With the nights drawing in, photographers can make the most of the low light conditions by getting out with your camera to capture glowing sunsets, inky blue moonlit skies and atmospheric stormy scenes. Below we’ve offered our best low-light photography tips for capturing beautiful winter seascapes.
Our new winter landscape photography cheat sheet presents four handy flowcharts which take you step-by-step through how to compose for winter landscapes, and then how to fine tune your exposure for snow, extreme contrast and bright skies.
In the latest installment of our DIY Photography Hacks series, we show you how to keep your camera clean and spotless with a handy, homemade brush which you can carry anywhere.
If the corners or edges of your images sometimes appear much darker than the rest of the frame, vignetting is probably the culprit. Vignetting is aberration that occurs when less light reaches the corners of the camera’s sensor, and in the resulting image these areas are more under-exposed (or darker) than the centre. In this post we show you some simple ways to banish it forever.
As our Shoot Like A Pro series on landscape photo ideas continues, this week we take a look at how to take creative pictures of mountains and hills. We’ll give you our best photography tips for emphasising the grandeur of mountain ranges and how to use hills as the perfect backdrop for creative landscape photos.
As our Shoot Like A Pro series on landscape photo ideas continues, this week we take a look at woodland landscapes. Dark, shady forests and woods are full of detail and shapes. But you don’t have to capture this detail for effective woodland images. Below are some of our best landscape photography tips for shooting [...]
Follow our simple steps below and learn how to stitch two photos together to create a vertorama image, or vertical panorama, which gives you the best possible image quality in your landscape photos.
As our Shoot Like A Pro series continues, we move on from our month of outdoor portrait photography tips to a new month of looking at some of exciting, new landscape photography ideas for bagging creative photos in a range of different settings. This week we take a look at how to shoot rivers, waterfalls and lakes.
Many famous photographers talk about ‘pre-visualising’ your image, but what does that really mean? And how does it apply to landscape photography, when so many elements are beyond your control?
In our latest photography cheat sheet, we explain some of the key ingredients of good landscape photography and how to train yourself to think about them before you take a shot.
In our latest DIY Photography Hacks post we show you how to stay dry in the rain with a simple umbrella holder to mount on your tripod.