The story behind this beautiful picture of Blea Tarn, Lake District, England by Landscape Photography Magazine reader Simon Owens from the UK.
This photo was taken in a local area of woodland at Rothwell, Lincolnshire, England in the Lincolnshire Wolds. I was instantly struck by the variety…
Columbia River Gorge, Ruckel Creek Falls and Multnomah Falls. These are some of Oregon’s inspirational hotspots that keep photographers going back time and again. Brian Matiash explains why
The weather seems promising and you look forward to your next nightscape shoot. However, have you thought of all the things you need to prepare for it?
Wildlife guide and professional photographer Keith Connelly discusses a variety of ways to create emotive wildlife pictures with deep connection
The story behind this beautiful picture of Coffin Mountain, Oregon, USA by Landscape Photography Magazine reader Chris Anderson from the USA.
I Visited Colywell bay which is a small bay at Seaton Sluice on North Tyneside in England with a group of friends one evening recently…
Breathtaking views, extraordinary Canadian nature, big starry skies and even aurora. All this and much more can be experienced and photographed around Assiniboine. Marc Muench explains
Seeking inspiration for extraordinary wildlife destinations? Wildlife photographer and tour leader Mark Sisson lists must-see bucket list locations
Chris Hendren has had a lifelong fascination with the stars which has become a bit of a photographic obsession. Here he explains why after all the heavy equipment he used so far, he now enjoys a lightweight system
The story behind this beautiful picture of Mount Hood, Trillium Lake, Oregon, USA by landscape photography magazine reader Candice Watson from the USA.
The last few autumn leaves cling to the branches in a grove of cottonwood as Yosemite Valley prepares for winter. The following day winter indeed arrived…
Budding wildlife photographer Ashleigh Scully talks lenses, ethics and mentors in this quick fire interview
As landscape photographers, we are always desperate to achieve the greatest sharpness and depth of field; in fact, the best…
Photographing the night sky is not easy task. However, with a bit of help and advice from Keith Briley, things can start looking a lot brighter