A summer trip to the Lake District seemed like a good opportunity for a wild camp to photograph a view of Wast Water and Scafell Pike, although it didn’t quite go to plan.
My favourite low-cost photography accessory comes not from the photography world but from painters.
Many landscape photographers shy away from taking photos on cloudy days. That’s a great shame because taking photos on overcast days can be really rewarding.
One of the most challenging aspects of being a landscape photographer is judging the success of your own work. I was reminded of this conflict during a trip to Snowdonia to photograph Cadair Idris.
There are tons of mobile apps for photographers but only some of them are really useful for landscape photography. I use 10 apps regularly and most of them are free so I’ve put together a list to share with you.
Some of my pictures are the result of a single outing and others have involved months of effort in planning and making multiple trips. This is the story of one such image, of the Cobb in Lyme Regis.
On a tight budget? Want a cheap Arca-Swiss compatible alternative to the JOBY Ballhead X? The Andoer ball head could be the answer.
In autumn last year I visited the Lake District for four days. It was a brief visit but I planned to pack in as much photography as possible. The last time I’d photographed the fells was four years prior so I was really looking forward to being back, particularly to see the autumn colours.