Mike Bell explains why a photographic trip to the Bolivian Altiplano is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for any travelling landscape photographer.
The fundamental ‘rule’ for a successful silhouette in landscape photography, is to shoot the subject against a much brighter background, typically the sky.
This month we are interviewing UK based Nigel Turner. Find out what influences the fine art landscape photographer and why he loves Cow Canyon in Utah!
Dimitri Vasileiou discusses how modern technology allows us to express ourselves through photography in the best way possible.
I generally consider art and competition to be incompatible. After all, appreciation of art is a subjective matter and ‘winning’ is no more than an affirmation that …
In classic landscape photography the foreground element is usually the dominant component of an image. But can it survive without foreground?
Trevor Anderson takes a photography trip to the Glacier Peak Wilderness and finds wildflowers, open spaces and mountain ranges with snow covered peaks.
Most people have heard of Hanging Rock from the popular 1975 film. Keith Wilson found the location a haunting and challenging subject to photograph.
Having a plan B is wise for a landscape photographer attempting to capture the the Menai Straits, an ever-changing palette of atmosphere and inspiration.
Towering basalt cliffs, neighbouring mountains and the incredibly picturesque village of Gasadalur. Adam Burton shares his experience on the Faroe Islands.
When David Hay shot on film, there was little concern about diffraction causing image quality loss. Why is diffraction such a hot topic in the digital era?
Wet and windy weather drives landscape photographers insane. Dennis Bromage had to make a decision during a trip to the Lake District under such conditions.
A photograph depicts a static, frozen instant in time. If deemed successful, it captures the ‘decisive moment’ – a definition that hints at the singular.
Our photographs are not our work alone, but the result of a collaborative effort made between us and the landscape, explains Rafael Rojas.
Ian Plant discusses Gestalt principles and concludes that the ability to master complex scenes is the hallmark of composition excellence.
Mike Bell explains the best exposure techniques for landscape photographers and reveals how to use the histogram for best results.
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Craig Bill showcases and explains why Thor’s Well, Cape Perpetua in Oregon, USA 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.
David Hay reviews the book that accompanies the 7th Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.