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PhotoPlus : The Canon MagazinePhotoPlus : The Canon Magazine

PhotoPlus : The Canon Magazine

March 2019

Introducing the all-new PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine, the biggest and best Canon DSLR photography magazine. We're now bigger and better than ever, with 148 pages packed with more Canon EOS DSLR techniques, test and tips than ever. You'll find new Canon pro photographer interviews, more in-depth Canon DSLR and kit tests, a comprehensive Canon DSLR and lens buyers' guide, Canon School technical advice, photo stories and more

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome

The importance of shooting in the Raw image format on your Canon DSLR is something we eulogize about in PhotoPlus, and with good reason. By choosing to shoot Raw, you create an image file with a vast dynamic range of tones, detail and colours that a humble JPEG simply can’t muster. Furthermore, when editing your Raw images, this lovely raw data offers you far greater scope for enhancing areas such as highlights and shadows to get the most from your shots, without a loss in quality. In this issue we bring your the definitive guide to Raw, from the benefits over JPEG, to setting up your Canon camera and Raw image editing advice, you can learn it all, starting on page 28.Also in this issue, Children, Family & Lifestyle Photographer…

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our guarantee

• We’re the only photo magazine in the newsagent that’s 100% DEDICATED TO CANON EOS DSLR OWNERS so we’re 100% relevant to your needs.• WE’RE 100% INDEPENDENT which means we’re free to publish what we feel is best for EVERY CANON DSLR PHOTOGRAPHER from beginners to enthusiasts to professionals.• We’re CANON ENTHUSIASTS and, with our contributors, we can offer years of EXPERT PHOTOGRAPHY EXPERIENCE. We’re always excited to pass on what we’ve learned.• We’re more than just a print mag; YOU CAN BUY PHOTOPLUS FOR ANY DIGITAL DEVICE WORLDWIDE via Apple iTunes, Google Play, Zinio, Magzter, Amazon Kindle, B&N Nook, PocketMags or PressReader.• Our Video Disc has THE VERY BEST DSLR TECHNIQUE & PHOTOSHOP VIDEO GUIDES, which can also be viewed via our digital editions.• We’re proud to use THE…

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photoplus the canon magazine

Peter TraversEditor • 5D Mark IIIpeter.travers@futurenet.com“If you don’t shoot Raw images, then you should do! In our big guide this issue we explain all the benefits from camera set up to Raw image-editing.” PAGE 28James ArtaiusTechnique editor • EOS Rjames.artaius@futurenet.com“It was a great experience to spend a day shooting with Nina Mace and this month’s Apprentice to capture outdoor family portraits in the crisp winter weather!” PAGE 8Ben AndrewsLab manager • 5D Mark IIIben.andrews@futurenet.com“It’s easy to forget how a fast card reader can save you, literally, hours over a lifetime of downloading your images. We test six of the best inside.” PAGE 98James PatersonTechnique writer • 5D Mark IVjames.paterson@futurenet.com“This month’s ‘Honey, I shrunk myself’ project shows how it’s often the camera skills behind a Photoshopped image that matter most. I…

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this issue’s contributors…

Nina MaceAward-winning pro family photographer, Nina, shows our Apprentice how to capture ace family portraits. PAGE 8David BallDavid captures the ever-lasting beauty of the Lake District from dusk until dawn in this series of gorgeous photos. PAGE 74David NotonDavid indulges in some street theatre, this month, he takes a trip to the colourful world of Cartagena. PAGE 42Marcus HawkinsCanon boffin Marcus explains all you need to know about filters in another informative Canon School guide. PAGE 84Pete SouzaPhotographer to presidents Obama and Reagan, Pete gives us the fine details and casts shade. PAGE 64Brian WorleyIs there anything about Canon gear that Brian doesn’t know? Find out in the latest batch of techy Q&As. PAGE 89Our contributors Ben Andrews, Mark Bolton, Ollie Curtis, Marcus Hawkins, Gareth Jones, Nina Mace, David Noton,…

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it’s a family affair

CANON PRONAME:NINA MACECAMERA:CANON EOS 5D Mk IIIAN AWARD-WINNING family photographer and trainer, named Top Children’s Photographer of the Year by the Guild of Professional Photographers, as well as Best Professional Training by the SWPP, Nina’s seven years as a pro family photographer are bolstered by 15 years as a marketing and brand manager. In addition to being highly sought after for her photos, she also commands great respect as a trainer and mentor. For more information visit ninamacephotography.comAPPRENTICENAME:COLIN BROWNJOHNCAMERA:CANON EOS 6D Mk IIA SELF-EMPLOYED builder from Brighton, Colin has been an enthusiast photographer for about five years. His first ‘proper’ camera was a Canon EOS 1100D, and after investing in a Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM he moved on to the Canon 6D to make the most of his…

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inspirations

01 MAGDALÉNA STRAKOVÁ, CZECH REPUBLICReceiving Highly Commended honours in the Travel category, Straková’s panel spanned Yunnan, China to Westbury, England. A number of images were taken in India, including this photograph taken in at Karni Mata Rat Temple in Deshnoke. If a rat touches your feet here, it is lucky. “I wanted to get my double dose of luck and tried to stand still,” she explains. “Not an easy task, as you might tell by my clenched toes.”Lens Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USMExposure 1/80 sec, f/4, ISO160002 STEFANO PENSOTTI, ITALYPensotti’s panel earned him the prestigious Overall Winner, Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 trophy. Captured in Hungary, this shot encapsulates the personal stories told by his series; inhabitants of Budapest come to the Széchenyi Baths to relax with a few…

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