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Practical Photography: LitePractical Photography: Lite

Practical Photography: Lite

May 2019

Every issue of Practical Photography is packed with expert advice and tips that will help YOU improve your photography. Each issue contains: - Inspirational and award-winning photographs - The best ‘Technique Guides’ in the industry - FREE feedback on your images - Jargon-free, 100% independent reviews Whatever brand you use (Canon EOS, Nikon, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic Lumix and so on), our easy-to-follow technique guides will help you get the most from your digital SLR, interchangeable lens camera (CSC), or compact. Note: This 'Lite' digital version of Practical Photography does not contain any interactivity.

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(WESTEND61) THERE’S SOMETHING about spring that makes me fall in love with photography all over again. Maybe it’s the gradual emergence of colour in the landscape or the scatter of blossom that lines my walk to work, but no other time of year inspires me in quite the same way. It’s this seasonal excitement that persuaded us to tackle this issue’s main subject. Colour is an easy thing to take for granted, but once you delve deeper its power and influence becomes immediately obvious – it can evoke emotion, direct the eye and inform how we see and compose our images. There are so many issue highlights, but Richard Collins’ colour masterclass on page 34 is a must-read and will hopefully inspire you in the same way that spring has…

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Louise Carey Whether discussing the finer points of colour theory or crafting fine art from hands, features editor Louise is a rich source of inspiration. See p58 Terrence Drysdale Exploring forests one minute and cities the next, TJ’s travel photography has seen his profile skyrocket thanks to his unique creative partnership. See p86 Linda Blacker A talented PP reader with a jaw-dropping portfolio, Linda specialises in fantasy worlds. Find out what inspires her on p52 …

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60 MINUTES OF EXPERT ADVICE Expert tuition Camera skills Shooting advice Pro hints & tips Contact us if you have any problems with your free gifts  practical.photography@bauermedia.co.uk Practical Photography, H Bauer Publishing, Media House, Lynch Wood, Peterborough, PE2 6EA DOWNLOAD THE DISC CONTENT AT bit.ly/ppdisc1906 …

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FREE SKYLUM SOFTWARE WORTH £92 The PP team swap their fancy DSLRs and CSCs for disposable film cameras in the ultimate test of their creative skills.Kirk pounds the streets with a Lomography Simple Use colour negative camera in search of Cartier-Bresson-esque decisive moments.Dan takes inspiration from iconic artist David Hockney to create a series of ‘joiners’ using a Fujifilm Quicksnap Flash camera.Richard indulges his love of classic black & white with an Ilford HP5 Plus 400 camera while looking for shapes and contrasts.Plus! Louise explains the basics of colour theory and shows how hues and tones can inform how you ‘see’ the world around you.…

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Skylum Aurora HDR 2018 Download the full version of Skylum’s award-winning HDR software and create images loaded with detail and dynamic range. Turn to page 118 for instructions. Camera Buying Guide Unsure about which camera is best for your needs? Our ebook includes reviews, spec and prices for every camera available right now. The latest additions include the luxury Leica Q2. Photoshop video lessons Bend pixels with the Liquify Tool, retouch portraits like a pro with the Brush Tool, and create an artistic flat lay using an old film camera. …

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beyond the lens

Winter surf by Jonas Forsberg I shot this on a cold January day off the west coast of Norway. I went out with pro surfer Blake Sands to get some photos. It was an area we both knew well, but winter changes so rapidly in Norway that you can sometimes see four seasons in one session. I always prefer to swim when shooting surfers, as I think you get a more interesting view of the subject. Sony α6000 | 19mm | 1/1000sec | f/6.3 | ISO 800 Jonas Forsberg, also known as Jonas Fjordlapse, is a landscape and surfing photographer based in western Norway. fjordlapsephotography.com Old Vegas glitz by Sara Melotti This was one of my first editorial shoots as a fashion…