UKClimbing and UKHillwalking are proud to announce the category finalists for the 2020 Marmot Photography Awards.
Eight Great Scottish Hills for Landscape Photographers
Scotland has justifiably become world-renowned as a location for landscape photography. There are countless Scottish hills that offer superb photographic opportunities - James Roddie picks some of the best.
UKClimbing and UKHillwalking are proud to announce the category finalists for the 2019 Marmot Photography Awards.
My Favourite Hill Photo
Since the hills are currently unattainable, and the views closer to home just aren't as inspiring, we've found ourselves browsing the site galleries a lot in recent weeks. The standard of the best submissions never ceases to amaze. Here some of the leading contributors to...
Photo Feature: Cloud Island by Morten Hansen
Skye may be famous for spectacular mountain and coastal scenery, but it's also well known for mist and rain. Photographer Morten Hansen has made a virtue of the challenging island weather.
10 Ways to Improve Your Mountain Landscape Photography
Landscape photography can be both satisfying and hugely frustrating. With so many people taking photos in the hills, how do you make yours stand out? Pro photographer James Roddie has some choice tips on working smarter to achieve better results.
2018 Marmot Photography Awards
UKClimbing and UKHillwalking are proud to announce the shortlist for this year's Marmot Photography Awards, plus a major update to our highly prized Photo of the Week.
Wildlife Photography for Hillwalkers
Walkers often get to see wildlife, but it's hard to take good pictures of it. Photographer James Roddie is a master of the art, and here he shares some hard won tips.