Digital Photographer

Digital Photographer No. 191

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.

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Welcome to the latest issue of Digital Photographer. Flash can be problematic, presenting plenty of challenges and potentially yielding results that don’t exactly inspire you to continue experimenting with it. However, if you want to capture truly polished portraits on location, then learning to use flash is essential. In this issue, starting on p28 of the magazine, professional photographer Tom Barnes, a master when it comes to flash on location, has put together a guide to the essential considerations. Elsewhere this issue, we’ve got a stunning guide to the power of pixels, with Peter Eastway revealing how he ensures that his shoots are geared towards capturing files that will enable him to go the extra mile at the post-production stage. You’ll find it on p38. Roie Galitz has taken time out from a…

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our contributors

TOM BARNES Website: tombarnes.co Tom Barnes is a sought-after professional portrait photographer, and a master when it comes to using flash on location. Starting on p28 of the magazine, he’s put together a guide to the skills you need in order to capture stunning portraits, from kit considerations through to exposure. PETER EASTWAY Website: petereastway.com Digital capture and software has changed the way photographers approach their images, but many still see the editing element as an entirely separate stage of the process. In the feature starting on p38, Peter Eastway reveals how to achieve better results by shooting specifically for the edit. MARK BAUER Website: markbauerphotography.com As one of the UK’s most respected landscape photographers, Mark knows what to look for in a high-resolution camera. In the head-to-head review on p90 of the magazine, he takes a look…

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the gallery

Fernand De Canne DP Gallery address: fernanddecanne Image title: Gent Dampoort What camera, lens and settings did you use in order to capture this stunning street shot? I mainly do street photography and use almost a small reflex camera – Samsung NX300. This allows me to shoot very unnoticed and to come close to people. A larger camera usually scares the people on the street. How did you decide on the composition? The rules of composition I learned at the academy. I use them rarely. Can you explain a bit more about the techniques you used to capture it? Usually I put the camera on aperture [priority mode to achieve the] targeted depth of field. For me in street photography spontaneity is very important. Did you do much post-processing? I take my pictures in RAW and then I do a basic…

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win! professional lexar products!

Submit your best boudoir captures to be in with the chance of winning prizes from Lexar and having your work printed in the mag. 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. The shapes, curves and tones of the human form make it a truly compelling subject. It’s a rewarding and easy way to expand your portfolio. We want to see your most artistic and tasteful captures of the human form, so enter now at bit.ly/2u3Dy0E. The contest closes on 18 September 2017.…

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the best of people and culture

In our most recent contest in association with Photocrowd we challenged you to submit your best images that depicted people and culture, and after sifting through over 3,300 impressive images the winners have been selected. 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. Congratulations to all of the winners! 1PLACE WINNER A full identity Photographer: Onur Ercoskun Our comments: We really love the composition of this black and white shot. It instantly makes you want to know more about the story behind the image, which fits with the brief perfectly. Football is deeply ingrained in many cultures and this captures the spirit of the fans really well. 2PLACE Ecstasy Photographer: Owens Pereira Our comments: This…