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This month we have another amazing issue for you, packed full of pro techniques, advice and insight.

Pro techniques you need to master in 2022

Keep up to date with the styles and hot techniques you need to know for the coming year (Image credit: Future)
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Every New Year is an opportunity to learn new skills and further your photographic education. Even top pros recognise the importance of continuous learning and adding to your skillset, but which are the key techniques to focus on? This issue we have complied a set of the best photographic tricks of the trade to keep up with the competition. We have selected those which enable you to own social media and secure commissions, by offering exactly what clients want to see, in any genre. 

Atmospheric landscapes

Capture scenics with added drama by mastering the elements (Image credit: Mads Peter Iversen)
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Landscapes are some of the most popular images to shoot for a reason - they are accessible to all and vary greatly in their scope and variety. However, in order to capture the best possible results, you need to understand what it is about a scene which makes it attractive and how to best to capture these qualities on-camera. In our dramatic landscapes feature this issue, we explore how to shoot scenic images with a difference. From varying your angle to changing up your aperture choices, and from finding ideal locations, to working in challenging weather, we've covered your bases. 

Portraits with colour

Learn to incorporate coloured lighting into your portrait flash repertoire  (Image credit: Holly Wren)
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Join Holly Wren as she walks us through the process of capturing studio portrait images with a flash of colour. Holly demonstrates both the shooting and editing stages of this simple-yet-effective lighting technique, which introduces a cinematic edge to any headshot.

Child and family portraiture

Technique Editor Peter Fenech joins family photographer Nicola Webster for a behind the scenes look of one of her shoots (Image credit: Future)
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Photo editors

Which post processing application is best for you? We put ten to the test. (Image credit: Future)
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Digital Photographer is the ultimate monthly photography magazine for enthusiasts and pros in today’s digital marketplace.


Every issue readers are treated to interviews with leading expert photographers, cutting-edge imagery, practical shooting advice and the very latest high-end digital news and equipment reviews. The team includes seasoned journalists and passionate photographers such as the Editor Peter Fenech (opens in new tab), who are well positioned to bring you authoritative reviews and tutorials on cameras, lenses, lighting, gimbals and more.


Whether you’re a part-time amateur or a full-time pro, Digital Photographer aims to challenge, motivate and inspire you to take your best shot and get the most out of your kit, whether you’re a hobbyist or a seasoned shooter.