The world’s landscapes have inspired painters and other artists for centuries, so it’s unsurprising that some of the forefathers of modern photography, such as Ansel Adams, Carleton Watkins and Edward Weston, readily embraced landscapes as worthwhile subjects to engage with.
Whether you want to shoot traditional representations of a scene or explore more experimental, contemporary techniques, it’s essential to have a solid understanding of the technical and creative approaches involved.
We’ve hand-picked a collection of the best landscape techniques articles from previous issues of Outdoor Photography to help you take your photography skills to the next level. The Essential Guide to Landscape Photography will help you master shooting sunrises to sunsets, coastlines to mountains and even the night sky to cloud formations. With in-depth guides from the pros about how they go about taking images that stand out from the crowd, you’ll discover plenty of tips to take out on location.