The Olympus OM-D is arguably the coolest looking new camera of 2012. But can it deliver the goods on location? Landscape photographer Mark Bauer explains.
Some times we need a photograph which shows the details in perfect clarity and sharpness from foreground to infinity, Michael Breitung has a solution.
Waiting a little bit longer can make a huge difference in landscape photography. Everything depends on light and quality light is worth waiting for.
Landscape Photography Magazine has an exclusive interview with William Neill, one of USA’s leading professional outdoor photographers and writers.
While heading to your chosen spot, take time to look back at the direction you have come from. You never know what you might see from a different angle.
Have you ever lost yourself in the moment completely while photographing? It could happen to all of us. Here is Jonathan Chritchley with his story.
Back in 2006, Simon Watkinson had a chance meetings that not only was going to have a massive impact on his life but also of that of a little Nepalese girl.
Guy Tal visited the famous Subway in Zion National Park and managed to photograph the place in conditions not seen very often. Here is his story.
David Hay is reviewing four eBooks written by Landscape and Nature photographer William Neill from USA.
Keith Wilson recalls one equatorial evening and wonders why landscape and travel photographers differ in their opinion about the sunset’s significance.
Landscape photographers often try to capture a feeling of peace and tranquillity in their images especially around dawn. David Hay has the story.
There are many hurdles to be faced when seeking to photograph in a snow covered mountain area. Trevor Anderson has the story.
Boris Mar is heading north, through Australia’s biggest and most isolated state, Western Australia, visiting some of its national parks.
It should not make any difference where we are, whether or not the location is stunning, or if the light is amazing. It is up to us to find the photograph.