The first photograph on a trip can be difficult. Adam Burton shares a trip to Jasper National Park where he thought a shot of Pyramid Lake might elude him.
Photographing coastal landscapes under a variety of conditions can be extremely challenging. Mark Hamblin shares some advice on capturing the coastal mood.
Karen Hutton is a Professional Fujifilm-X Photographer and has been featured in Talks at Google and Photo Plus Expo. Karen lives in the Sierra Nevada mountains…
What is the second most invaluable skill for landscape photographers to acquire? Karen Hutton encourages you to invest in your writing ability.
Getting the best early morning photographs from remote locations can be an adventure. David Hay describes such an expedition at the Dolomite Mountains.
It’s important to have good photo back-up systems in place. Ian Plant shares the tools he uses to prevent losing any of his unpolished landscape photographs.
Black and white photography is enjoying a renaissance in the digital era. Rafael Rojas shares tools and techniques that will raise the quality of your work.
Poor lighting doesn’t have to lead to poor photos! Dimitri Vasileiou captured some great images on a trip to the Lake District when the sun didn’t appear.
Trevor Anderson made the most of the scant opportunities this winter to go on a photography expedition to Mt Rainier and came back with a surprise.
Andy Brown reveals why you should use RAW and how the resulting advantages can provide you with far greater control over your images.
This month Erez Marom discusses the logistics of aerial photography in terms of technique and parameters.
In the second part of this series, Alain Briot explores how to develop a personal style for your landscape photography.
Neil Simmons is a photographer raised in Santa Cruz County, California. Here he explains why he enjoys the challenge of getting the shot while …
From selecting the most interesting subject to finding the best light, Fran Halsall guides you through the process of forest photography
Giannis Gogos shares the extraordinary photographic opportunities from his hometown of Thrace, a historic region of Greece steeped in history and myths
Rafael Rojas discusses how to choose the right photography tours and workshops for you and explains how to make the most of them