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The June issue of Digital Camera is packed with all the features and regulars you'd expect to see in the world's favourite photography magazine.
'Break the rules!' – this issue’s lead feature – shows how to challenge what you’ve learned about photography over the years to get some surprisingly creative outcomes, whether you shoot landscapes, portraiture, nature or wildlife.
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And those last two subject areas are well covered in our One to One pro masterclass: we set off for Skomer Island in Wales to shadow travel photographer Matthew Williams-Ellis as he gathers stills and footage of puffins for a forthcoming video.
Outdoor assignments feature prominently in our Photo Active section, too. Learn how to use ND filters for capturing sumptuous slo-mo waterfall scenes, glean some top tips for producing saleable topical images from national newspaper photographer Chris Gorman, and discover the focus stacking technique for getting maximum depth of field when shooting landscapes. Plus, fine art photographer Neil Burnell offers a definitive guide to photographing butterflies.
More advice is available in Camera College, this month covering fill flash, while our Practical Photoshop section is packed with photo editing tips: find out all about Photoshop’s Smart Sharpen tool and how to use the Point Curve in Lightroom to create a fun retro film look.
Our Shootout photo challenge this month packs two readers off to the farm to photograph micro-pigs, our expert Andrew James offers six pages of hints, tips and pointers in Photo Answers, and animal photographer Tim Flach reveals the inside story of his award-winning images in our Q&A interview.
The June issue’s camera reviews section leads on Canon’s latest entry level camera, the EOS 250D, plus we test the first new Canon RF lens to drop in 2019: the 28-70mm f2L.
With the summer holiday season now firmly on the horizon, our group test rounds up the very best super-zoom lenses for travel; and leading pan and tilt tripod heads slug it out in a six-way shootout. This issue is also a bag buyer’s bonanza: we have a roller bags mini-test, plus how to shop for a shoulder bag.
Other highlights in Digital Camera’s June 2019 issue include 75 minutes of video tutorials and 15 photo mosaic effects. Don’t forget that there’s still just about time to enter a photo challenge competition to win three Sigma pro lenses worth £4150 – the competition closes on 7 June, and full details are on page 111.
Other highlights in Digital Camera's June issue
The June 2019 issue of Digital Camera comes with these fabulous gifts
- Download of Skylum Cinematic Color Looks Pack of Lightroom and Luminar presets, for PC and Mac, worth $24 (£23)
- Video disc featuring 75 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video training
- 148-page Camera Shopper ebook packed full of buying advice
- 15 photo mosaic effects to add to your own photos
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