Landscape photography is one of the most popular photographic subjects and there are superb images everywhere to inspire us. But there are a few pitfalls that can trouble even experienced photographers.
Don’t despair, though; our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, has put together a list of the most common landscape photography mistakes every photographer is guilty of at one point or another, and has some great advice to help you avoid any landscape errors in the future.
In our latest photography cheat sheet we show how clouds can diffuse sunlight to create different effects depending on their size when using natural light.
Wandering through woodland in summer, who can fail to be inspired by these colossal natural structures towering high above? Yet trying to convey this through our images is a challenge and one that is not easy to meet. In this tutorial, seasoned pro Mark Hamblin shares some of his best forest photography tips for capturing the enchanting essence of your local woodland.
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post our pro takes our apprentice on a sunrise photography shoot on the stunning Dorset coast.
In-camera technique is, of course, important. But your prowess in the digital darkroom is increasingly important to the success of your images and crafting a look that defines you as an artist. And this is especially true with landscapes. In our latest photo editing guide we offer 14 photo editing tricks and tips that every landscape photographer must know.
In the third part of our Shoot Like A Pro series on how to photograph any subject you want we take a closer look at the best camera settings for landscape photography. While you’ll often have time to experiment with camera settings when shooting landscapes, it’s still good to have a starting point. In this week’s guide we’ll show you how to set up your camera to achieve maximum depth of field, shoot a sunrise or sunset and add motion blur to subjects like moving water.
In our latest Photo Anatomy post we look back at one of the most famous images by one of the world’s most famous active photographers. Ghost Trees At Dawn looks like a painting, but this is a genuine photograph of trees in the Namibian desert. The legendary Frans Lanting tells us how he did it.
Dawn is one of the golden hours for photographers, and in this quick guide professional photographer Mark Hamblin shares his best golden hour photography tips for making dawn landscapes that sparkle.
Taking pictures of flowers in a controlled environment such as still life photography, or even in the confines of your garden is one thing. But learning how to photograph flowers in the wild presents a whole number of new challenges. In this quick guide we show you how to think about the light and how to experiment with the look and feel of your pictures.
In our new Sunday series on Digital Camera World, we select pictures by famous photographers and explain point by point what makes them work.
In our latest instalment award-winning landscape photographer Antony Spencer reveals the artistic choices and photographic techniques he used to create this amazing landscape image.