The latest issue of Digital Camera is on sale today! As you can see from the eye-catching cover, this issue is all about retro photography – how to get vintage-looking shots, how to use old film lenses on digital SLRs, essential Photoshop tips and more. It’s the ultimate guide for anyone who wants to add a bit of vintage class to their shots, without resorting to dumbed-down software presets like those found on camera phones.
Gear-wise, we review the latest power compact cameras – ideal back-ups or even replacements for a big, bulky SLR – and review two of the hottest new cameras to come out this year. First up is the mighty Nikon D800, a 36 megapixel, full-frame bruiser that’s set the market alight. Equally impressive is the exquisite Fujifilm X-Pro 1, a retro-styled compact system cameras with cutting-edge features. You’ll find video reviews of both cameras on the free disc, alongside the latest installment of Teach Yourself Photography. Discover how to adjust ISO, white balance and more, or sharpen your Photoshop skills.
On the subject of Photoshop, we’re also giving away a free guidebook this issue, all about Photoshop for photographers. It’s essential reading for anyone who wants to get the most from their images!
Meanwhile pro inspiration is provided by Robert Wilson, a top portrait photographer, whose gritty shots of combat zones in Afghanistan have to be seen to be believed.
We’ve also got a fabulous new subscription offer. Subscribe now and you’ll receive a Westcott reflector kit worth £40, and gain access to exclusive content.
Subscribe now and you’ll receive a Westcott reflector kit worth £40, and gain access to exclusive content.
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