The latest fashion in “location shooting” seems to be Iceland. Rainer Mirau is back and offers his advice on photographing this amazing place
We need to be inspired in order to be creative, says Alain Briot. Inspiration drives creativity and creativity is key to making fine art landscape photos
There are many techniques and pieces of kit that can revolutionise your photography and neutral density graduated filters are one such thing
Ten best keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Lightroom that every landscape photographer should be aware of. They work in both Windows and Mac.
Most landscape photographers use The Photographer’s Ephemeris app. Now, there is a new app that can do a lot more but, is Photopills worth the hype?
As landscape photographers, as we gain expertise, we tend to concentrate on the “less is more” principle, Rafael Rojas explains why
In this article, Ian Plant talks about the benefits of the Spray & Pray technique in landscape photography
In order for an image to be meaningful, it must rely on the exceptional vision, imagination and creativity of the photographer
David Hay has reviewed the book ‘Burmese Light’ by Hans Kemp and Tom Vater for us, but, is he recommending it?
Dimitri Vasileiou shares his thoughts and advice on how to get the best out of a landscape location under the best light conditions
No matter how much you prepare, it is those unplanned moments that often result in the most memorable experiences. Keith Wilson recalls one such moment
Robert Thomson is a macro and close-up photographer and in this two-part article series he shares his advice and experience on macro photography
Facebook, Google and Twitter. Are they of any use to landscape photographers? We explain all we need to know about these social media giants, part 2
In this growing world of digital technology, high end camera sensors and pixel peeping demands, do we really need special lenses for our digital cameras?
Are we obsessed with photographic equipment? Do we always need to own nothing but the best camera and lenses in order to make beautiful landscape images?
Most of us have been faced with moments when inspiration and motivation simply do not exist in photography. What is one to do when this happens?