There is no need to follow the masses to the latest hotspots in order to produce significant and meaningful landscape photographic work says Guy Tal
We have all heard of the natural wonders of the Yellowstone National Park. Mark Hamblin takes us on a breathtaking photographic journey there
In this exclusive interview, Hans Strand explains why he decided to make a dramatic change and to devote his life to landscape photography.
Landscape photographer Mark Bauer has put together a fully comprehensive guide to Infrared Photography for the Landscape Photography Magazine readers
We asked Mark Bauer to run a full field test on location of the Pentax K5IIs digital SLR camera, here are the results and the full review
The most common reason we give for buying a new camera or a better lens, is to get sharper, finer detailed photographs. Will this improve our photographs?
There is no doubt that soft and gentle early morning light is one of the best conditions for landscape photography. Dimitri Vasileiou shares some advice
The north western part of Washington State has an ever-changing ecosystem and the best landscape photographic opportunities come from exploring it.
As the flowers and insects fade at the end of each summer, the first of the fungi begin to appear. Robert Thompson unveils the secret nature of fungi
Showing up at a location, setting up your tripod and fire away, says Ian Plant, can potentially result in not getting the best image out of the location
One of the greatest things about landscape photography is the state of awareness it can evoke. Trevor Anderson shares his thoughts
Being a professional landscape photographer, people believe that we can go out with the camera whenever we want. Simply not true, Dennis Bromage explains
Most photographers have a genre they love and are passionate about. However, says Mark Sisson, it is nice to try different fields from time to time.
John Parminter set himself a photographic project. Choose his favourite 50 Scottish mountains, climb them, take photos and publish a book. How did he do?
Before we start composing a photograph, we need to decide where we stand. The best tool for a landscape photographer, says Rafael Rojas, is a pair of legs
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
The ubiquitous beach hut is a largely forgettable feature of many coastal ports and resorts. But not in Boulogne, where Keith Wilson finds and photographs them
I find it a good challenge, says Alain Briot, to create images of well-known and iconic locations; I like the dialogue they encourage
The current big chunk for Susan Furber’s life is devoted to an exploration of infrared photography. She has started to eat, drink and see in infrared