Creating a diverse portfolio often involves experimenting with different light intensities. Trevor Anderson shares his advice for working with the intense light before and after the golden hour
Do you see faces in the clouds or in rock formations? This is known as pareidolia and, as Ian Plant argues, it can be a great strength to a landscape photographer
As soon as we start making images based on conventions, rules, guidelines or to conform to some societal standard, we are in a ‘box’. Is it time to break free from the ‘box’ mentality? Alister Benn offers some advice
Have you ever faced ‘artist’s block’? Most photographers do at some point and it can be very frustrating, but Rafael Rojas suggests that you embrace it as a period of gestation from which new ideas can emerge
Do photographers continue to develop as artists as they age? David Hay argues that we should continue to challenge ourselves creatively throughout our lives in order to continue producing great pictures
In the second part in his series on Triptychs, Alain Briot offers a few examples of the power of three images combined as a triptych in landscape and fine art photography
As photographers, we come across many areas that touch our hearts. For Ken Sklute, Monument Valley in Arizona is one of those places that every landscape photographer should visit at least once.
The first step to a successful photography trip is in its planning. In this article, Nicolas Alexander Otto some advice on the best ways to go about planning your next expedition
Do you dream of achieving the ultimate depth of field that masters such as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston displayed in their images? Paul Gallagher explains the outstanding qualities of tilt lenses.
As night sky photography becomes increasingly ubiquitous, so will these accessories and concepts. Bryan Cogdell explains why devices such as Star Adventurer can take your nightscapes to the next level.
Now that Fuji is offering a medium format version of its mirrorless camera, is it time to make the switch? Mark Bauer has put the Fujifilm GFX through its paces and lists the pros and cons of the system
David Hay reviews this new collection of Ansel Adams’ work. It is likely you are already very familiar with his images, but if not then this book might be a good introduction
How do you cope with the unwanted appearance of people in your landscapes? Andy Brown offers some techniques and advice on how to deal with your fellow humans
Do you want your landscape images to evoke a sense of mystery? Do you want them to suggest rather than state? Read on to Karl Holtby’s exquisite advice.