Simplifying Composition in Landscape Photography

If there is one thing I say to all students who attend my landscape photography workshops, it is – keep it simple. But keeping it simple seems to be one of the hardest thing for digital photographers to do. Let me explain. About 5 years ago, the majority of students attending my workshops would turn … Read more

Shooting snow scenes

If ever there was a time to capture winter wonderful landscape photographs in winter, it’s when there’s a blanket of crisp white snow covering the land, but it’s important to make sure you use the right techniques to capture snow scenes at their best. Which gear? As with any classic landscape, the aim is to … Read more

The Rule of Thirds

The “rule of thirds” is to all intents, a simplified version of an ancient design principle known as the “Golden Mean”. The rule of thirds is not so much a rule as more of a guideline to aid composition, and it is particularly favoured in the field of landscape photography. To apply the rule of … Read more