There are two official golden hours each day – the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset. In both cases, the sun is very low in the sky and casts a golden light over the landscape. In this tutorial we’ll show you a quick way to recreate this golden glow on the computer should you have not been fortunate enough to capture it in-camera.
Sometimes a spectacular image happens when you least expect it, allowing you to see a familiar photo location with fresh eyes. Professional photographer David Clapp explains how one of his most popular photos to date materialised out of thin air.
Using a polarizing filter in your landscape photography is a great way to darken skies and create images with real impact. These 4 tips for using a polarizing filter will help get you started right.
Keen to try your hand at aerial photography, but nervous about the cost? In this post we’ll show you an easy, cost-effective method of getting airborne so you can shoot landscape photography from a completely new angle. We’ll also show you how to track your aerial photos and include their exact location from the GPS track log, as well as what you’ll need for the shoot.
What’s the best way to carry a tripod when out on a long shoot? Here we show you three of the best techniques every professional photographer uses.
Want to get better at photographing snow? Here is a selection of our best tutorials on how to take pictures of snow, with tips on everything from exposure to keeping your camera safe.
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post our pro shows us how to slow down the image-making process and learn the subtleties of making beautiful fine art landscape photography.
Tired of losing detail in high-contrast conditions? Try these DSLR tips and learn how to use your camera’s lighting optimisation feature for preserving that detail in any situation you may find yourself.
You may think it seems counter-intuitive to shoot landscapes once the sun has disappeared and light levels drop, but night sky photography actually has a special quality that brings a completely new dimension to your images. Find out what secrets the pros use to take stunning moonlit landscapes.
Photographing snow brings a new challenge for many photographers, who struggle to take control of their camera’s metering system amid the winter landscape’s extreme contrast and reflective surfaces. Follow the camera tips below and you’ll soon feel confident exposing your winter landscape photography in any weather.