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Photographers try to capture a picture of a small piece of nature. However, do we need to take that picture at any cost, including damaging nature itself?
Amazing events and colour displays can happen just after a heavy storm, and such displays enable the creation of inspiring and unique landscape images.
Dimitri Vasileiou explains is simple terms the difference between focal length on various lenses and their effect in landscape photography
Ian Plant explains the use of the ‘Counterpoint Concept’ in landscape photography composition and its relationship with music.
IS – VR – OS – VC. What do these letters really mean and are they of any value to landscape photographers? David Hay expresses his thoughts
Great landscape photography mentors, often leave legacies of teachings and thoughts, and there is great value in seeking them. Guy Tal has the story
What exactly does “Expose to the right” mean in Photography? For free advice and tips read the full article here on Landscape Photography Magazine
When the work of great artists is being reproduced, those artists always are credited by the person who makes the reproduction.
If you truly want to excel as an artist, you need to learn how to think sideways instead of straight on. But what do I mean by thinking “sideways”? Let me start by …
Guy Tal on the book about the most ambitious photography exhibit in history, The Family of Man, orchestrated by Edward Steichen and first presented in 1955
We love landscape photography and we do our best to capture superb images. However, when it comes to preparations before a photo shoot, how prepared are we?
Landscape Photography Magazine has an exclusive interview with Paul Sanders from England, former picture editor of The Times
A phenomenon called the illusion of attention. Guy Tal tells us how our brains suppress sensory information selectively before we become conscious of it
Art is not a by-product of chromaticity; art is the expression of the mind of the artist, and different artists express themselves in different media
Things you need to know when buying a second hand lens, what to look for and what to avoid.
Hyperfocal distance focusing chart that will help you with accurate focusing, great depth of field and sharp landscape pictures.
Exclusive interview with Darwin Wiggett, one of Canada’s best landscape and nature photographers. Darwin explains why he loves the Canadian Rockies.
The English language is well known for its colorful idioms and entertaining colloquialisms. One of my favourites is “if it were easy, then everyone would do it”. Unfortunately …
Friedrich Nietzsche, perhaps, is the most prolific of Western philosophers on the topic of art. In his mind, art is a means of coping with the chaos, tragedy and …
Landscape Photography Magazine has an exclusive interview with William Neill, one of USA’s leading professional outdoor photographers and writers.
Check list cards that will help you remember all the things you need to do and pack in your bag pack on the night before a photo shoot.
It was not too long ago that photographic expertise revolved around such things as metering, exposure, focus, and image development; a sharp well-exposed …
Do we start making an image with a ‘Concept in mind or do we just search for an aesthetically pleasing subject?