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Digital SLR PhotographyDigital SLR Photography

Digital SLR Photography

March 2019

Digital SLR Photography addresses the needs of today's photographer in a lively, informative and stylish format. Dedicated to digital SLR photographers of all abilities, from beginner through enthusiast to professional it will inform and entertain you through a unique blend of technique articles, inspirational images, news and authoritative reviews. Covering topics such as landscapes, portraits and close up photography, this magazine provides a focused and comprehensive read guaranteed to help you get the most out of your photography.

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United Kingdom
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Dennis Publishing UK
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welcome

WELCOME TO THE MARCH 2019 issue of Digital SLR Photography. Before jumping into a brief summary of this month’s contents, I’ve exciting news about the magazine. After ten years with Dennis Publishing, Digital SLR Photography has new owners – Raspberry Pi Press. The entire magazine team are excited about taking the magazine forward under this new stewardship and would also like to extend our sincere thanks to everyone involved with the magazine at Dennis Publishing for their hard work and involvement over the last decade.Regular contributor Ross Hoddinott is rightly regarded as one of the UK’s leading outdoor photographers, regularly running photo workshops in the south-west of England. Starting on page 66, Ross shares his wealth of expertise on this area of outstanding beauty, revealing the best locations, times…

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on this month’s cover...

When it comes to stunning landscapes, we’re spoilt for choice in the UK. In this month’s issue, we’ve no shortage of outdoor inspiration, ideas and techniques to keep you busy. This month’s cover image by Helen Dixon captures a stunning clifftop view of sunset at Godrevy lighthouse. ■…

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You can get your monthly fix of Digital SLR Photography inspiration and advice direct to your door or mobile device by subscribing to our print and/or digital editions. We always have some great money-saving offers or gifts for subscribers, too! Visit: www.digitalsltphoto.com ■…

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our team of photo experts

Daniel Lezano With around 35 years’ experience as a photographer and over 20 years on photo magazines, editor Lezano is passionate about photography, in particular portraits. Caroline Schmidt A professional photographer and experienced journalist, Caroline brings her talent for creating inspiring content to every issue. carolineannphotography.co.uk Jordan Butters With a finger on the pulse of all things photography, Jordan’s our features guru and a talented professional photographer. jordanbutters.co.uk Ross Hoddinott OUTDOORHe’s not only an award-winning nature photographer, a leading expert in landscape and wildlife photography, he’s a top tutor, too. rosshoddinott.co.uk Ben Hall WILDLIFERegular contributor and one of the UK’s leading wildlife photographers share’s his expert advice for wildlife photography this month. benhallphotography.com James Abbott LANDSCAPESJames is an…

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portfolio

Porth Nanven Dusk by Mike Tonge www.miketongephotography.co.uk“Whilst on holiday in St Ives, Cornwall, I spent an evening with my camera around the deserted tin mines at Botallack Head. I had wanted to get to this little cove for sunset, but I spent too much time at the mines and arrived here when it was practically dark! I used a Hoya ten-stop ND to smooth out the sea and get some movement in the sky. I liked the detail in the wet granite in the foreground and the two rock outcrops framing the distant islands on the horizon.”NIKON D750 WITH 24-70MM F/2.8 LENS. EXPOSURE: 158 SECONDS AT F/11 (ISO 400). Friars Crag December Dawn by Mike Tonge www.miketongephotography.co.uk“I visited Keswick for a classic Lake District sunrise, but thick…

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