We can achieve balanced exposures in landscape photography in various ways. However Dennis Bromage’s favourite way is to use the humble ND graduated filters
The Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM is the only lens of its kind on the market, but does it produce high quality images at all focal lengths and all apertures?
The majority of landscape photographers live in or near a town or city and yet, few have taken cityscape pictures. Ohad Redlich has put together a guide …
Beata Moore is trying to portray the beauty of light, water and movement, by creating watercolours that carry her own trademark and style
Read Deborah Hughes’ exclusive interview with prolific photographer and friend of Ansel Adams, John Flannery, who lost the majority of his work in a fire
Flexibility is one of the greatest assets we can have as photographers. Being flexible in your thinking will ensure that every photography trip is memorable
Some photographers allow their cameras to become an extension of their bodies and souls, producing work that talks about the artist as much as the landscape
Does striving for perfection in your photography help improve or hinder your pursuit for top quality images? Is there such a thing as a perfect photograph?
Every other landscape photographer has images of iconic locations. Is it time to start shooting changing landscapes made of fire, sand and ice instead?
Creativity emerges from curiosity, blossoms with experimentation, and thrives on devotion – which is just a fancy way of saying practice makes perfect!
Your landscape pictures should be like a well-written piece of prose and the narrative should be clear, says Andy Brown
Art can play two distinct roles in the life of an artist. It can be a goal and it can be a means to other things. As a goal, art is about the making of things. As a means …
David Hay reveals how to make your landscape photographs as interesting as possible by choosing the most striking subjects
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Sonia Masarova showcases and explains why Kiama, New South Wales is her favourite photo location
The Isle of Uist is one of Dimitri Vasileiou’s favourite places in Scotland. In this article he explains why he loves the Hebridean Isles.
One of the most valuable benefits of shooting in RAW instead of jpeg mode for landscape photographers, is the ability to alter white balance afterwards
At a time when many have a camera and access to software, creating good photographs is no longer enough to stand out amongst the multitude of photographers
Running a photo workshop at the Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, Adam Burton felt like all elements were against him; here is his story