Microphotography is the extreme form of macrophotography, dedicated to the photography of small objects from life-size to enlargements of up to about 20.
Mike Bell reveals how to choose the correct exposure for a scene and why allowing your camera to choose for you might not result in the best photographs.
Nikon, Olympus and Fujifilm have all released new retro-look cameras, but why has camera design gone backwards? David Hay discusses.
Article with tips and advice on how to sell your fine art landscape photographs written by Alain Briot for Landscape Photography Magazine.
Sheer determination in the face of bad luck, helped Adam Burton capture a powerful landscape photograph on a trip to Lake Minnewanka, Canada.
For many centuries, art’s primary role was to enrich the human experience and answer the profound concern: how to properly live. But what is its role today?
Meteora in Greece is full of incredible scenery and breathtaking sunset and sunrise views; the perfect destination for a landscape photographer.
When taking photographs, look to the landscape with a creative eye; you’ll find surprising pairings of light and composition arising at anytime of the day.
Landscape photography is often about recording a faithful rendition of a visually appealing or rewarding combination of events.
Does our internet culture mean we consume photography as quickly as we consume fast food? Rafael Rojas encourages you to slow down and savour the taste.
Cheryl Hamer recently moved to Anglesey. Every month she will share her experiences and photographs as she explores every ‘nook and cranny’ of the island.
David Hay reviews the latest book by Sue Bishop, a guide to probably the three most important elements of colour photography; colour, light and composition.
Travels shouldn’t always be about photographing the next sunset! Be content with the available light and the chance to see extraordinary landscapes.
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Jon Gibbs showcases and explains why Upper Loch Torridon in Scotland is his favourite photo location.
Exuberant carpets of delicate wildflowers in Texas’ landscape setting create an ideal heaven for nature photographers.
If a situation presents itself, be ready to capitalise on the opportunity. Don’t be afraid to experiment with your photography or try something new.