We've covered a lot of tips and techniques all about landscape photography over the last year and as spring is (hopefully) on the way, more and more of you should be getting outdoors with your cameras. As a result, we've decided to look back at the landscape-themed articles published over the last year to see which were the most popular, hopefully giving you a landscape photography refresher lesson that'll give you the inspiration to get outside and shoot some landscapes yourself.
This popular article features a check-list of ten points you need to know before heading out to photograph landscapes. It includes tips on research, planning, gear and technique.
Robin Whalley gets his compact camera out to show that you don't always need a DSLR with a big lens to shoot professional-looking landscapes.
David Kaplan explains how to capture unforgetable views that will have you reaching for your camera as soon as you see them.
Shooting successful landscapes in black and white is not quite as easy as it might seem. But don't worry; Robin Whalley's here to help you out.
Want to learn how to shoot a lasting collection of spring landscapes before summer arrives? Take a look at John Gravett's tips.
John Gravett explains how shooting snow scenes in black & white can add so much more to an image.
Advice on how to position the horizon and how to make sure it's straight when shooting landscapes.
Award-winning landscape photographer, John Gravett tells us how we can capture the perfect landscape image.
Is there such thing as the wrong weather for photography? John Gravett finds out.
Can you not quite capture all the detail you want in your landscapes? See if HDR can help.