Stop chasing after things already photographed. Challenge yourself to see like nobody else has and you will earn well-deserved greatness and gratitude …
The Tenba Shootout looks like a durable camera bag and looks good with plenty of storage. However, is it a comfortable backpack and is it worth its price?
We all know what we want a tripod to be: solid, very sturdy and of high quality. So, we asked Mark Bauer to run a field test. Here are his thoughts.
The abnormal winter seems to have affected the entire USA to some degree. What does this mean for landscape photographers? Trevor Anderson has the story
Should we count on capturing images of a surprising and transient nature or should we plan every photoshoot beforehand?
Rafael Rojas asks which is more important for landscape photographers, whether our images have impact or whether that impact is short-lived or long-lasting?
For a photographer, light is your primary beneficiary and best friend. Study it whenever you can and project the lessons you learn onto your final images
A unique book exposing photographs that would otherwise have gone unnoticed, due to the political and financial problems surrounding the taking of them
Landscape photographer, Lizzie Shepherd, explains how the numerous types of birch trees in their various forms can capture a photographer’s heart
Ian Plant reveals why ultra wide-angle lenses are useful for landscape photographers who want to capture those moments when dramatic clouds fill the sky
There are many photographic styles and many ways that people express themselves via photography. David Hay asks, what type of photographer are you?
A travelling landscape photographer’s life can be full of exciting moments and rewards, but, as Erez Marom says, you have to be ready at a moment’s notice
Why don’t prints look exactly the same as the images on your screen? A computer screen is just a very different entity to a print, explains Dennis Bromage
Concentrate on getting the aesthetics right and make the most of those moments when you manage to combine them with originality, says Mark Bauer
Having a solid knowledge of composition is one of the most important aspects of creating strong landscape photographs. Alain Briot shares some advice
Deborah Hughes shares an experience that aside from the humbling, taught her much about
the tools and preparation needed to keep her safe when hiking alone