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Digital Camera World October 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
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome to the october 2017 issue of digital camera

WITH the end of the summer in sight, now is the perfect time to get outside and hone your landscape skills. So with that in mind we got in touch with our old friend and colleague, Chris Rutter, who moved to the Isle of Skye a couple of years ago to live the dream. Chris has always been a fine landscape photographer, but it’s been great to see his work evolve while he’s been living so close to the land. He’s put together a wonderful feature that will help you to add drama and mood to your landscape shots, on page 40. You may have also noticed a rather snazzy pair of fingerless gloves that came with this issue – ideal for changing settings and keeping your hands warm as the weather…

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this month’s star contributors…

8 HOTSHOTS DIGITAL SPLASH PROS Our gallery of photos comes from the speakers at the Digital Splash 17 show 24 ARCHITECTURE PROJECT PETER STEWART Fine-art travel photographer Peter shares a dizzying building shot 36 PRO’S CHALLENGE MARCIN BARAN The street photographer shows us how to find pops of urban colour 70 PHOTO ANSWERS ANDREW JAMES Our pro shares top tips, rescues an image and rates two readers’ photos 82 THE BIG INTERVIEW FREDERIK BUYCKX The Sony Landscape Photographer of the Year talks travel and adventure 91 THE PERIMETER QUINTIN LAKE The explorer hits the trails with his newly healed feet and camera 112 PHOTOSHOP JON ADAMS Editing expert Jon reveals how to Photoshop in a vibrant new sky 120 ARTIST INSIGHT JAMES PATERSON James shows us how to spend less time on repetitive Photoshop tasks…

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hotshots

WINTER IN JAPAN_PAUL GALLAGHER “This image was taken in the upper mountains of Hokkaido in Japan, during a winter trip. The higher we travelled, the deeper the snow became. The trees were beautifully stark and bare against pristine snows from the recent snowstorms.” Kit: Nikon D800E with 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6 D ED lens at 135mm; Lee Filters 0.6 Soft Grad Exposure: 1/160 sec at f/13, ISO 100 ABOUT DIGITAL SPLASH The photographers featured in Hotshots this issue are all speaking at Digital Splash, the largest photography show in the North of England, taking place on 7th and 8th October in the heart of Liverpool. FREE ENTRY OFFER Pre-register now for FREE entry to Digital Splash and you’ll get a 10% off code for all seminars and talk tickets! Offer ends 22nd September www.digitalsplash.tv HEDGE TROLL_ELKE VOGELSANG Kit: Fujifilm X-M1 with Fujinon…

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silent knight

Photography news from around the globe WHILE the successor to Nikon’s D810 doesn’t set a new standard for full-frame DSLR resolution – the 50.6MP Canon 5DS/R did that in 2015 – the D850’s combination of still-ultra high resolution, speed and sensitivity raises the bar in performance at this level. The D850’s back-illuminated, optical low-pass filter free CMOS sensor is capable of producing 45.4MP files, while its standard ISO range is 64- 25,600 – a one-stop improvement at the top end over the D810 – which is extendable to an equivalent sensitivity from 32 to 102,400. What’s more, its top shooting speed is seven frames per second, which can be boosted to 9fps when fitted with the optional MB-D18 Multi-Power Battery Pack (with EN-EL18B battery inserted). Such rapid continuous shooting is enabled in…

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three range

FIRST LOOK IN THE surface, the E-M10 Mark III is essentially an update of the Mark II with 4K video. Actually, that’s not strictly true: on the surface there have been some notable changes, including a bigger grip and a revised mode dial that gives access to four camera assist shooting modes. It’s also just a touch heavier, although still represents an easy-to-livewith option for travel photos. (The Mark II won our travel camera group test last issue.) It’s under the hood where the significant upgrades have been made. As well as offering 4K recording with frame rates of 30p, 25p, 24p, it gains the TruePic VIII image processor used in Olympus’s flagship OM-D E-M1 Mark II. The improved processing performance enables an enhanced autofocus offering – 121 AF points, compared with…

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get a shift on!

CREATING a stir at a recent Canon press launch, these three new tilt-shift lenses combine top-end optics and L build quality with a useful close-focusing capability that further extends their creative possibilities. The TS-E 50mm f/2.8L Macro and TS-E 90mm f/2.8L Macro replace Canon’s current 45mm and 90mm tilt-shift lenses, while the TS-E 135mm f/4L Macro offers a new portrait-friendly focal length. All three lenses feature UD (ultra-low dispersion) elements and nine-bladed apertures. They’ll also share the same eye-watering price (almost £2,500) when they debut in November, so the choice comes down to which focal length will serve your photography best. For instance, the standard 50mm lens is the all-rounder, able to correct verticals and perspectives in everything from architecture to product photography. Opt for the 90mm and you get a lens…

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