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Charlie Waite guest edits new issue of Digital Camera magazine - on sale now

Leading landscape photographer Charlie Waite guest-edits the new issue of Digital Camera magazine which hits the newsstands today.

Charlie selects his top 25 locations, shares some of his top landscape photography tips and advice, interviews Paul Sanders, and showcases some of his incredible images. Plus, in an exclusive competition, you could win the chance to join Charlie on a workshop in our free to enter contest. 

The packed issues also comes with loads of free gifts: along with 9 camera skills tips cards, a videodisc packed with 61 minutes of photo tutorials, and a full 162 page eBook of Camera Shopper buying guide, there's a a full PC version of Sketch Drawer photo art software to help you create beautiful pencil drawings from your photos. 

In the magazine

In the magazine, we visit Dartmoor to shoot landscapes and look at the basics of filters, and show you how to master techniques such as depth-of-field macro skills, adding vignettes, and backlighting garden birds for spectacular nature shots. 

In the Kitzone test section, you'll find full reviews of the Canon EOS 4000D, Fujifilm X-A5 and Olympus PEN E-PL9, plus Laowa 25mm Ultra Macro lens and Canon Speedlite 470 EX-AI. Plus, prime lenses for street photography on test, and a holster bag round up.

Sketch Drawer free gift

Sketch Drawer Personal 5.1 software offer: Full licensed software download; instructions inside magazine. Free registration with SoftOrbits required to receive licence code. Register by 30 September 2018. Software requires Windows 7, 8 or 10.

Digital Camera
Digital Camera is Britain's best-selling photography magazine - and can also be bought outside the UK as Digital Camera World. Digital Camera is packed with more expert advice and more inspirational images than any other magazine with the sole aim of helping you become a better photographer. Every issue we also bring you a selection of great gifts which are designed to help you get more from your photography.