Ever wondered how to capture night-time wonders? Well, now’s you chance, with our 14-page guide to photographing the night sky.
Leading pro Ollie Taylor shows you how to get great shots of the Milky Way, the Northern Lights, the moon, auroras and star trails.
But if this isn’t your preferred subject area, then turn to our Photo Active projects section. Here you’ll find 10 things to shoot, edit or create this month, from stormy seascapes to fun feline face-swaps.
And talking about cats – big cats – top pro David Yarrow gives us the inside track on how he shoots some of his incredible images of wildlife. Just don’t call him a wildlife photographer, though…
For our Shootout reader photo challenge, we set two readers loose in Cornwall’s Eden Project – find out what happened on their macro masterclass.
Other highlights in Digital Camera's September issue
Other regular features in the September issue of Digital Camera include Camera College, in which we reveal everything one could possibly want to know about shooting in Raw format, and our Hotshots gallery, which focuses on the CEWE Photo Award 2019.
Learn from some pro feedback on images submitted by our readers in Photo Answers, under the expert tutelage of Andrew James, and pick up some valuable new skills in Practical Photoshop, our photo editing section, courtesy of four brand-new tutorials including Profiles in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom.
Equipment reviews in our September issue lead on a DSLR vs mirrorless camera battle royale – eight leading models from a variety of manufacturers go head to head. Plus, we give our verdict on the Fujifilm GFX 100, a compelling new entrant into the medium-format market.
Other highlights in Digital Camera’s September 2019 issue include nine all-new tips cards, 18 Raw style Photoshop presets, 56 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video tutorials and a 148-page camera gear ebook.
And there’s more – a free download of the ON1 Effects 2019 photo and effects editor worth £50/$60 is available via download for all readers, for both PC and macOS. All you need to do is register by 30 November 2019.
The September 2019 issue of Digital Camera comes with 12 fabulous free gifts
- 9 all-new photo tips cards covering action, macro, landscapes… and more!
- Video disc featuring 56 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video training
- 18 Raw style Photoshop presets
- 148-page Camera Shopper ebook packed full of buying advice
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