Do you dream of achieving the ultimate depth of field that masters such as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston displayed in their images? Paul Gallagher explains the outstanding qualities of tilt lenses.
Have you ever been so determined to take a specific picture that you have missed out on other potential photographs? Josh Miller encourages you to look around and take a risk
The macro effect is very popular in photography, but there is more than one way to achieve the effect. Jose Antunes describes how he achieves it with a very long lens
Towering mountains, thunderstorms, lakes, rivers and landscapes dripping with breathtaking light. Joshua Cripps shares with us his extraordinary adventure.
Do you always feel you need to include everything in the frame when photographing landscapes? Paul Gallagher suggests some techniques to simplify your image
Although we are often told not to judge a book by its cover, everyone does. Charlie Waite looks at how you can use this to your advantage
In the latest in her ongoing series on photographing trees, Lizzie Shepherd travels around the country looking at photographing oak trees
The Brenizer method can create some stunning images. Kirk Norbury describes how you can use it to great effect for landscape photography.
Photographers tend to prefer scenes without the presence of people. Mark Hamblin argues that we should embrace them to add another dimension to a scene.
Beech trees are very common in the UK, and you will certainly have taken photographs of them, but how much do you know about them?
As photographers, it is our responsibility to prevent the destruction of the places that we photograph. Jonathan Bailey encourages you to respect the land’s rich heritage
Photographing coastal landscapes under a variety of conditions can be extremely challenging. Mark Hamblin shares some advice on capturing the coastal mood.
The humble willow tree might appear unremarkable at first glance but, as Lizzie Shepherd reveals, it is a tree for all seasons and plays a pivotal role in the natural world
If art’s purpose is to evoke an emotional response, then why shouldn’t photography be considered as art? Deborah Hughes provokes our thoughts on this extremely sensitive subject
Nicolas Alexander Otto encourages you to get up a little earlier, or stay a little later, in order to reap the many rewards of the magical blue hour
Winter conditions can be challenging for landscape photography but, as Mark Hamblin explains, if you are willing to get to grips with snow and ice, the results can be extraordinary
Light painting is a form of dark art. With the right tools and techniques it can create dramatic effects that can produce a visually stunning photograph.
Although fundamentally a simple topic, the way that we choose to use colour within our landscape images is complex and highly individual, says Mark Hamblin
Landscape photographer, Beata Moore, took a trip to the Isle of Harris, off the coast of Scotland. She found it a remarkable and intriguing location…
High mountains, black sand dunes, rocky landscapes and coastline ideal for long exposures. Beata Moore takes us on a photographic journey to Tenerife
The elegant ash tree provides photographic opportunities all year round. However, this underrated icon of the English countryside is facing a serious threat
The difference in what is perceived by our eyes versus what can be rendered in the camera, is the basic premise of photographing at night
We all love wide-angle lenses for landscape photography, however a telephoto lens will allow for more compositional possibilities, says Mark Hamblin
Landscape photographer, Lizzie Shepherd, explains how the numerous types of birch trees in their various forms can capture a photographer’s heart