When you are living the dream, there are prices to pay. However for Dimitri Vasileiou, little can compare to the excitement of discovering a new location
The elegant ash tree provides photographic opportunities all year round. However, this underrated icon of the English countryside is facing a serious threat
Keith Briley has never felt inclined to use a camera strap, until the Black Rapid Yeti landed on his doorstep. Here is his review of the Yeti.
The Schneider PC-TS Super-Angulon 4.5 / 28 HM Aspheric lens is not for the feint-hearted. Keith Briley puts it to the test, here’s his review.
Reflections can add a dash of color and impressionism to an image. Used creatively, they can transform your photographs into something special and unique
Do you enjoy photographing from the comfort of an airliner passenger window? Carolyn Bell shares some valuable advice that will make your photos stand out
What does it take to truly become a master of your craft? Rafael Rojas explores the events that lead to the necessary personal growth for a photographer
The fewer pictures you take, and the fewer pictures you keep, the better photographer you become. Erez Marom explains the reasons for this theory
David Hay explains how unusual weather can add something extra to our landscape photographs and make them stand out from the crowd
Do you want to precisely represent what you see in front of you, or express something of your own creative mind in your work?
French Fine Art Landscape Photographer, Alain Briot, talks to Landscape Photography about manipulating his images and the key to commercial success
Even when you have the perfect picture planned, the elements can still work against you. But a flexible approach could lead to an unexpected result
Adam Burton reveals the best time of year to visit Yosemite National Park in order to fully appreciate the vistas made famous by Ansel Adams
This collection of Icelandic landscapes, by Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir, demonstrates that a unique personal vision is more memorable than technical perfection
Peaking wildflowers and 90-degree temperatures in June! Trevor Anderson shares his experiences from an ever-changing weather system in the Cascade Mountains