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Amateur Photographer

Amateur Photographer


Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Amateur Photographer is the world's oldest weekly magazine for photography enthusiasts. With its unique weekly format, it is the first for news and events, plus features on techniques, equipment tests and darkroom advice. It appeals to those interested in buying and learning about digital and film photographic equipment, wanting advice on improving their technique, and learning about the greats in photography. Regular features on reader portfolios, darkroom, digital, black & white and photographer profiles ensure all areas of photography are covered. With an audience of dedicated photography enthusiasts.

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a week in photography

We spend a lot of money on cameras with high-resolution sensors, and the best quality glass to put in front of them, so it seems almost criminal not to squeeze as much sharpness out of our pictures as we can. This week we round up a few tips to help. Speaking of sharp, we also test Nikon’s new 85mm lens for its Z system. We look back at a classic Voigtländer, and celebrate the legacy of Duffy, whose work helped define the sixties. The new book on him is at the top of my Christmas wishlist. What’s on yours? If you’re stuck for ideas, how about a subscription to AP? Details are on page 46. Better still, how about £5,000 to spend on pursuing your dream photographic project, plus access…

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this week in 1938

Tree Pullers by Gerry Cranham THIS sweet image comes from 10 December 1938 and shows children from the Homeless Children's Aid and Adoption Society Home in Leytonstone, London, hauling their Christmas tree. Although decorated trees have been associated with Christmas for centuries, widespread popularity in the UK is typically associated with Prince Albert's influence in the 1840s. In 1933, a restriction on the importing of foreign trees led to a rapid growth in the British Christmas tree industry. The British Christmas Tree Growers Association estimates that we purchase between six and eight million real Christmas trees every year. The Getty Images Hulton Archive is one of the world’s great cultural resources. Tracing its origins to the founding of the London Stereoscopic Company in 1854, today it houses over 80 million images spanning…

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news round-up

Epson panorama winner flies high Mieke Boynton has become the first female photographer to win the Epson International Pano Awards, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Boynton won the panorama contest with an image of ‘braided rivers’ in Iceland, a stunning shot which involved chartering a Cessna plane. See all the winners at thepanoawards. com/2019-winners-gallery. Bold and saturated colours are officially in Leading stock image library Shutterstock has revealed which colours proved most popular with customers between 2018 and 2019. Apparently the hottest hues for visual creatives are Lush Lava, a bold and fiery orange-red, Aqua Menthe, a vivid, cyan-tinged mint shade and Phantom Blue, a rich navy with significant depth. See www.shutterstock.com/blog. Howzat! Cricket photo contest now open The Wisden-MCC Cricket Photograph of the Year 2019 competition is open for entries. First prize…

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big picture

A NUMBER of entries made into the Sony World Photography Awards 2020 have been released. The photographs, which come from the ‘Open' category – which as the name suggests can be entered by any kind of photographer – once again show the high level of skill the competition attracts. This striking and vibrant image, taken by Vietnamese photographer Khanh Phan, comes from the Travel category and shows a woman drying sticks of incense, a vital step in their production. The 2020 competition's judging panel will be headed once again by Mike Trow – it will meet in January to debate the work, with the first shortlists expected in February. To find out more, and to enter your own shots for free, visit worldphoto.org. © KHANH PHAN, VIETNAM, ENTRY, OPEN, TRAVEL, 2020…

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fujifilm opens doors to house of photography

Fujifilm's flagship London store opened its doors to the public on 3 December. The first of its type anywhere in the world, and billed as a ‘photography experience centre', it's on Long Acre in Covent Garden. Visitors can try Fujifilm products including its Instax, X-series, and GFX medium format mirrorless cameras. Printing services are available and it's even possible to buy film. AP was given a sneak peek before the official opening, and came away impressed. The main products are on the ground floor, and the spacious upper level includes a photo gallery, Fujifilm School seminar space and a free-to-use studio area. Members of Fujifilm Professional Services benefit from their own lounge, while large studios are available to hire in the basement. All the latest information will be available via a…

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jessops board mulling sale of company

JESSOPS is in the early stages of discussions with potential buyers, according to Retail Gazette, Sky News and others. They cite unnamed sources who reveal that discussions with the buyers, who are also unnamed, is one of the options that is currently being considered by the Jessops board as it struggles with challenging trading conditions on the high street. This latest development comes two months after the camera retailer filed a ‘notice of intention' to appoint administrators to help sort out the debts of its property arm, JR Prop Limited. The notice has been extended as part of efforts to persuade landlords to support a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), which may lead to rent cuts and even store closures. Current owner Peter Jones, who is a household name thanks to his…