With the level of connectivity we have today due to social media and widespread access of the internet from home or our mobile devices, there is a near infinite wealth of information circulating about that is useful to all photographers, beginner and professional. This portion of my website will be updated periodically to reflect very benefical information and useful resources for the landscape photographer.
Nature Photographer's Network - a paid membership nature photography community in which numerous resources are made available to members as well as feedback on work shared by members. www.naturephotographers.net
Google+ has become a widely utilized social media site for photographers of all focus areas. Colby Brown has written various blog posts and even published a book titled 'Google+ for Photographers' covering how to make the site work for building your brand and connecting globally. You can check out his condensed blog post on 'Social Media for Photographers: Google+' for more info!
Post Processing Tutorials:
I personally utilize the turtorial offerings from Sean Bagshaw, one of the many talented members of the Photo Cascadia group. Sean's video tutorials on digital workflow are very helpful and have opened up my mind to the possibilities of processing in Photoshop. Along with Sean, Chip Phillips and Zach Schnepf also have video turtorials avaiable that are incredibly useful.
I also use Tony Kuyper's Luminosity Masks in my Photoshop workflow which may or may not be for you. I highly recommend checking out Tony's website and looking through his Good Light blog and evaluating the possibilities of luminosity masks within your workflow.
Craft & Vision has a wide range of photography ebooks with a good mix of travel and landscape photography related titles. I highly recommend anything by Darwin Wiggett, Michael Frye, and David DuChemin.
Joseph Rossbach and Ian Plant both are phenomenal nature photographers based in the mid Atlantic are of the US. Both are published internationally, are frequent contributors to Outdoor Photographer Magazine and often hold lecture series in the Maryland/DC area.
One of my personal favorites in the world of landscape photography is Guy Tal. Guy's words flow as eloquently as his imagery, making his books tough to put down. You can check out his work and books here. I highly recommend his ebook on Creative Processing, this was very useful to me in my pursuit to strengthen my workflow both as I created images and as I processed them.
I hope to begin integrating various other resources onto this page from additional content on the aforementioned categories to useful mobile apps. I also would love to hear input from you!