• Nikons landscape lens dilemma revisited

    Nikons landscape lens dilemma revisited

    Nov 6, 2016 - by Robert Rhead LRPS
    6

    It’s been almost two years since I posted an article describing the problem of many Nikon shooting landscape photographers, namely the inability to attach filters to the infamous Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 lens. At the time of writing the only options available were to buy into the Lee SW150 Mark 1…

    Read more
  • Getting the LRPS distinction from The Royal Photographic Society

    Getting the LRPS distinction from The Royal Photographic Society

    Jul 16, 2015 - by Robert Rhead LRPS
    11

    July 15th 2015 seemed like ages away as I finalised my application for the LRPS assessment of The Royal Photographic Society. The Licentiateship of the RPS (LRPS) is the first level of distinction provided by the society and is recognised throughout the world.

    Admittedly I have a…

    Read more
  • Dorset Landscape Photography Part 2

    Dorset Landscape Photography Part 2

    Jul 1, 2015 - by Robert Rhead LRPS
    1

    Tucked away on the Dorset coast near the small village of Worth Matravers lie the coves of Winspit and Seacombe, both rich in naval history, geological importance and landscape photography interest. Arriving an the public car park in the village centre, the coves can be accessed via a 30 minute…

    Read more
  • Dorset Landscape Photography Tour

    Dorset Landscape Photography Tour

    Jun 12, 2015 - by Robert Rhead LRPS
    1

    The time in my diary had been penciled in for a while and was the first chance in some weeks where other commitments were not going to slow my photographic activities, all that remained to be decided was the location. I?d been watching the weather closely prior to making my final decision. The…

    Read more
  • 7 tips to improve your landscape ?photography compositions

    7 tips to improve your landscape photography compositions

    May 20, 2015 - by Robert Rhead LRPS
    2

    Simplicity

    Simple is beautiful, simple is easily understood. Keeping your compositions clutter free will make it easy for the viewers eye to quickly understand the story you?re telling with the image. Identify the essential elements in the scene and compose to avoid everything that…

    Read more