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.
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Interview with landscape and outdoor photographer Rick Sammon from USA. This interview is sponsored by Really Right Stuff.
Andrea Gulickx’s pictures have a fairy tale look and feel. In this article she explains how she creates such extraordinary images.
Many photographers have discarded their filters, preferring to use post-processing techniques. Mark Bauer makes the case for filters and explains why he …
Have you ever wanted to take photographs of the night sky? Stan Moniz offers a beginners’ guide to get you up and running with astrophotography.
Suggestions and advice by landscape, outdoor and wave photographer Ray Collins on how to do wave photography in the most successful way.
Landscape photographer Kathryn Dyer shares her tips, guides, advice and suggestions that will help you run a very successful Instagram account.
Tommaso Di Donato shares some tips and advice by showing us how he produced a beautiful panorama of the city square in Bologna.
Dawn and dusk photography can be tricky. Andy Brown describes the benefits of using filters to make the process easier
Tips, guides, advice and suggestions that will help you make your closeup and macro images look professional and magic by Kathleen Clemons.
With time and practice, photography will become increasingly intuitive. This will free your mind to experiment more and to further expand your visual vocabulary
It is fair to say that Ansel Adams accomplished greater fame and recognition than any photographer in history. He made great contributions to both the art and …
Do you want to precisely represent what you see in front of you, or express something of your own creative mind in your work?
It is important that we manage time wisely, and in our own best interests. This means not only spending it on the right things, but also in the right proportions
Investing in understanding art can only make your experience better. Why would anyone with the time and intellect to do so choose not to make such an investment?
Interview with panoramic format landscape photographer John Chapple in Landscape Photography Magazine.
In this interview Antony Spencer explains why he loves cold climates, chasing storms and reveals the one photograph that inspires him above all others.
You rushed to the iconic spot and you took the same picture as everyone else. So, you got the shot but what about the real photography satisfaction?
Time and again I find that once a certain level of technical competence is accomplished, progress in any creative pursuit has less to do with changes in …
Nothing matches the magical feeling of walking through a white forest between trees collapsing under the weight of the snow, welcome to Lapland.
Exclusive interview with landscape and outdoor photographer Tom Till, one of the photographers who brought Moab to people’s attention.
Too many photographers prefer cover versions to original compositions and too many opt for the safe and easy path of making beautiful postcards rather than meaningful impressions
It is sometimes said that the little things in life make all the difference. In this Internet age, awash with nature images that are bold, over-processed and …
The creative approach I teach on my workshops consists of several phases, starting with a rough concept, through visualization, composition, capture and processing …