In an exclusive interview, Ken Kaminesky explains how he got started as a pro, the pros and cons of being one and the reason he switched to Fujifilm.
Hanging off a cliff taking pictures, being exposed to any kind of extreme weather as well as pushing yourself to the edge – all in a day’s work for Ben Read.
Visiting Acadia as a teenager, Chris Ward did not enjoy the experience. Now, more than 15 years later, he explains why he has completely changed his mind.
Harnessing light is essential to landscape photographers. Andy Brown discusses its importance and offers some advice and suggestions on using it effectively
What is it that brings extraordinary places like Ireland and their unique stories together? Marco Dadone explains why he has fallen in love with the country.
Patricia Davidson explains in an exclusive interview how her photography journey started, where it is going and why she switched to Fujifilm.
Iceland has so much to offer that even the scenes alongside the road are little jewels. It is the most inspirational destination for Nick Page.
Do you ever make an attempt to feel the locations you shoot? Andy Brown argues that doing so can make the difference between a good photograph and a …
Do you have a fascination with infrared photography but no idea about its ins and outs? With decades of experience, Tim Shoebridge will guide you through …
Do you photograph the night sky? Do you know which is the best way to avoid star trails and capture sharp images with good clarity?
As photographers, we come across many areas that touch our hearts. For Ken Sklute, Monument Valley in Arizona is one of those places that every landscape photographer should visit at least once.
As night sky photography becomes increasingly ubiquitous, so will these accessories and concepts. Bryan Cogdell explains why devices such as Star Adventurer can take your nightscapes to the next level.
Now that Fuji is offering a medium format version of its mirrorless camera, is it time to make the switch? Mark Bauer has put the Fujifilm GFX through its paces and lists the pros and cons of the system
How do you cope with the unwanted appearance of people in your landscapes? Andy Brown offers some techniques and advice on how to deal with your fellow humans
Do you want your landscape images to evoke a sense of mystery? Do you want them to suggest rather than state? Read on to Karl Holtby’s exquisite advice.
There are many different types of filter you can use with your camera. Andy Brown discusses the benefits of filters and shows how different filters can …
Colorado photographer Erik Stensland found personal solace in the mountains. Now, he dedicates his life to sharing this with others through his work.
Lea Tippett always had a strong connection with the sea. Here he shares some of his techniques that can help you improve your seascape photography …
Volcanic mountains, glacial waterfalls, Icelandic horses, geothermal areas, Northern Lights, lakes, beaches, sea stacks, icebergs and the list goes on. It is of no surprise …
Do you maintain and clean up your photographic equipment regularly? How do you clean your lenses? Andy Brown offers some valuable advice for keeping your lenses spotless
Columbia River Gorge, Ruckel Creek Falls and Multnomah Falls. These are some of Oregon’s inspirational hotspots that keep photographers going back time and again. Brian Matiash explains why
Does your work demand a high degree of colour accuracy and optical quality with punchy and vivid colours? We asked Mark Bauer to review these new filters on location, here are his thoughts
Andy Brown urges you to make sure you learn and understand the settings of your camera and how best to use it, so you know how to use them once you are in the field
Breathtaking views, extraordinary Canadian nature, big starry skies and even aurora. All this and much more can be experienced and photographed around Assiniboine. Marc Muench explains