Significant work is not easy to accomplish and often requires making sacrifices. It’s not for everyone, and there are no shortcuts. And that’s the way it should be
Mike Bell guides us through his photographic journey to the stunning landscape of Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia.
With the help of pro photographers Morag and Ted Leeming we tested six tripods that are sturdy, well priced and suitable for most landscape photographers.
Starting this month, we are recreating our old beginners’ guide articles by adding fresh content and images. Mike Bell begins this new series with aperture.
Part 3 of our series of articles that can help all those who are thinking of starting their own photography business
Are high impact images the be all and end all in landscape photography today? Dennis Bromage shares his thoughts
Keith Wilson explains that good travel photography is primarily about telling a story.
Many photographers get stuck in a rut of taking photographs only at eye-level. David Hay explains how to make your photographs look more interesting.
The second part of a series of essays where Alain Briot explains how Fine Art photographs are sold in real life situations.
With the magnificent mountains of the Lake District lying in view across the Solway Firth, Keith Fergus was preparing to photograph a perfect sunset.
David Hay reviews LPOTY’s controversial book, which was published without being reprinted to display the correct overall winner of the 6th competition.
On his latest flight to mainland Greece, Dimitri Vasileiou expected high potential for some really inspiring photography. Travel with him to discover Greece
Competition can motivate us to leave our comfort zone, push our boundaries and work harder. However, says Rafael Rojas, it can also have a negative effect.
Side-lighting is challenging to work with and photograph but can result in the creation of stunning imagery. Trevor Anderson sheds some light on this topic
There’s something magical, says Ian Plant, about the light when the sun is below the horizon, a time when the waking world and dreams seem to blend into one.
Successful landscape photographs often require the eye to journey through the image. Andy Brown explains the effect of leading lines within your picture.