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Great new issue no.156 of PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine now on sale!

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The new issue of PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is on sale now – as well as arriving in subscribers' (opens in new tab) postboxes too. 

This month inside PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine, Essential Landscape Photography Guide, pro tips for better family portraits, DSLRs vs Mirrorless cameras test + new photo projects and free videos...

For any of you who have experienced the thrill of capturing a stunning sunrise as it lights up a beautiful scene in front of you, it’s easy to see why landscape photography is so popular with many enthusiast photographers. This issue we’ve dedicated our big Canon skills guide to helping you take your landscape photography to the next level. Whether you’re a keen amateur Canon photographer, or serious semi-pro shooter, there are plenty of secrets and settings we share to assist you on your landscape photoshoots.

Also inside this issue, our lucky PhotoPlus Apprentice gets to spend a day with award-winning Canon professional photographer Catherine O’Donnell, and discovers to how take amazing family portraits.

Passionate news and documentary photographer, Ilvy Njiokiktjien, reveals how she’s captured in camera the lives of the first generation of South Africans growing up free of the oppressions of the Apartheid, which ended 25 years ago.

In Canon School, learn the benefits of an Electronic viewfinder vs Optical viewfinder vs Live View.

New Canon Skills

In another informative and inspirational Canon Skills section, we have more great photo projects to try out, such as how to capture infrared images, creating the illusion of a balancing act, and taking creative images with just a spoon and patterned paper! 

Plus there are new Adobe CC, Photoshop Elements and Affinity Photo tutorials. All come with free videos. 

In our Gear section, we test four Canon EOS DSLRs against four Canon mirrorless cameras to see which is best for you, plus new more new kit on test.

Read more: DSLR vs mirrorless cameras: How do they compare in 2019? (opens in new tab)

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PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine (opens in new tab) is the world’s only 100% Canon-focused title on the newsstand. Launched in 2007, for 14 years it has delivered news, reviews, buying guides, features, inspirational projects and tutorials on cameras, lenses, tripods, gimbals, filters, lighting and all manner of photography equipment. 


Aimed squarely at enthusiast photographers who use the Canon DSLR or mirrorless camera systems, all content is tailored to Canon users – so everything from techniques to product tests are tailored to those using the EOS camera system.


Editor Peter Travers brings 14 years of experience as both a journalist and professional photographer, with Technique Editor Dan Mold shoring up the magazine with his 6 years of expertise.