Announcing a New Landscape Photography Section!

Photography Life is excited to announce the creation of a new landscape photography section on the website! For years, one of the most important parts of Photography Life has been landscape photography, including dozens of guides, tutorials, and inspirational essays we’ve written along the way. And, as our website continues to grow, we wanted to make it easy for readers to find these articles as quickly as possible. In the upcoming weeks and months, keep an eye out for several new articles in this section (which will still appear on the main homepage, marked with a green landscape icon next to the title). We hope this will be a good way for you to find the most relevant content for your own photography! Here are some of the additional reasons we made this decision:

The new landscape logo.

The landscape section already has more than 100 articles — including more than 20 that are completely new. Over the next few weeks, we’ll schedule the newer landscape articles to appear on the home page so that you don’t miss any of the additional content. You may have noticed that we posted a few already!

A green square to indicate landscape articles.

Two things to ask: Are any readers interested in the ability to subscribe and receive email notifications only to the landscape section of Photography Life? And, are you interested in a similar section, but for other genres of photography as well, like wildlife or portraiture? Feel free to leave comments below if you have any other feedback, and we will take everything into consideration!

Lastly, perhaps you are one of the rare Photography Life readers who will remember the On the Road series of articles from August of 2016, which we wrote while filming our grand Landscape Photography Tutorial video. If so, thank you for your loyalty (and patience)! After more than two years of hard work, we are down to the final details. The complete, awesome video will be released within the next couple weeks. Stay tuned for that, and more exciting things to come.

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