Exclusive interview with UK based Charlie Waite, one of Europe’s pioneers and most prolific outdoor and landscape photographers.
Should you join a photographic workshop? Who will you go with? Read our comprehensive guide to landscape photography workshops.
Landscape Photography Magazine has an exclusive review of “The Little Stopper” 6 stop ND filter from LEE Filters, the little brother of “The Big Stopper.”
An alternative approach to Big Views landscape photography is to adopt a philosophy of less is more. This way you can create very strong photographs.
Instead of chasing the light, landscape photographers should be chasing the contrast between light and shadow, explains Ian Plant.
David Hay reviews the latest offering from Pulitzer prize winner Jack Dykinga, an excellent landscape and nature photographer.
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 5.
While trying to get to a certain destination for photography, don’t miss out on any potential images and possible photographic locations on the way.
Article with tips and advice on how to sell your fine art landscape photographs written by Alain Briot for Landscape Photography Magazine.
Landscape photography and man made objects. Instead of dismissing man made objects, we should embrace them and photograph them as part of the landscape.
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Michael Trefry showcases and explains why Weedon Island Preserve in Florida is his favourite photo location.
On an epic journey from Papigo to Meteora, Dimitri Vasileiou found unbelievable viewpoints that offered endless opportunities for landscape photography.
Why did we take up landscape photography? Are we looking to become commercially successful photographers? Rafael Rojas expresses his thoughts on the subject.
Choosing a landscape photography destination can be challenging but rewarding. Find out how making informed choices will lead to stunning compositions.
Fitting clothes into your luggage when you’ve filled it up with camera gear is tricky for travelling photographers. We test the latest merino wool garments.
The Selective Color adjustment layer in Photoshop offers detailed control of your color. Kenneth Setzer explains why he loves this way of image processing.
Dennis Bromage explains his own simplified focusing technique to achieve a decent depth of field with acceptable sharpness all around the photograph.
Keith Wilson creates a graphic and colourful composition of the Campanile di San Marco in Venice, one of the most photographed public spaces in Europe.
I love photographic prints; I love viewing them; I love making them and I love sharing them. There are certain qualities to a great print that simply cannot be …
This month Mike Bell explains the important role that ISO choice plays in optimising the quality of your landscape photography.