Digital Camera is Britain’s best-selling photography magazine, with 148 pages of top photo advice every month to help photographers of all interests and abilities improve their images.
Whether you like to shoot landscapes, wildlife, portraits, action, macro, street, still life – or get creative with abstract and fine-art approaches – Digital Camera covers all these areas with aplomb.
And it doesn’t matter which brand of camera or type of system you use – from DSLR to mirrorless, bridge to compact… whether you shoot on full-frame, APS-C or Micro Four Thirds sensors – you'll feel at home with Digital Camera.
Plus, every issue comes with a selection of free gifts, including nine photo technique tips cards, a folder of digital downloads featuring video lessons on photography techniques and image editing skills, a digital gift for improving your images in Photoshop CC, and more.
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Digital Camera Magazine (opens in new tab) is the definitive guide to digital photography. Every issue comes packed with expert advice, in-depth tutorials, free gifts and inspirational images. Digital Camera’s sole aim is helping you to become a better photographer.
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Here’s a taste of what you’ll find inside your monthly copy of Digital Camera:
One to One pro masterclass – we pair up with a leading photographer and shadow them on a shoot. Go behind the scenes with us and glean some expert tips from practitioners in a variety of genres, including landscapes, portraits, wildlife, macro, action, astro – and many more.
Photo Active – 10 fresh and new projects to try yourself, or draw inspiration from, every issue. With a wide range of genres and styles to choose from, there’s something for everyone!
Cover feature – a 12-page masterclass on a different discipline or area of photography each month. Learn from the pros and improve your techniques in subjects including landscapes, macro and wildlife, plus how to shoot your best-ever images of seasons including spring and autumn.
Camera College – take a deep dive into a different area of photographic theory and practice with this expert but fun guide. Apply the learnings, practise the techniques and you’ll soon be sitting at the front of the class!
Hotshots – our regular gallery showcasing the work of some of the world's leading photographers, especially those to have been recognised in the latest international photography competitions.
Practical Photoshop – nine pages of tutorials for mastering the latest techniques in Photoshop, Lightroom and Camera Raw. Our expert tutors are also published image editing authors, so you’re in the best hands possible.
Photo Answers – reader questions answered by our expert. If you’re bewildered by bracketing, exasperated by exposure settings – or anything else – then this four-page section is the fix.
Kit Zone – the latest cameras, lenses and accessories tested by our expert team, under lab and real-world conditions. If you’re thinking of investing in some new equipment, then our reviews or group tests are essential reading.
Interview – we catch up with the world’s leading photographers, to discover more about them, their passion for photography and how they mastered their craft. Recent interviewees have included Albert Watson, Marsel va Oosten, Olga Michi, Rankin, Charlie Waite, Nicky Quamina-Woo, Christy Goodwin, David Yarrow, Moose Peterson and many more.
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