Get 14 great gifts with the April issue of Digital Camera magazine

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Digital Camera's April 2019 issue comes with an unrivalled range of gifts

Skill up in time for spring with Digital Camera’s April issue. We’ve gathered 50 top tips from professional photographers that will transform your images, no matter which type of photography you love to shoot. 

Over 13 pages, we delve into wildlife with Simon Roy, landscapes with Mark Bauer, portraits with Dani Diamond, nature with Ross Hoddinott, and night-time with Ollie Taylor, plus you can get creative with Dina Belenko. 

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Every issue of Digital Camera comes with 10 top photo projects to try today 

And there’s more inspiration in our Photo Active projects section. Among this issue's 10 projects, we explain all about using a polarising filter to photograph through glass, plus how to shoot a Zen landscape and capture the International Space Station. 

Other highlights in the April issue include learning all about apertures in Camera College, and joining leading pet portrait photographer John Alexander on a dog shoot. 

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Pet portrait photographer John Alexander gives April's pro masterclass 

We take two readers on a low-light photo challenge in Bristol Aquarium and find out what it takes to become a top fashion photographer, in a Q&A interview with New-York based Lindsay Adler, ahead of her appearance on the Super Stage at The Photography Show this month

Kit reviews this issue centre on the Canon EOS RP – a new model that brings full-frame mirrorless to the masses – and we run a face-off between the much-garlanded Nikon Z 6 and Sony A7 III full-frame CSCs. 

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Don't miss Digital Camera's expert verdict on the Canon EOS RP 

Elsewhere, we group test eight beginner cameras ideal for anyone looking to move up from a smartphone camera, stage a six-way film scanner shootout and tell you all you need to know about teleconverters

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The April 2019 issue of Digital Camera magazine is out now – get your copy today! 

The April 2019 issue of Digital Camera comes with 14 fabulous gifts 

  • One pair of fingerless gloves for photographers (UK stores only) 
  • Download of SoftOrbits Photo Retoucher 5.0 for Windows, worth £50 ($69.99)   
  • Video disc featuring 73 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video training 
  • 148-page Camera Shopper ebook packed full of buying advice 
  • Nine tips cards covering techniques for shooting portraits 
  • 79 moody sky images to add to your own landscape photos  

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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.