The new issue of Digital Photographer is out now.
As the first signs of autumn start to appear, we have another amazing issue for you, packed full of pro techniques, advice and insight.
Other than autumn colour, one of the aspects of this time of year that photographers look forward to is the shorter days. While sun seekers might complain as the sun rises later and the night draws in earlier, we know about the possibilities for incredible images the shorter days provide.
In this issue we explore the wonders of night photography. Covering everything from cityscapes to astrophotography and preparation to processing, delve into this complete masterclass to low light success.
Up next is a feature we've been excited about for quite some time. It's a little different but has never been more appropriate, in the fast-paced, yet somehow stagnant times in which we currently live. There's a lot happening, but we're asked to stand still, stay home and be patient at the same time.
On these pages Paul Sanders explains his slowed down creative process, teaching us how to better connect with our subject, learn to appreciate our surroundings and make reflective creative decisions. It's not to be missed!
Create coloured light
Follow DP veteran Holly Wren on this shooting and editing project, where you'll learn how to put coloured gels to work, transforming your portrait images and more. Holly will guide you through the entire image creation process, from start to finish.
Lenses for astrophotography
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Digital Photographer is a monthly magazine, and the kitbag essential for enthusiasts and amateurs alike!
Inside, you'll find practical guides, shooting tips and techniques from working photographers, plus all the latest industry news.
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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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