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Get 12 free gifts with the May issue of Digital Camera magazine

Get 12 free gifts including 9 all-new photo tips cards with the May 2019 issue of Digital Camera

Now that the days are longer and warmer, we’ve put together a landscapes special for Digital Camera’s May issue. Join seasoned pro Dave Fieldhouse as he shares his top tips, whether you're shooting landscapes, seascapes or cityscapes. 

But if you’re the kind of photographer who prefers to capture subjects on the move, then we've got something unmissable for you, too: join award-winning wildlife photographer Tesni Ward for a seabirds masterclass on location in Bempton Cliffs in Yorkshire, UK. 

You’ll also find plenty of inspiration in our Photo Active section. Highlights this month include a starter guide to aerial photography, using a macro lens to capture bluebells and how seeking out lesser-visited locations will really improve your landscape captures. 

If you're looking to brush up on some photographic concepts, we’ll guide you through the ins and outs of flash. There’s more theory – and plenty of inspiration – in the May issue’s Practical Photoshop section, including new ways to work with mono in Lightroom, and how to ‘paint’ images with Photoshop’s Pattern Stamp. 

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Learn how to shoot your best-ever landscape scenics, in the May 2019 issue of Digital Camera 

On other pages, we head to the seaside for a reader photo challenge, and catch up with landscapes and wildlife legend Moose Peterson in this month’s interview. 

The May issue's camera kit reviews include Panasonic’s Lumix S1R, currently the world’s highest-res full-frame mirrorless, plus the latest version of Ricoh’s modern classic, the GR compact. Our group test crowns a winner from a competitive field of leading super-telephoto zooms, and we also reveal what to look for when buying a graduated filter system. 

Other highlights in the May 2019 issue of Digital Camera include 77 minutes of video tutorials, 16 water reflection Photoshop effects and two fantastic competitions. Plus, we relaunch our popular tips cards with a brand new series covering nine photographic subject areas. 

The May 2019 issue of Digital Camera comes with 12 fabulous free gifts 

  • Nine all-new photo tips cards covering landscapes, nature and much more! 
  • Videodisc featuring 77 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video training 
  • 148-page Camera Shopper ebook packed full of buying advice  
  • Water Reflection Pack: 16 texture files for use as Photoshop filters

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Niall is the editor of Digital Camera Magazine (opens in new tab), and has been shooting on interchangeable lens cameras for over 20 years, and on various point-and-shoot models for years before that. 


Working alongside professional photographers for many years as a jobbing journalist gave Niall the curiosity to also start working on the other side of the lens. These days his favored shooting subjects include wildlife, travel and street photography, and he also enjoys dabbling with studio still life. 


On the site you will see him writing photographer profiles, asking questions for Q&As and interviews, reporting on the latest and most noteworthy photography competitions, and sharing his knowledge on website building.