OP's December issue: what's in store

OP's December issue: what's in store

Spanish landscape photographer David Frutos Egea on his minimalist approach.

Landscape guru Greg Whitton on the realities of getting good exposures in the field.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year: our pick of the winners.

Fergus Kennedy puts the Olympus Tough TG-6 to the test.

 

OP's October issue: what's in store

OP's October issue: what's in store

Fine art photographer Anthony Lamb on the power of simplicity.

Lee Acaster advises on taking great black & white landscapes.

David Noton on shooting outside the golden hours.

Fergus Kennedy puts the Ricoh GR III to the test.

 

Where in the World? OP 247

Where in the World? OP 247

If you can identify the location of this stunning coastal inlet image taken by Panasonic LUMIX brand ambassador Jim Cossey, you could win a superb Panasonic LUMIX FZ1000 II camera, worth £749!

Deadline for entry is midnight on 11 September 2019.

Image © Shutterstock.com

OP's August issue: what's in store

OP's August issue: what's in store

Polar photographer Florian Ledoux on working in the planet’s most extreme locations.

Travel photographer Simon Migaj on his eye for unusual images

Pete Bridgwood hands control to Lady Luck

Fergus Kennedy puts the Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II to the test.

 

Harry Cory Wright: Place and Line

Harry Cory Wright: Place and Line

Atlas Gallery is delighted to announce a collaboration with Suffolk’s renowned centre of music, Snape Maltings, in hosting the work of British landscape photographer Harry Cory Wright in the exhibition Place and Line.

Seeking Sounds – Niall Benvie

Seeking Sounds - Niall Benvie

If a picture is worth one thousand words, what is the value of a sound recording? Niall Benvie explores the importance of audible experiences in relation to the landscape and the wildlife that inhabits it.