Alain Briot continues his series of essays on photography projects by looking at the importance of the project statement and what the project represents.
Elia and Naomi Locardi explain why after visiting more than 55 different countries, Italy has become their all time favourite destination.
Are you safe when you are photographing on location? Do you make that extra ‘move’ to catch that special picture? Karl Dyer has the story.
Art shows, the place where you bring your work out of hiding. Tiffany Reed Briley shares some advice on how to create a juried art show presence.
In this second part of her series on art galleries, Tiffany Reed Briley discusses how to price your art and the things to be aware of.
Professional advice from eight pro landscape and outdoor photographers. These are extracts from their interviews we published during 2016.
In the latest part of his series on photo projects, Alain Briot looks at how to make your projects unique by improving your creativity.
Interview with landscape photographer Joel Grimes from USA. The interview was taken by Tiffany Reed Briley and is sponsored by Really Right Stuff.
For most of us, having our artwork hung in art galleries is the holy grail of landscape photography. Tiffany Reed Briley shares some advice.
Sean Scott reveals to Tiffany Reed Briley about photographing under the water, starting a gallery business and staying passionate about creating art.
Many people harbour an ambition to turn their hobby into their profession, but what are the day-to-day realities of being a pro photographer?
We chatted with Charles Needle to find out what inspires him, and he generously shared his macro secrets on how he creates such amazing imagery.
In spring of 2015 I embarked on a 3,000 mile road trip across the western United States to photograph some of America’s most prominent national parks.
Alain Briot talks about the importance of mini photo projects and the things we should consider doing in order to stand out amongst the crowd.
Interview with landscape and outdoor photographer Joshua Holko from USA. Interview sponsored by Really Right Stuff. Interview by Tiffany Briley.
Which tripod to take with you when travelling can be a big decision. Michael Burnham looks at the different options.
Sigma’s new 20mm f1-4 DG HSM Art lens has been eagerly anticipated. Mark Bauer has taken it on location for a spin and tried it on astrophotography.
Hudson Henry has compiled a small list of tips, suggestions and advice to help you get the most out of your trip to photographing Patagonia.
Alain Briot talks about the importance of photo projects and the things we should consider doing in order to stand out amongst the crowd.
Are you just starting in landscape photography? Are you in the market for some new filters? Mike Bell reviews NiSi Filters
Interview with landscape and outdoor photographer Rick Sammon from USA. This interview is sponsored by Really Right Stuff.
LUMAS gallery for their autumn season are celebrating British Artists Justin Barton, Peter Adams and Jonathan Andrew.
In 2015, groups of professional and non-professional photographers crossed the Blue Mountains on an expedition to the rugged landscapes of the stone gardens
Andrea Gulickx’s pictures have a fairy tale look and feel. In this article she explains how she creates such extraordinary images.