Mark Littlejohn offers some advice on composition to make sure you get the best possible shots.
Set on the north Norfolk coast, Holkham Bay offers a varied landscape, as Jon Gibbs explains
For many years, I lugged around a very large and extremely heavy backpack loaded with medium-format and 35mm cameras and lenses. It wasn’t unusual for…
Mark Littlejohn explains how shooting landscapes at f/5.6 has produced some of his favourite photos.
Flanked by dramatic cliffs, this Jurassic Coast outcrop in Dorset is well worth the effort, as Mark Bauer explains
The appearance of snowdrops is a sign that spring is on its way, but photographing them has unique challenges, as Robert Canis explains
In almost every article written about the art of landscape photography technique, we are told that foreground is key and that it is the most…
Neist Point lighthouse on the Isle of Skye sits on a dramatic cliff-top location, as Jeremy Walker reveals
Sitting along the Jurassic Coast, Kimmeridge Bay has plenty to offer the landscape photographer, as Jeremy Walker explains
Here are some ideas for staying warm and dry this winter while out and about taking pictures
Perched on the edge of the north Kent coast, Reculver Castle is an imposing spot, as Robert Canis explains
The winter months can provide impressive weather, you just need to keep your eyes open. In this article we show you how to photograph mist
A visual feast throughout the UK, waterfalls are fantastic natural features to photograph. Jeremy Walker looks at the best ways of photographing waterfalls.
Need some tips for getting the most out of your Autumn photography. We asked a range of experts for their best advice. Jeremy Walker Jeremy…
A seemingly ordinary woodland can be transformed into a magical place, as Russ Barnes discovers in his advice on photographing woodland
When it comes to drama, natural beauty and sheer variety of subject matter, the coastline is hard to beat as a photographic location. Lee Frost…
If you want a dramatic coastline, the St Abb’s Head reserve in the Scottish Borders is a great location, as Jon Gibbs explains.
Connect with the landscape and your images will be all the better for it, as Paul Sanders explains.
Top darkroom printer Tim Rudman has produced a book about Iceland that’s been eight years in the making. He talks to Steve Fairclough about how…
Jeremy Walker shows how the contre-jour technique (shooting into the light) can breathe new life into your landscapes