Issue 76 • June 2017
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
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
Over 1 billion people participated in Earth Day events this year. Earth Day Photo Project was our way of showcasing the importance of such event.
Every month we display the photographic work of an exceptional artist, display their exquisite…
Infrared photography can bring a whole new dimension to your landscape photography, but where should you start? Michael Pilkington has a few pointers to offer
The story behind this beautiful picture of Coffin Mountain, Oregon, USA by Landscape Photography Magazine reader Chris Anderson from the USA.
Ice is a great subject for landscape photographers, and where in the world is better to shoot it than in Iceland? Kirk Norbury is a regular visitor and in this article describes his first trip
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…
Andy Brown urges you to make sure you learn and understand the settings of your camera and how best to use it, so you know how to use them once you are in the field
A winter storm was hitting the east coast of Scotland so I decided to go to the Fife fishing village of St Monans to capture some of the drama.
Mt St Helens offers an enriching experience and a plethora of photographic opportunities from its two observatories. Trevor Anderson shares his experiences at each of these locations
As photographers, we are often taught not to make our compositions symmetrical, but David Hay argues that symmetry can be beautiful and we should embrace it
QT Luong has been photographing America’s national parks for over 20 years, using large format equipment. This book was expected to be spectacular; here’s David Hay with the review
In the latest in his series on abstraction, Alain Briot gives some amazing examples of the technique being used in practice
Spring is one of the most beautiful times of year, with plenty of opportunities for photography. Adam Burton, for one, can’t wait, and tells us what he is particularly looking forward to
The macro effect is very popular in photography, but there is more than one way to achieve the effect. Jose Antunes describes how he achieves it with a very long lens
How many times have you thought about making a photography trip, but then put it off? Ian Plant urges you to go ahead and plan it because otherwise it may never happen!
A trip to the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye did not take Alister Benn long to get to, but it gave him time to reflect on the topic of creative epiphanies. He shares his thoughts in this month’s article
Great photographs don’t always require the best scenery; Rafael Rojas explains how sometimes you just need to spend time gaining a resonance with your current location and following your instincts