Exclusive interview with Steve Gosling, one of Britain’s leading black & white landscape photographers, taken by Keith Wilson for Landscape Photography Magazine.
Mark Hamblin provides some inspiration and advice on how and what landscape photographers can shoot when the weather turns ‘bad’.
Landscape photographer Sue Bishop visits Valencia in Spain to photograph almond blossom and supplies us with tips and techniques on photographing them.
A RAW file contains the unprocessed and uncompressed data from every pixel on the sensor. Mike Bell explains the pros of capturing images in RAW format.
Landscape photographer Cheryl Hamer was left speechless, watching Penmon Lighthouse emerge through the mist during a lovely spring morning on Anglesey.
Most people associate happiness with fleeting episodes of elation, but Guy Tal says contentment is a sustained state, a goal to be pursued in its own right.
How do you take the best landscape photographs you can? Do you go through the ‘masterpiece strategy?’ David Hay shares his experience.
Photography and sailboats are natural soul-mates. Ron Odenheimer explains how the slow life on board encourages one to linger and explore areas of interest.
A twin compilation of books published by the prolific author Michael Freeman; the first named The Photographer’s Eye and the second The Photographer’s Mind.
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Axel Kunstner showcases and explains why Nehren, Germany is his favourite photo location.
Erez Marom has ended up with a few unique photographs by ignoring the weather forecast. Should all landscape photographers do the same?
Supposedly there’s no such thing as the ‘wrong’ weather for landscape photography, but certain environmental conditions are certainly preferable to others.
You don’t need to point towards the sun to create a lovely sunset or sunrise photograph. Avoid the high contrast situations by facing away from the sun.
Landscape photography can enhance perception and imagination, open up a world of new possibilities, and also take us back to our ancestral roots.
Just before it gets completely dark, just before it gets bright; welcome to the twilight zone. Dennis Bromage reveals his love of twilight photography.
Starting to take photographs is not very different from starting to write, says Rafael Rojas. We practise, we copy, we compare and, finally, we develop.
Everyone wants to photograph gorgeous sunrise and sunset skies. So how does one get dramatic and colorful sunset or sunrise light? Ian Plant has the story.