some advice for landscape photographers
Do the new Canon 50mp cameras offer the dynamic range that landscape photographers crave and can they compete with the competition? Mark Bauer has the story
During the summer of 2014, Edward Marshall spent eight weeks photographing the Scilly Isles. This incredible journey changed the way he sees photography
We all have a run of bad luck occasionally, but Adam Burton recollects a trip to the Lakes that reminded him how great it is to be a landscape photographer
Landscape photographer, Mark Bauer, looks back at some of last year’s new camera releases and shares his ‘wish list’ for 2015
Landscape photography is a challenging pursuit. In order to capture those special moments we need to develop location skills, Adam Burton explains.
In our super-saturated and super-sized world of photography, the hint and whisper can become more provocative than the punch and wow, says Deborah Hughes
After a shaky few days spent crossing the Drake Passage, Adam Burton had finally reached Antarctica. He shares the most extraordinary moment of that trip
Painted pictographs, on canyon walls and flat rock surfaces, are all artifacts of early human storytelling, just like today’s landscape photography.
Landscape photographer Sue Bishop visits Valencia in Spain to photograph almond blossom and supplies us with tips and techniques on photographing them.
Towering basalt cliffs, neighbouring mountains and the incredibly picturesque village of Gasadalur. Adam Burton shares his experience on the Faroe Islands.