Brandon Yoshizawa offers some guidelines to help landscape photographers produce stunning images of the galaxy that contains our Solar System, the Milky Way
The life of a working nature photographer has changed. The days of funded commissions are long gone, but the merits of working to a brief remain worthwhile.
What lenses do I need for landscape photography? There is no simple answer but there are a number of factors to take into consideration, explains Mike Bell.
Nigel Turner made his home in the American Southwest over 20 years ago. He explains why he will never tire of photographing the Utah and Arizona wilderness
While judgment and experience undoubtedly play their parts, a good landscape photographer takes nothing for granted, says Andy Brown.
Kathleen Clemons talks to Landscape Photography about her fascinating journey to becoming the superb Fine Art Nature Photographer that she is today.
Dennis Bromage takes us to Elgol on the Isle of Skye and explains why this picture bathed in stunning light has become his all time favourite.
Time and again I find that once a certain level of technical competence is accomplished, progress in any creative pursuit has less to do with changes in …
A snowfall provides a chance to photograph the most visited landmarks in a different guise. Keith Wilson captures an historic corner of London turned white.
Deborah Hughes tested the Cotton Carrier camera vest. But with a variety of camera carrying systems on the market, was it up to her expectations?
Rafael Rojas explains why he loves landscapes where space and emptiness abound, the sublime outweighs the superficially beautiful and silence replaces noise
Landscape photography is a challenging pursuit. In order to capture those special moments we need to develop location skills, Adam Burton explains.
To master photographic composition, a landscape photographer must learn to recognize and establish relationships between shapes; Ian Plant explains.
Erez Marom shares a personal story of binging on the professional photographer’s lifestyle, the problems it has caused him and what he has learned from it.
Photographers need to employ various techniques to make sure a two-dimensional photograph looks as three-dimensional as possible, David Hay explains.
Golden larch trees and dramatic mountains in the North Cascades of Washington State create the perfect scene for landscape photography, says Trevor Anderson
Some locations may appear chaotic and uninspiring at first glance. However, if you can create an image out of chaos, you can create one out of anything.
Alain Briot shares some advice on subjects to discuss with other photographers, that will potentially help you improve your vision for landscape photography
This book is packed with information that will allow you to get to the most photogenic locations in the Lake District quickly, but is it worth the price?
There are two bridges that connect Anglesey with the rest of the UK. Cheryl Hamer explains why she finds the Britannia Bridge so fascinating during sunset.