Painted pictographs, on canyon walls and flat rock surfaces, are all artifacts of early human storytelling, just like today’s landscape photography.
Sand dunes present endless opportunities for landscape photography, which require you to focus no less on your artistic composition skills than on technique
A good tripod is an essential part of landscape photography, but which one do you choose? Mike Bell offers some excellent advice
Fisheye lenses could initially appear to be a gimmic to be used in landscape photography, but Alain Briot says they allow him to further express his vision
Few things are as troubling to a budding photographic artist as experiencing prolonged periods when our work persistently fails to satisfy. Guy Tal calls this ‘Creative Block’
Landscape Photography Magazine reader Dorcas Eatch showcases and explains why Swaledale, Yorkshire Dales is her favourite photo location
Some of Anglesey’s most dramatic coastal scenery is at South Stack Lighthouse near Holyhead Mountain, says landscape photographer Cheryl Hamer
David Hay reviews The Art of the Photograph and asks, although this beautifully illustrated book is not written by Art Wolfe, is it still worth purchasing?
Digital photographers have the luxury of deciding whether a landscape image should be in colour or B+W after they have taken it. So, how do you choose?
Are plants and flowers a valid subject for landscape photography? Keith Wilson shares his views
We often associate waterfall and forest photography with evenly-lit overcast conditions, but photographing them under sunny conditions can also be rewarding
Many locations around the world offer outstanding opportunities for winter photography, but few can compare to the delights that Yellowstone provides
Dimitri Vasileiou visited Cove Bay on the Moray coast in Scotland, to find out if it holds up to its reputation as a top location for landscape photography
Dennis Bromage offers an insight into the two schools of thought on digital photography; ‘get it right on camera’ versus ‘fix it later in Photoshop’
Our eyes are influenced by pattern, rhythm and repetition. Move around a potential scene and patterns will reveal themselves to landscape photographers
Landscape photographer Alister Benn reveals the results of a fisheye lens and Hemi Photoshop plugin combination that have particularly impressed him
Ted Leeming & Morag Paterson review a selection of waterproof jackets, to stop landscape photographers from getting caught out in unexpected showers!
There is a certain trend nowadays for displaying large size photographic prints, the larger the better. They can be impressive – but is big always better?
A landscape photograph should indeed be unique, but there are many ways to showcase your individual style, explains Erez Marom