This month we are interviewing large format 5×4″ landscape and fine art photographers Georg Popp & Verena Popp-Hackner from Austria.
Peter Cairns takes us on a trip north, where twilight and blue hues provide material for unbelievably stunning imagery; welcome to the Lofoten Islands.
We examine the Hasselblad H5D. It has a much larger than a 35mm sensor and its dynamic range is supposedly better. The question is: does size really matter?
Photographing the landscape from 2000ft high is a different experience than from ground level. Here Robert Thompson shares his story, thoughts and advice.
For some reason, people are squeamish about getting their feet wet. Ian Plant suggests otherwise and explains why.
The advancement of digital photography is shaping how we view and process an image as the years pass by, says Trevor Anderson.
Is the end of the Canon/Nikon duopoly in sight? We analyse the technology that will allow us to use our favourite lens collections on any camera system.
We have put together a series of articles that can help all those who are thinking of starting their own photography business: this is part 4.
Usually, a landscape photographer will wait until an obvious composition presents itself before making a photograph. Guy Tal suggests a different approach
Aoos, Papigo, Aristi, Vikos, Zagoria. These might sound all Greek to some but they are names that mean nothing but beauty, nature and photo inspiration.
Camera position, framing, arranging elements around the frame – this is what we call ‘good landscape photography composition’ says Rafael Rojas.
A book produced by a group of ten photographers. However, could a book such as this have any appeal in the marketplace? David Hay has the review.
Do you carry your camera with you all the time? Do you plan for every picture you take? Dennis Bromage answers these frequently asked questions.
To add punch to your landscape images is to embrace the power afforded by the digital darkroom, using it to produce rich shadows and striking highlights.
This month Mike Bell explains all we need to know about shutter speed in landscape photography.
In a remote corner of ancient tropical rainforest in Australia, Keith Wilson finds inspiration in the graphical qualities of an unspoilt Queensland river.
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Sebastien Beun showcases and explains why Jökulsárlón in Iceland is his favourite photo location.
Article with tips and advice on how to sell your fine art landscape photographs written by Alain Briot for Landscape Photography Magazine.