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Digital Camera WorldDigital Camera World

Digital Camera World June 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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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to the june 2017 issue of digital camera

THE art of landscape photography can be one of the most satisfying and enjoyable genres to indulge in. Not only are the creative possibilities endless, but being outside and connected with the wild elements is a joy in itself. However, it can also be one of the most frustrating genres to master. So, this issue we’ve created a bunch of cool features to help you on your way. James Abbott takes you through the basics, Gordon Laing shows you how to get it right in-camera, and master photographer Paul Gallagher shares his wisdom. Plus there’s loads of other gems of advice, kit buying tips, killer techniques and world-class images to inspire you. I teamed up with readers Paul and Margaret for this month’s Shootout in Snowdonia, North Wales, which is one of…

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this month’s star contributors…

THE BIG INTERVIEW PAUL GALLAGHER This landscape photo icon speaks about his progression with the medium THE PERIMETER QUINTIN LAKE Photographer Quintin updates us on his coastal hiking adventure QUESTION MASTER ANDREW JAMES Our technical guide is on hand to answer all of your tricky questions HOTSHOTS RPS BIENNIAL Our selection from the prestigious 2017 RPS member exhibition LIGHTROOM SEAN McCORMACK The Lightroom master shows you how to use the Merge to HDR tool IMAGE ANALYSIS FABIO ANTENORE We explain the secrets behind why this landscape scene works IN-CAMERA EXPERT GORDON LAING Gordon reveals how to shoot straight out of the camera TOOL SCHOOL JAMES PATERSON James teaches you how to get creative with Photoshop brushes…

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Teach Yourself Lightroom Teach Yourself Lightroom offers over four hours of professional guidance, and is broken down into 55 parts! Discover how to get started with the Lightroom interface and how to master all the key creative tools at your disposal. To start watching now, visit www.bit.ly/dc191tylr – or download the videos via www.bit.ly/dc191bonus Nine landscape tips cards To tie in with our spectacular landscape special issue, we’ve themed this month’s collectable tips cards. Learn all about aperture and the drastic difference it can make to the final result. We also have some creative ideas for you to try, from shooting a segmented landscape to processing a HDR monchrome result. You’ll never be without inspiration or technical advice if you keep these cards to hand! Look for your cards after this magazine. Whenever you…

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hotshots

ABOUT THE RPS 2017 BIENNIAL EXHIBITION The Members’ Biennial Exhibition celebrates the diversity of imagery created by the RPS community of members. See the website for tour dates throughout 2017. www.rps.org/mb2017 BEACH PARADE MARK PHILIPS, ARPS “Beach Parade depicts a line of youths returning from the swimming area (demarked by the buoys) to a limestone outcrop to jump in again. The obvious visual interest is the alignment of the boys and their buoys. The shot was taken in July 2016 in Cassis, France, and is part of a series of experimental images using infrared for street photography. It was taken in the early afternoon, which is ideal for IR photography. The image was captured using a Fujifilm X-E1, modified with an 830nm filter to render a ‘pure’ infrared image. The camera was modified for…

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24.2MP FUL L-FRAME CSC ALPHA BETTER Sony sets the pace with the new Alpha 9 – a full-frame mirrorless camera that can shoot continuous bursts at a staggering 20 frames per second ©ITCHED as 'the most technologically advanced, innovative digital camera that Sony has ever created', the new Alpha 9 unquestionably packs a punch when it comes to headline specs. As well as boasting the world's first full-frame stacked CMOS sensor and offering a continuous shooting speed of 20 frames per second for up to 241 raw files or 362 JPEG images, the A9 includes 693 phase detection AF points that cover around 93% of the frame, 'vibration-free' shooting at speeds up to 1/32,000 sec and five-axis in-body stabilisation that will give a five- stop advantage to hand-held shooting. Additional features that are…

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Panasonic Leica DG 8-18mm f/2.8-4 This Lumix G CSC lens gives an equivalent 16-36mm full-frame view and features a dust/splash-proof design, as well as two ED lenses. www.panasonic.com; £1,049/ $1,098 Zeiss Batis 135mm f/2.8 This is the fourth lens in the Batis series, Zeiss’s lens range for Sony’s E-mount mirrorless cameras. It features a neat OLED display that shows the focus distance and depth of field. www.zeiss.co.uk; £1,750/$1,999 Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS Sony’s new G Master lens introduces a zoom torque adjustment ring and a customisable focus-hold button. It features 22 elements and focuses down to 3.22 feet www.sony.co.uk; £2,500/$2,498…

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