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Digital Photographer No. 190

Launched in 2002, Digital Photographer is the ultimate monthly photography magazine, delivering indispensable, practical and hands-on shooting advice. Aimed at digital enthusiasts and professional photographers, Digital Photographer features the latest high-end kit reviews, expert interviews, practical shooting advice and image-editing tutorials to help you become a better photographer. We also showcase a selection of images from DP readers every month – the ideal launch pad for your career. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

Pays:
United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Future Publishing Ltd
Fréquence:
Monthly
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1 min.
welcome

Successful landscape photography often owes almost as much to thorough preparation and detailed understanding of a location as it does to skill and technique. If we do our research to get an idea of what the conditions will probably be like, pre-visualise a result we want to create and pack the kit we need, we are well on the way to capturing something we will be proud of. However, capturing a stunning landscape is far harder when you’re shooting at an unfamiliar location. How do you know what will work, where to be and when? To help overcome this, we’ve got an in-depth guide to getting the very best results when you’re shooting a scene for the first time. You’ll find it on p28 of the magazine. Elsewhere, you’ll find our…

2 min.
our contributors

REBECCA GREIG Website: dphotographer.co.uk Rebecca is the magazine’s Reviews Editor, but she’s also familiar with a wide range of photographic techniques. For this issue of the magazine, she’s spent some time looking at how to use gels to add creative interest to your portrait photography. Head over to p40 of this issue to read it. LIAM MARSH Website: liammarsh.com If you want to master macro photography, Liam Marsh has all the advice you could possibly need. In this issue, he’s put together a masterclass feature on capturing close-ups, to help you shoot pro macro images. Turn to p50 of the magazine to discover his techniques and tips. MARK BAUER Website: markbauerphotography.com As one of the UK’s most respected landscape photographers, Mark knows all there is to know about shooting scenics. On p28 of the magazine, you’ll find his…

1 min.
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Photoshop and Lightroom assets Apply free actions and presets to your imagery Exclusive video tutorials Improve your skills with in-depth editing videos Tutorial files and test shots Follow our tutorials and analyse review results All of this is yours … • Over 70 minutes of in-depth editing video tutorials, including creative Photoshop projects and helpful Lightroom tips • 14 Lightroom presets • More than 124 Photoshop actions to automate essential editing tasks • Our test shots from the reviews section • Image files so you can follow along with our tutorials The home of great downloads – exclusive to your favourite magazines from Future! Secure and safe online access, from anywhere Free access for every reader, print and digital Download only the files you want, when you want All your gifts, from all your issues, in one place Get started Everything you need to know…

3 min.
the gallery

Brian McDonald DP Gallery address: Changing Light Image title: Sunset At St. Helens What camera, lens and settings did you use to capture this stunning shot? A Nikon D750 with Nikkor 18-35mm f3.5-4.5 G lens at 35mm. Exif: 139sec, f11, ISO 100. How did you decide on the composition? I wanted to position the horizon and the breakwall in the centre with equal sky and foreground, so I could feature a good part of the passing clouds and foreground rocks. I zoomed in to 35mm to frame the scene and lined up the rocks and edge of the breakwall on the left third. Can you explain a bit more about the techniques you used to capture it? This long exposure was calculated with the Triggertrap app based on a ten-stop ND1024 with an exposure from a test shot.…

1 min.
win! professional lexar products!

Submit your best captures of the natural world to be in with the chance of winning prizes from Lexar and having your work printed in the magazine. The expert winner will receive a 128GB 1066x CompactFlash card and the CFR1 Workflow Reader and the crowd’s favourite will win a 128GB 1000x SD card and the SR2 Workflow Reader. We want to see your best flora and fauna imagery, whether it’s an image of striking flowers taken in your garden or an insight into animal life, so submit your best for the chance to win. Enter now at bit.ly/2tMlHtW. The contest closes on 21 August 2017.…

1 min.
the best of black and white patterns and shapes

Our most recent contest in association with Photocrowd saw us challenge you to submit your best black and white images of patterns and shapes, and after sifting through over 2,500 memorable images the winners have been selected. The competition’s expert winner will receive a 128GB 1066x CompactFlash card and the CFR1 Workflow Reader, and the crowd-voted favourite will win a 128GB 1000x SD card and the SR2 Workflow Reader. Congratulations to all of the winners! 1PLACE WINNER Cheese Grater Car Park Photographer: vladgphoto Our comments: We really love this abstract and close-up capture of part of a building. The contrast between the light and shadows really make the shapes pop and enhances the image’s three-dimensional feel. This image fits our brief perfectly and is very striking. 2PLACE Body Lines Photographer: marco1 Our comments: This stunning image is very different…