Issue 73 • March 2017
Issue 73 March 2017 of Landscape Photography Magazine
For some, capturing a wide view of a scene can be easy. But for others, as Stan Moniz explains, it can be frustrating and difficult
In her series on running a photography business, Tiffany Reed Briley makes some suggestions on how to increase your exposure
Karen Hutton is the latest photographer to face our questions. Read on to find out why she loves France so much, and where she thinks are the best places
Showcasing the superb portfolio of Jeffery P Waldorff, an exceptional landscape and outdoor photographer and asking a handful of questions.
Is there a major difference between the various printing labs when it comes to picture printing quality and services they offer? Tiffany Reed Briley tests
The story behind this beautiful picture of East Glacier National Park, USA by landscape photography magazine reader James Lorentson from the USA.
Mark Metternich is a renowned and extremely passionate landscape photographer. In his interview with Tiffany Reed Briley he discusses his inspirations
We just had our first real rain for a while. This was a good opportunity to go out and capture these waterfalls, the beautiful fall colors were welcome also
Horia Bogdan visits Ullsfjorden Fjord and examines the passing of time through some remarkable hidden rock formations.
Landscape photography can be gruelling, so why do we put up with the early mornings and bad weather? Mark Bauer examines his own motivations
Rafael Rojas has released a new book, “Timeless”, of images of Venice captured using black and white film. David Hay has the review
Andy Brown explains how you can use the exposure bracketing technique to achieve better dynamic range in order to create more pleasing landscape photographs
Have you ever felt the need to write a statement to explain your work to others? Rafael Rojas suggests not to, just let your work speak for itself instead
Do you get frustrated when others don’t understand or appreciate what you are trying to achieve with your photography? Alister Benn offers advice
Winter in the mountains brings many unique patterns and an amazing quality of light. Getting out on the open slopes at higher elevations, however, can be a bit challenging. Trevor Anderson explains
Having a person in a landscape photograph can really bring it to life, but what do you do if there is no-one else around? Ian Plant suggests putting yourself in it!
In the second part of his series on abstraction, Alain Briot discusses how to go about creating abstract photographs, starting with the selection of a…
Digital cameras have given us a lot of power and a wealth of features, but at the expense of added complexity. David Hay looks back to a simpler time…