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
Produce the most stunning landscape pictures possible with Brandon Yoshizawa’s useful advice on photographing twilight cityscapes
Does Social Media Marketing really work? How can social media be used to promote yourself as a photographer? Deborah Hughes shares her valuable experiences
County Donegal in Ireland has everything that the better-known Antrim coast can offer to a landscape photographer on a grander scale, says Robert Thompson
Are you thinking of having your first landscape photography exhibition? Richard Burdon shares advice on showcasing your images and what costs to expect
Brandon Yoshizawa offers some guidelines to help landscape photographers produce stunning images of the galaxy that contains our Solar System, the Milky Way
ICM involves creating abstract imagery by intentionally moving the camera during the exposure. In other words, deliberately blurring your images
Is it wise to focus a third in the scene and hope for the best, or wiser to employ the classic DOF technique? Mike Bell analyses all focusing techniques
Many landscape photographers consider publishing a book of their images, but where do you start? Deborah Hughes has put together a comprehensive guide
Mark Bauer helped us put together a comprehensive guide to filters for Landscape Photography and explains why digital photographers still need them
Sand dunes present endless opportunities for landscape photography, which require you to focus no less on your artistic composition skills than on technique
Mark Hamblin provides some inspiration and advice on how and what landscape photographers can shoot when the weather turns ‘bad’.
Mike Bell explains why a photographic trip to the Bolivian Altiplano is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for any travelling landscape photographer.
Microphotography is the extreme form of macrophotography, dedicated to the photography of small objects from life-size to enlargements of up to about 20.
Should you join a photographic workshop? Who will you go with? Read our comprehensive guide to landscape photography workshops.
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 5.
The Selective Color adjustment layer in Photoshop offers detailed control of your color. Kenneth Setzer explains why he loves this way of image processing.
Peter Cairns takes us on a trip north, where twilight and blue hues provide material for unbelievably stunning imagery; welcome to the Lofoten Islands.
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 4.
Mike Bell guides us through his photographic journey to the stunning landscape of Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia.
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 1
Kerry is regarded by many as the most picturesque county of Ireland and ideal for landscape photography. Join us on a superb journey through Killarney NP