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Digital Photographer No. 238

Launched in 2002, Digital Photographer is the ultimate monthly photography magazine, delivering indispensable, practical and hands-on shooting advice. Aimed at digital enthusiasts and professional photographers, Digital Photographer features the latest high-end kit reviews, expert interviews, practical shooting advice and image-editing tutorials to help you become a better photographer. We also showcase a selection of images from DP readers every month – the ideal launch pad for your career. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
US$4.99
US$40.99
13 Issues

in this issue

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understanding colour can help to create natural, stunning and effective scenes

Colour is such an inherent part of photography, yet we don’t always give it the attention it deserves. Modern cameras can handle tones more accurately than ever, and editing software enables us to edit the colour temperature and saturation after a shoot with precision. It’s easy to think we can fix colours later on, but getting them right in-camera is always the best approach. In our masterclass this issue, we’ll be showing you how and why understanding colour can help to create natural, stunning and effective scenes. Get to grips with the essentials of colour theory from p14. Next up, discover how to create photographic magic closer to home with a fun feature on family documentary portraits. You won’t find any posing or perfection here – turn to p28 to read tips…

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our contributors

PETER FENECH As our in-house technique editor, Peter knows his way around most genres. He kicks things off this issue with a colour masterclass on p14, covering all the elements needed for bolder and brighter shots. Peter’s latest shooting tutorial is on p46, and he’s also tested two new pro lenses from Canon and Nikon (p110). Website: www.digitalcameraworld.com RORY LEWIS Working in iconic cities around the world, such as London, NY, Amsterdam, Rome, and LA, Rory is an award-winning portrait photographer, whose work often features celebrities. In our new Pro Analysis article, Rory shares the insights behind his portrait of a famous comedy duo. Discover what makes the shot work on p68. Website: www.rorylewis.studio KAV DADFAR UK-based travel and landscape pro Kav shoots on assignment for a myriad of editorial and commercial clients, and leads photo tours…

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digital photographer uk

Editorial Editor Lauren Scott lauren.scott@futurenet.com 0330 390 6246 Senior Designer Neo Phoenix Production Editor James Price Technique Editor Peter Fenech Senior Art Editor Warren Brown Content Director Chris George Product photography Bath Photo Studio Contributors Benedict Brain, Alice Chapman, Emma Collins, Kav Dadfar, Claire Gillo, Graeme Green, Diana Hagues, Daniel Kordan, Rory Lewis, Antonina Mamzenko, Dan Mold, Angela Nicholson, Serge Ramelli, Matthew Richards, Bruno Soares, Søren Solkaer Main cover image © Serts/Getty Images Advertising Media packs are available on request Commercial Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Advertising Manager Michael Pyatt michael.pyatt@futurenet.com +44 (0)1225 687538 Account Manager Matt Bailey matt.bailey@futurenet.com +44 (0)1225 687511 International Licensing Digital Photographer is available for licensing and syndication.. Contact the Licensing team to discuss partnership opportunities. Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw licensing@futurenet.com Subscriptions New orders: www.magazinesdirect.com0330 333 1113 help@magazinesdirect.com Renewals: www.mymagazine.co.uk Customer service: 0330 333 4333 Email queries: help@mymagazine.co.uk Group Marketing Director Sharon Todd Circulation Head of Newstrade Tim…

1 min
gifts & giveaways

Free e-book to download Teach Yourself Photography This month, hone your essential camera skills with our free e-book Teach Yourself Photography. It explains basic concepts such as how to balance exposures, how to get sharp shots, and how to maximise image quality. The advanced skills section at the end of the book is full of practical how-to guides. To claim your free e-book, head to https://bit.ly/DP238-book You’ll need to enter your details, and then we can email you a link to directly view and/or download your free e-books. Free talks and demos Spring Shoots If you missed the virtual Spring Shoots event from the makers of The Photography Show, there’s still a few days left to catch up with the talks on demand. The weekend of 6-7 March saw interviews with some of the biggest names in…

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sony fx3 expands sony’s cinema line

While Sony’s Alpha mirrorless cameras are essentially hybrid stills/ video shooters, the FX3 is an out-and-out movie camera. Aimed at one-person shooters, it’s complete with Sony’s Cinetone-S colour science, a detachable handle with XLR audio input, integrated mounting points, and a movie-specific control layout unlike anything on Sony’s existing Alpha models. The Sony FX3 might look like an Alpha, but it’s actually the newest and smallest member of Sony’s Cinema line, with the VENICE at the top, the FX9 and the still-new FX6 sitting below it in the line. Internally, the Sony FX3 has plenty in common with the A7S III and Sony FX6. It has a full-frame 10.2MP back-illuminated EXMOR R CMOS sensor paired up with Sony’s high-speed BIONZ XR processor. This combination offers video shooting speeds up to 4K 120p and…

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wex photo video to open a 10th uk store soon

One of the UK’s biggest photo retailers has announced the imminent arrival of a 3,000 square-feet store, set to open in Leeds’ Moor Allerton District Centre in late spring 2021. The brand new Wex Photo Video store will offer play tables for customers to get ‘hands on’ with demo cameras, an events space for live demos and seminars, as well as other services, such as repair and rental. The retailer also has plans to expand categories such as astro, optics and computing. Founded originally as an online retailer, Wex Photo Video looks committed to its multi-channel offering. Despite the downturn in fortunes of many retailers in the last year of lockdown restrictions, CEO Louis Wahl is optimistic for Wex Photo Video in 2021 and beyond: “The last year has been challenging but…