Forget the histogram, don’t be afraid to register blacks as absolute zero, concentrate on shape and form, and strike a dramatic and evocative moods
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Do you have your camera gear insured? Is it perhaps time to start thinking about insurance for your precious photo equipment? Andy Brown shares his views
Maintaining visual fidelity between what you see and what your camera captures is tricky, but our eye is capable of negating oddities caused by perspective
While judgment and experience undoubtedly play their parts, a good landscape photographer takes nothing for granted, says Andy Brown.
A landscape photograph can represent a near-mirror image of what your eyes perceive but sometimes it should be a lot more than that. Andy Brown explains
The most commonly used lens in a landscape photographer’s kit bag is probably the tried and tested wide angle; it’s a stalwart. Andy Brown explains why
Successful images are not solely the reward of those who trek far and wide, says Andy Brown, they are there for the taking along the path you take everyday
To avoid merely standing in the same spot as countless other photographers before you, walk around and try different angles, lenses and vantage points
Our eyes are influenced by pattern, rhythm and repetition. Move around a potential scene and patterns will reveal themselves to landscape photographers
The majority of landscape photographers live in or near a town or city and yet, few have taken cityscape pictures. Ohad Redlich has put together a guide …
Your landscape pictures should be like a well-written piece of prose and the narrative should be clear, says Andy Brown
Supposedly there’s no such thing as the ‘wrong’ weather for landscape photography, but certain environmental conditions are certainly preferable to others.
A photograph depicts a static, frozen instant in time. If deemed successful, it captures the ‘decisive moment’ – a definition that hints at the singular.
Landscape photography is often about recording a faithful rendition of a visually appealing or rewarding combination of events.
Landscape photography and man made objects. Instead of dismissing man made objects, we should embrace them and photograph them as part of the landscape.
To add punch to your landscape images is to embrace the power afforded by the digital darkroom, using it to produce rich shadows and striking highlights.
Successful landscape photographs often require the eye to journey through the image. Andy Brown explains the effect of leading lines within your picture.
Andy Brown advises about Autumn morning landscape photography with mist and fog and what the best practices are.
Landscape photography advice on location research and planning in advance, as well as wisely choosing the camera gear you need to take with you.
Translating a 3D scene onto a flat image can be problematic, hence the reason why landscape photographers employ depth and perspective for sense of scale.
In landscape photography, one of the best pieces of advice is to get up early and stay out late. You will then have a chance to catch superb and soft light
Full explanation on what photography gear symbols mean. What does canon EF-S mean? What does nikon VR mean?
Ten best keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Lightroom that every landscape photographer should be aware of. They work in both Windows and Mac.
Saving for web is a fairly simple process and yet, if you don’t know how to approach it, your images can suffer from poor image quality