Every continent, country and region in the world has magnificent landscapes to photograph. Every season, climate and time of day has its own unique quality. This practical book describes how best to look at a scene and work with the elements within it to produce images that really encapsulate those elements and describe in visual terms the expanse, depth and beauty of a place. Explains how a digital camera produces a good landscape photograph, advises on themes, composition, selection, lighting and the use of software in the digital darkroom, and is illustrated with stunning photographs that show how the elements within a landscape, the changing seasons and the light combine to give the scene its feel and emotive quality. Aimed at photographers, travellers and journalists, and superbly illustrated with 213 stunning colour photographs.