Canon 6D review. Can the new Canon 6D stand up to the competition? Mark Bauer took it for a spin on location and here are his findings
A lake on top of the world, the reflections of Matterhorn on its waters, and a perfect sunrise. Landscape photography heaven? Welcome to Lake Stellisee
Mount Rainier is a mountain of many different moods and perspectives for landscape photography. Trevor Anderson shares his adventure
Ireland’s Coast by Carsten Krieger, published by The O’Brien Press. Book Review by Landscape Photography Magazine Author David Hay
There have been some serious advances in small sensor technology lately. Can we still say ‘bigger is better’ when it comes to cameras and photography?
Getting into the right position is essential for any photograph, but sometimes there is more to it than facing the right direction, as Keith Wilson explains
Every month we share with you valuable tips, advice and information on landscape photography. This month our advice is on Polarising filters
Exclusive interview with photographer Sapna Reddy from India, an interesting and extraordinary woman and landscape photographer.
Most of us love landscape photography but how many of us have discovered the wonderful world of underwater landscape? Annette Price is sharing her advice
In this month’s article Boris Mar will be crossing into Bolivia and Peru, where he will photograph the heart of the ancient Inca Empire
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 …
Dimitri Vasileiou shares tips and advice on how to create beautiful landscape images under the dull and featureless sky of Scotland
It is worth trying new, fresh approaches to landscape photography, and one such approach is to take the same picture under different lighting conditions
Being flexible and creative can make or break the possibility of a stunning landscape photograph, as Jack Graham explains
Landscape photographer Alain Briot shares his tips, techniques and advice on how to create beautiful compositions in landscape photography
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