The Redwood Forest in California has some of the largest trees in the world. Sapna Reddy gives her insider advice on how to photograph this land of giants.
There is a secret in the world of photography: Photoshop is an essential part of processing pictures. Adam Burton breaks the taboo and discusses it openly
Canon Explorer of Light, Jennifer Wu, shares her love for photography, the way she researches for locations and her post process techniques.
Kathleen Clemons shares tips, suggestions and suggestions on how to use a lensbaby lens to improve your flower photography.
Some people think they need to suffer for their art in order to make it worthy. Rafael Rojas offers an opposing view, that photographs should be created with love and enjoyment
Landscape photographer Kathryn Dyer shares her tips, guides, advice and suggestions that will help you run a very successful Instagram account.
Tom Mackie talks to Keith Wilson about the changes from large format to digital and reveals his plans to bring his popular photo workshops to Australia and New Zealand
When a trip to Mt. Baker looked like it was going to be unsuccessful due to the weather, Trevor Anderson switched to a long lens instead.
Dimitri Vasileiou encourages us to carry on trying new things every day and not to worry about getting things ‘wrong’.
Beech trees are very common in the UK, and you will certainly have taken photographs of them, but how much do you know about them?
Interview with landscape and outdoor photographer Chris McLennan from New Zealand. This interview is sponsored by Bay Photo. Interview by Tiffany Reed Briley.
Taking the chance to properly review and double check an image before leaving a scene can prevent moments being lost forever. Andy Brown offers this month’s tip
Landscape photography is often seen as stretching vistas and wide-angle scenes, but Ian Plant suggests you should also take some time to find the smaller features in the scene
Digital collages are a very common way of creating images larger than your lens can capture. Alain Briot compares the tools available for creating these images in Lightroom and Photoshop
Photography can be an inherently personal pursuit. Karen Hutton discusses some of the decisions every photographer has to make in order to find his or her own voice
An eminent American landscape photographer and a writer have come together to release a book about America’s National Parks
Most photography involves trying to get the camera as stable as possible, but with ICM you move the camera on purpose. David Hay discusses how to use this technique