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Digital Camera World July 2017

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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Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to the july 2017 issue of digital camera

TRAVEL is one of the greatest ways to broaden your experience of the world, whether you’re a photographer or not. It’s also a great opportunity to flex your photo muscles and give your portfolio a new lease of life. So this month our cover story is dedicated to giving you all the tips and advice you need to get started and ensure you bag some winners this summer. But you don’t need to travel to exotic (and expensive) locations to create truly compelling travel images: even a trip to a neighbouring town can stimulate the senses. If you’re on a long journey this summer, then this month’s fabulous free book is just the ticket. We’ve complied some of the best Digital Camera interviews from the last couple of years. The list…

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your free talking photography book

EVERY ISSUE WE BRING YOU MORE FREEBIES THAN ANY OTHER PHOTO MAGAZINE! Talking Photography is a special book packed full of interviews with some of the world’s top photographers. With respected pros including Don McCullin, Martin Parr, Terry O’Neill, Michael Kenna and Alec Soth sharing their words of wisdom and interesting anecdotes, the interviews include something for you. Download the PDF today via www.bit.ly/ dc192bonus FREE BOOK! Masters of photography inter viewed 162-PAGE BUYERS’ GUIDE EBOOK If you’re after some new kit this year, you won’t want to miss your free Camera Shopper ebook, with the best buying advice around. You can ownload the PDF today via www.bit.ly/ dc192bonus WATCH VIDEO www.bit.ly/ dc192video DOWNLOAD THE VIDEO www.bit.ly/ dc192bonus Whenever you see these logos on a page in the magazine, you can find related content online 59 MINUTES OF…

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hotshots

SALT LAKE AND RED EARTH BEAUTY GRAEME GIBBONS, AUSTRALIA “This was taken about 185 miles south-east of Geraldton, Western Australia. The area has a massive area of salt lakes; some look like abstract art, others like an artist’s paint palette. Farmers plant cereal crops around the lakes, which gives beautiful contrasts of the small coloured lakes amongst the green and yellow crops with earthy reds winding through. “One of my photography genres is aerial photography for both business and landscapes. I charter a Cessna C172 and – safely strapped in – fly with the door off, shooting either side of the wing strut. “For all my flights I use a double BlackRapid strap with both the Canon EOS 5D Mk III with a 24-70mm lens, and an EOS 7D Mk II with either a…

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spark life

Photography news from around the globe DESPITE its small size, DJI’s Spark is big news. Although it can be operated by a remote controller or mobile device app, the fact that the Spark is the first drone that can be controlled using hand movements alone is the real draw. When Spark launches from the palm of your hand – something it can do automatically once it detects your face – it enters Gesture Mode, allowing you to send Spark away from you to take a selfie and then motion for it to return to your hand. The new QuickShot Intelligent Flight Mode enables you to set the Spark on a preset flight path. Four QuickShot modes are available, including Rocket, which sends Spark straight up into the air with the camera pointing down,…

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fuller frame

Why launch one wide lens when you can launch three? Nikon is broadening its line-up with its first FX fisheye zoom, a fast FX 28mm prime, and an ultra-wide option for its APS-C DX cameras. The £1,300/$1,250 AF-S 8-15mm f/2.5-4.5E ED enables full-frame users to zoom from an 8mm circular image that gives a full 180° horizontal view to a 15mm full-frame fisheye one. The front element has a fluorine coating for easy cleaning, while the lens itself is dust- and splashproof. Canon has had a similar fisheye zoom option in its line-up for six years, but the new Nikon lens is faster. The second FX full-frame lens to be announced is the AF-S 28mm f/1.4E ED prime lens. An update to the classic 28mm f/1.4D, the lens boasts dust- and weather-sealing…

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bigger picture

Two new wide-angle zooms will join the Sony E-mount line-up this summer. First up, in July, is Sony’s widest fullframe lens. The £1,700/$1,700 FE 12-24mm f/4 G features four aspherical elements, three ED glass elements and one Super ED glass element. It packs a DDSSM (Direct Drive Super Sonic Wave Motor) for fast, quiet autofocus and a customisable focus hold button. Joining the 12-24mm in August is the £2,300/$2,200 FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM. This, alongside the FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM and FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS, finally gives Sony the full-frame pro-spec f/2.8 ‘trinity’. The new lens has an 11-bladed aperture and dust- and moistureresistant construction. www.sony.co.uk T…

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