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Digital Camera WorldDigital Camera World

Digital Camera World August 2016

Digital Camera is the definitive guide to digital SLR photography and will show you how to improve any digital photo. It’s packed with practical photography advice and Photoshop tutorials to help you become a better digital photographer. With buying advice to help you choose the DSLR, compact system camera, lens, tripod, printer, or camera bag that’s right for you, it covers all DSLRs including Canon EOS/Rebel and Nikon systems. The perfect title for both amateur and pro photographers

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
welcome to the august 2016 issue of digital camera

WITH the Rio Olympics just around the corner and the action-packed summer holidays ahead of us, what better time could there be to hone your sports and action photography? In this month’s cover story (page 43), we’ve rounded up 34 skills and techniques for you to easily master. Whether you’re shooting motor sports, athletics or simply capturing the kids mucking around at the beach, I guarantee these killer tips will improve your shots. Our Kit Zone is jam-packed with advice on the best kit for action shots too. It’s not all sports and action, though. Readers Claire and Victor joined me in the wilds of Dartmoor for more fun-packed photo adventures in this month’s Shootout. Please drop us a line if you’d like to be involved in one of our Shootout…

1 min.
free gifts

FREE! 228-page sports and action ebook Become an action pro photographer overnight with our Sports & Action Photography ebook, worth £6.99. Filled with incredible tips and shooting tutorials from the professionals, this ebook guides you gently through the necessary steps and skills needed to never miss that moment again! This ebook is provided as a PDF. Download it to your Windows or Mac computer via www.bit.ly/dc180sport. Also included are a selection of sports videos – download these and tutorial start files via www.bit.ly/dc180bonus WATCH VIDEO www.bit.ly/dc180video DOWNLOAD THE VIDEO www.bit.ly/dc180bonus When you see this logo in the magazine, you can watch or download related video training. 9 ALL-NEW TIPS CA RDS Add to or start your collection of tip cards! Handy advice at your fingertips from shooting at air shows to capturing close-up poppies. Look for your…

2 min.
hotshots

GUY BELL Hydroponics at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, 2015 Chelsea Hospital, London. “The future of food? Hydroponic plants on the Rocket Science stand are being developed for use in space and as one of the many ways to feed an ever-expanding population here on Earth.” An international showcase for the very best in environmental photography and film www.epoty.org MONI SANKAR Approaching Storm, 2015 West Bengal, India. “The cowboy wanted to return his pet to shelter due to bad weather, but the pet wanted to enjoy the weather and did not agree to return.” No shooting information SEAN GALLAGHER Beijing: The Masked City, 2015 Beijing, China. “A young couple, Kelly Lu and Yanding Li, hold hands during a walk through Beijing’s Olympic Park. ‘I’m pretty sad about this. It’s worse and worse,’ explains Li. ‘I think the pollution is bad for…

5 min.
in focus

LEGAL CHANGES INTERIOR DESIGNS Architectural photographers face new restrictions as parliament changes the law A NYONE shooting on location could soon face higher insurance rates and reduced income following a change in law that extends the copyright protection of designers, which has been fast-tracked to take effect by the end of July. The repeal of Section 52 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act will prolong the copyright protection of industrially produced artistic work, including designer furniture, from the current 25 years to the lifetime of the artist plus 70 years. Most significantly for photographers, artistic objects will be protected from 2D, as well as 3D, reproduction. As a number of objects come back into copyright on 28th July, photographers of interior design will need to seek new rights clearances for their existing images, and…

5 min.
hasselblad x1d

WHEN I spoke to Hasselblad’s CEO, Perry Oosting, at the launch of the H6D earlier this year, he suggested the next camera we’d see would be more affordable and designed to attract keen enthusiast photographers as well as pros. While few would argue that the X1D is cheap, it’s attractively priced in Hasselblad terms. Part of the reason for the expense, in addition to Hasselblad’s strong reputation for build quality, is the medium-format sensor. Its 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS device maybe smaller than the 60 x 60mm negatives that we usually associate with Hasselblad, or even the once popular 60 x 45mm crop; but it’s still a lot bigger than the 35.9 x 23.9mm sensors found in a full-frame small format camera like the Canon 1D X Mark II or the…

10 min.
photo projects

PROJECT 1 Create your own toy story Bring inanimate objects to life with household items and lighting tricks STRUGGLING to find things to shoot? Try revisiting your childhood and bringing toys to life. Felix Hernandez is picking up plaudits for his stylish scale model set-ups, and while some Photoshop work is required to realise the end result – such as the addition of the trees and headlamps in this shot – he keeps the raw ingredients pretty simple. Lighting is key to creating an authentic ‘real world’ illusion. “For example, if I want to recreate a scene with overcast sunlight, I would take a big modifier and put it close to the model to achieve that soft quality of light,” says Felix. “If I want harsh light for a desert scene, I will use…