If it’s raining, photography lives on. Some great tips here to ensure you get the best from shooting outdoors in overcast (and/or wet) conditions. Sometimes bad weather creates opportunity for some highly creative shooting and when the storm has past, little gems can pop up when you least expect them too.
Getting your landscape photographs out of your computer and onto a wall is extremely satisfying. Here’s a great guide to printing landscape photographs
The history of landscape photography is a fascinating journey into the evolution of the craft and enables you to contextualize your own style. Enjoy
The Iceland landscape is famous for its gorgeous waterfalls, mountains, glaciers, icebergs and if you are lucky you can capture the Northern Lights too. Iceland is certainly one of the most amazing countries for landscape photography. It’s useful to know that the Northern Lights appear from September until April – but February to March, and September […]
One of the amazing natural phenomena that photographers love to capture is the Alpenglow. Here we explain the Alpenglow and, of course, how to photograph it
Deserts get a bad rap. People like sand, but most people only like the sand found on beaches. No one likes the desert. Deserts are hot and barren, so it’s understandable why they don’t usually make the top ten vacation destinations. Deserts do, however, present a great deal of visual intrigue; they may be somewhat […]