In today’s digital world, it is easy to forget that ‘less is more’. Peter Cairns explains why the best photographers must learn to be ruthless editors too
Are you looking for a unique new way to display your landscape photographs? Keith Briley gets to grips with a 3D Art Wall from Avenue Artwork.
It is fair to say that Ansel Adams accomplished greater fame and recognition than any photographer in history. He made great contributions to both the art and …
Trevor Anderson recalls photographing magical and unpredictable conditions, such as the stunning light displays caused by thunderstorms near Mount Rainier
Landscape photographer, Beata Moore, took a trip to the Isle of Harris, off the coast of Scotland. She found it a remarkable and intriguing location…
A quality tripod and ball head are necessary to a landscape photographer. Keith Briley puts the Giottos YTL 8314 Tripod & MH 1300-657 Ball Head to the test.
For landscape photographers, travel and photography go hand in hand. However, although the two are related, they are not necessarily dependent on one other
Technical competence can be learned by almost anyone, but what makes a photograph a work of art?
Keith Wilson takes a memorable train journey on a scenic line, less than 40km long, in the rainforest of far north Queensland
Photographing extreme environments can often lead to unnerving situations. Erez Marom recalls a challenging hike to a cave in Iceland
High mountains, black sand dunes, rocky landscapes and coastline ideal for long exposures. Beata Moore takes us on a photographic journey to Tenerife
It is no secret that rainbows make fantastic landscape photographs, but how do you truly capture their magic? Ian Plant shares some invaluable advice
Andy Brown shares his advice for achieving front-to-back sharpness in your landscape photographs
Every photographer suffers from creative block from time to time. Alain Briot discusses the various types of blocks and shares advice on how to remedy them
Seascapes have become one of the most popular choices for landscape photographers. David Hay recalls a trip to Santorini to capture the perfect image
Sublime Nature is a collection of film and digital images by some of the National Geographic Society’s world-class photographers. David Hay has the review
With the perfect composition of his favourite location fixed in his mind’s eye, all Dennis Bromage needed to do now was wait for the perfect light to match