With long days still offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor photography, what better time for our latest wildlife special to break cover?
Join Dan Mold as he gives an expert masterclass in photographing wild animals and birds, and see how leading pro Terry Donnelly shot this month’s incredible cover image of a squirrel.
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Our Stay at Home section offers more indoor photographic nourishment. Get creative by photographing abstract images of everyday items, enjoy the latest impressive images to grace our reader lockdown gallery, and catch the latest part of our series on how to build a photography website.(opens in new tab)
There are more ‘how-to’ guides in our Photo Active project section, including using a Lensball to add a new perspective, tips for shooting documentary images while travelling, and a guide on how to use Instagram grids as your digital calling card.(opens in new tab)
This issue’s Hotshots turns its focus on the HIPA 2020 Photography Awards, which was themed ‘Water’, while Nicky Quamina-Woo – fresh from winning a top documentary photography award – is the subject of our Q&A interview.(opens in new tab)
Learn some new skills in September’s image editing tutorials, as we walk you through some top creative techniques in Affinity Photo, Lightroom, Photoshop and PortraitPro.(opens in new tab)
We’re delighted that Canon’s biggest new camera for 10 years has just been through our labs: read our verdict on what the much-anticipated EOS R5 brings to the full-frame mirrorless market.
This month’s other major kit feature is a 20-page special celebrating the Best 100 lenses of all time. Do any of yours make the cut?
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The latest Digital Camera magazine comes with an unrivalled selection of digital gifts – there'll be something of interest, whatever type of photography you enjoy shooting.
And there's a free 32-page supplement on how you can transform your photos with Luminar 4, a state-of-the-art image editing program from Skylum.
Here's the full line-up of issue 233's bonus digital gifts:
- Three camera e-bookazines worth £39, covering Canon, Nikon and Sony
- Nine all-new photo tips cards on wildlife, landscapes, creative – and more!
- Image Presentation Megapack with 97 ways to present photos like a pro
- 36 minutes of video tutorials on image editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
- 238-page Camera Buyer’s Guide ebook packed full of buying advice
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