Spring has sprung so what better time to get your camera out and get shooting? Our mobility may be restricted due to the coronavirus, but you can try many of the projects in our 10 Ways to Capture Spring cover feature in your garden.
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Also based at home is food photographer Donna Crous, who shoots her rustic-styled creations in a studio next to her living room. Find out how she does it – and how you can, too – in our One to One pro masterclass.(opens in new tab)
You’ll also discover plenty of photo project inspiration in this month’s Photo Active, including how to make a pinhole camera, and adding faux fog to an image. Plus, our new six-part series will have newbies to Instagram up and running in no time.(opens in new tab)
Spring is a great time for cleaning, of course, and we’ve got this covered in Camera College, with a six-page guide to keeping your kit in pristine condition.(opens in new tab)
Inspirational photography is a staple of Digital Camera. This month you can enjoy a Hotshots gallery of the winning images from Shackleton’s inaugural Capture the Extreme competition. And the photographer Stephen Shore discusses the new edition of his seminal book American Surfaces, in our Q&A interview.(opens in new tab)
For a selection of all-new image-editing tutorials, head straight to our 14-page Practical Photoshop section. While you're there, you can find out how to download and use SoftOrbits Batch Picture Resizer, worth $39.99 – this month's software promotion.(opens in new tab)
Leading gear and test coverage in the Spring issue includes the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III, Sigma’s 24-70mm f/2.8 Art lens, and round-ups of the best camera holsters and 360º cameras.
Our group test reveals the best macro lens for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, while we offer a buying guide for travel tripods.
The Spring 2020 issue of Digital Camera comes with 13 fabulous gifts(opens in new tab)
- Nine all-new photo tips cards on nature, landscapes, action – and more!
- 50 Skies library for Photoshop to transform your landscape images
- SoftOrbits’ Batch Picture Resizer software (Windows only), worth $39.99
- Video disc featuring 94 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video training
- Bonus video content – Spring cover feature technique tutorials
- 208-page Camera Buyer’s Guide ebook packed full of buying advice
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