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This month we have another amazing issue for you, packed full of pro techniques, advice and insight.
Pro advice for Stunning Wildlife(opens in new tab)
Aperture control is one of the fundamentals of photography, so it's easy to think we know it well. That may be true, but as our feature by Andy Parkinson demonstrates, there is always something more to learn!
In Andy's feature we look at how to put aperture to work to create wildlife shots with a difference. From capturing animals in their environment, to introducing movement into your compositions, for added energy, Andy guides you through the best ways to elevate your images with f/stops.
Photographer's guide to pro video
DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have made shooting pro-grade video more accessible than ever before. It's now possible to shoot footage good enough for use in Netflix dramas with a camera you might already have! However, video is still a topic which intimidates many of us more familiar with still photography.
With help from some of the biggest names on social platforms like Instagram, Digital Photographer's Technique Editor Peter delves into the world of DSLR/Mirrorless video, exploring and demystifying terms like Frame Rate, T-Stops, Bits, colour grading, truck, dolly, anamorphic and gimbals. The good news- you already have the skills to succeed in video, you just need the knowledge to adapt! Don't miss this one.
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Next up Claire Gillo shows us how to create an intriguing special effect, which is not only fun to shoot and edit, but can be adapted for use in different settings. Claire takes us through both the shooting and processing steps, for a complete project breakdown. Try it out today!
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Plus we've got the usual tutorials, interviews, insight and opinion, from a range of experienced pro photographers from across the industry.
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Inside, you'll find practical guides, shooting tips and techniques from working photographers, plus all the latest industry news.
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