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Digital Camera World October 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

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues


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welcome to this outdoor and wildlife special of digital camera

Being outside and in touch with the elements is one of the many reasons I love photography - especially at this time of year. Things start to get visually interesting as the transition from summer to autumn takes hold. To ensure you are inspired and well-prepared to get the best from your outdoor photography, we’ve put together a bumper bonanza of an issue, jam-packed with killer tips and techniques and I advice on the best kit for the job - plus loads of inspirational images from some of the world’s fnest photographers, including Art Wolfe and Jonathan Chritchley. No doubt you’ll have noticed that this issue comes with a free pack of 30 wildlife tips cards. Look for them at the end of this magazine digital edition. Enjoy! Ben Brain Editor, Digital Camera MISSED…

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this month’s star contributors…

THE BIG INTERVIEW ART WOLFE The photographer who combines artistic and journalistic skills OUTDOOR INTERVIEW JONATHAN CHRITCHLEY The master of black-and-white outdoor photography OUTDOOR EXPERT MARK OOR MBLIN Tips and tricks to shooting wildlife and the outdoors OUTDOOR INSPIRATION YOSHINORI MIZUTANI Get inspired by this alternative Japanese wildlife photographer WILDLIFE INSPIRATION DAVID TIPLING Professional bird photographer David showcases his work WORK EXPERIENCE LIZZIE SHEPHERD Landscape, nature and travel photographer shares her secrets QUESTION MASTER ANDREW JAMES You ask, he answers! Help with all your technical queries DARKROOM ARTIST JAMES ABBOTT James makes a stretching panoramic view in Photoshop…

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ursa mini lets you shoot true digital film quality that’s dramatically better than a dslr!

Blow your clients away with URSA Mini 4.6K, the only camera that lets you shoot with the true digital film quality of a high end Hollywood feature film! You get a handheld. Super 35 digital film camera that works with your existing Canon DSLR lenses, has a 4.6K Image sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range. URSA Mini 4.6K records video as camera RAW and ProRes so you can edit, color correct and deliver results that a re far superior and look better than anything you can shoot on a DSLR! Dramatically better than DSLR Video URSA Mini features a custom 4.GK digital film sensor that shoots up to 60 frames per second with 15 stops of super wide dynamic range! That means your Images will retain shadow and highlight detail simultaneously…

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hot shots

THE BEST NEW PHOTOGRAPHY FROM AROUND THE WORLD SALEEM MOOPEN DUBAI It was our first day of a Highland tour. The day was dark and cloudy. I was not in a situation to use a high shutter speed for moving animals. Luckily these two friendly animals were moving very slowly so I was able to get away with 1/80 sec and f/6.3. Instead of going for a closer shot I decided to include the majestic mountains of Glencoe in the background.” . Kit Canon EOS 70D with Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 lens at 20mm Exposure f/6.3 at 1/80 sec, ISO 200’ SEND US YOUR SHOTS Your photograph could appear here! Send your best recent shot to (subject line: Hotshots) NAVANEETH UNNIKIRSHNAN CALICUT, KERALA STATE, INDIA “This image was shot from the remote village Kaza…

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in focus

1 The EOS 5D Mark IV brings built-in Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC technology to Canon’s 5D line 2 The camera is launching with an updated 24-105mm kit lens. (See the story opposite.) 3 Canon says the Mark IV’s sensor offers a wider exposure latitiude than the Mark III’s. 4 The body is 50g lighter, and the grip’s slightly deeper than the Mark III’s. 5 Full-time touchscreen control lets you zoom when reviewing images and tap to focus in. NEW CANON FUL L-FRAME SLR IT ’S FOUR REAL Canon reveals the EOS 5D Mark IV, complete with new Dual-Pixel Raw file format HOW do you improve on a flagship camera that’s sold by the bucket-load and is trusted by pro photographers around the world? If the new EOS 5D Mark IV is anything to go by, the answer…

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photo proj ects

[PROJECT 1] Combine natural elements Take a different approach to landscape photography Inspired by the likes of Richard Long and Robert Smithson, David Shannon-Lier’s landscape images combine sculptural elements in the land with long exposures to capture the movement of the earth. This image, taken from his series Of Heaven And Earth, was shot in Bisti Badlands, a wilderness area just south of Farmington, New Mexico. Surprisingly, David tackles this clever set-up singlehanded. “I spend the first part of the morning finding a compelling composition.” David then uses the sun’s position to help him place the elements in the scene. “Once everything is ready, I carefully and precisely set up my 8x10 camera. I sleep on a cot or in a tent so I can wake early enough to close the shutter. The…