Love them or hate them for many landscape photographers tripods are an essential bit of kit. But as advances in image stabilisation allow us to shoot handheld at ever slower shutter speeds are tripods becoming a thing of the past?
Switching to black and white can help you to create stunning landscape photographs. This easy to follow, practical advice will help you to improve your black and white landscape photography.
Do your images sometimes appear to be under or over exposed? Are you unsure how you can take full control of the exposure of your images? Switching to manual exposure mode could help you to get perfectly exposed images every time.
Do your landscape photographs sometimes appear soft? Are you unsure how to maximise image sharpness? Follow these steps to ensure that you get perfectly sharp images every time.
Shooting panoramas with the intention of cropping to a standard aspect ratio is a useful technique. In this article I describe how I got a shot of the River Brathay using the ‘Norman’ Method.
Are you a photographer? Do you need a website? Are you looking for a simple yet powerful content management system that will help you to build your photography website? Well look no further!
How I went about setting up my online store in order to sell some of my photos.
All RAW files benefit from post processing to some extend. In this article I share my Lightroom workflow for processing my landscape photographs.
Photography ‘rules’ can help us to create more balanced, visually pleasing images but they can also stifle creativity so it is important to know when to break them.