outdoor photography

5 Reasons Why Sunrise is the Best Time for Landscape Photography

5 Reasons Why Sunrise is the Best Time for Landscape Photography

The alarm calls can sound like torture, but there is a reason why so many landscape photographers continue to endure them and get up for sunrise. Why not just wait until sunset you ask? Well, there are five very good reasons why I prefer sunrise for landscape photography.

Behind the Lens - Matt Holland

Behind the Lens - Matt Holland

This week on Behind the Lens we meet Matt Holland, a full time creative and avid outdoor photographer based in Berkshire, United Kingdom. Matt's work has appeared in a number of respected publications and he has worked with international brands including Amstel and HTC. This week we look into the gorgeous woodland shot shown below and discuss his love of the outdoors.

Forget Rainy Day Projects - Here's Why You Should Be Photographing in Bad Weather

Forget Rainy Day Projects - Here's Why You Should Be Photographing in Bad Weather

Many websites list a bunch of photography projects to get started on on a rainy day. I would argue that staying inside on a rainy day is missing out on a potential photographic goldmine! Stormy weather can bring the most dramatic of conditions, and when the light breaks through it can turn a scene from impressive to awe inspiring.