Popular viewpoints can be busy, but it is important that everyone gets along. Adam Burton gives some tips on etiquette to ensure everyone gets the pictures.
When composing a landscape photograph, focusing on a single feature can be a powerful technique. Fran Halsall offers a number of examples of this simplicity.
The will to succeed can be the difference between a good image and an amazing one, but how do we maintain that willpower? Alister Benn provides some advice
Photography can be a difficult pastime. However, Nicholas Alexander Otto claims that photographers should be prepared to suffer more for their art
Sean Bagshaw is a photographer well known for his expedition and adventure images as well as his popular online tutorials. Interview by Tiffany Reed Briley.
In the latest part of his series on photo projects, Alain Briot looks at how to make your projects unique by improving your creativity.
If we are hunters, then landscapes are our prey. David Hay dives into this comparison and elaborates on the strategies of photography
Interview with landscape photographer Joel Grimes from USA. The interview was taken by Tiffany Reed Briley and is sponsored by Really Right Stuff.
For most of us, having our artwork hung in art galleries is the holy grail of landscape photography. Tiffany Reed Briley shares some advice.
Postcards have fallen out of fashion in recent times, but Rafael Rojas argues that they still have a role to play for modern photographers
The popularity of Plateau Light is proven by the fact that it is has been reprinted three times, most recently in 2013. But is it still up to date?
Sean Scott reveals to Tiffany Reed Briley about photographing under the water, starting a gallery business and staying passionate about creating art.
Mt. Rainier presents many photographic opportunities from higher perspectives. Trevor Anderson shares where to best capture the dramatic light from above
The best images are the ones that are hard to get. Ian Plant suggests bearing in mind the motto of the US postal service, striving against all obstacles.
Low light photography requires a lot of practice, but when mastered it can give highly dramatic results. Andy Brown shares some tips on how to get it right