Issue 75 • May 2017
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
What is so intriguing and exciting about the Outer Banks of Cape Hatteras National Seashore that makes it Mark VanDyke’s favorite of all time?
Showcasing the superb portfolio of Steven Friedman, an exceptional landscape and outdoor photographer and asking a handful of questions.
Unlike many landscape photographers, Doug Chinnery isn’t a fan of image sharpness or pre-visualisation. Interview by Kieth Wilson
The story behind this beautiful picture of Mount Hood, Trillium Lake, Oregon, USA by Landscape Photography Magazine reader Candice Watson from the USA.
Towering mountains, thunderstorms, lakes, rivers and landscapes dripping with breathtaking light. Joshua Cripps shares with us his extraordinary adventure.
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…
Editing digital photographs is one of the most complex aspects of landscape photography. Here, David Hay reviews Jeff Schewe’s new book on how to get…
Just 50 minutes’ drive from Queenstown over the magnificent Crown Range, Wanaka perfectly complements neighbouring Queenstown.
In the latest edition of her series on photographing trees, Lizzie Shepherd looks at the photogenic sweet chestnut tree and reports on its photogenic nature
Arrowleaf Balsamroot are a stunning reminder of the beauty of spring in Eastern Washington. Trevor Anderson shares the ins and outs on how to photograph these beautiful wild flowers
Do you always try to cram as much content into your pictures as possible? Andy Brown offers advice on how to incorporate negative space…
The Kharta Valley has some of the world’s greatest views. In this article, Alister Benn gives an inspiring account of his visit, and offers pointers…
Do you take lots of photographs, hoping one of them will turn out well? Rafael Rojas encourages you to take a step back and to spend time thinking…
David Hay reminds us to consider the impact we might be having on others, their property and the environment, while we seek to photograph our versions of the iconic locations we admire
In this part of his series on abstract photographs, Alain Briot explains why we should suspend disbelief when viewing an abstract image and the effects this action could have on us, the viewer
We all need to know how to make our images compelling. Ian Plant discusses a number of composition techniques that can help you connect with the viewer both emotionally and visually