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Gifts worth £69 with new issue of Digital Camera including Skylum AirMagic software

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While there are still lockdown restrictions in place, Digital Camera magazine continues its focus on fun photography projects to enjoy at home. Head straight to Photo Active for eight creative ideas to shoot indoors, and more besides. 

Remember that if you can't get to the shops to buy a copy, then you can buy Digital Camera online

Plus, we're also running a lockdown-friendly five issues for £5/$5/€5 promotion. Don't delay – subscribe today! 

Find out how to get started in astrophotography, just one of the new photo projects in issue 230 of Digital Camera magazine (Image credit: Future)

Our Stay at Home section covers more photographic housekeeping that’s crying out to be done during lockdown. 

Discover how to produce perfect photo prints at home, how to choose a photo sharing site, and the best home photography kit (eg scanner, printer, computer, display and more) to invest in. 

Leading pro photographer Glyn Dewis shares his hints and tips for making perfect prints at home, in Digital Camera magazine's new Stay at Home section (Image credit: Future)

Many photographers would have started out with a 50mm prime lens married to an SLR camera, so this month’s feature celebrates this flexible optic that can handle most subjects you’re likely to want to shoot. 

Read our expert advice on photographing landscapes, macro, portraits and more with a lens that should always be in your camera bag. 

Discover how to get the best out of a 50mm lens, and why it's a must-have piece of camera kit, in issue 230 of Digital Camera magazine (Image credit: Future)

June’s Hotshots gallery features our top picks from’s ‘The Mind’s Eye’ Awards 2020, while in our seven-page Q&A interview documentary photographer Marc Newton takes us behind the scenes of ‘The British Boot Sale’, a five-year project that explores our throwaway culture. 

Documentary photographer Marc Newton reveals the inside story of his project to capture British car boot sales, in issue 230 of Digital Camera magazine (Image credit: Future)

Image editing is lockdown-friendly, of course, so this month there are plenty of expert tutorials to get stuck into. Learn how to sharpen images in Lightroom, retouch portraits in Photoshop, and edit raw files in Serif Affinity Photo.

This section is also where you can find out how to download and use Skylum AirMagic, a new image editor that can optimise your camera drone photographs in a matter of seconds – it's this issue's software gift. 

Get a copy of Skylum AirMagic worth £35/$40 in the new issue of Digital Camera magazine  (Image credit: Future)

This month’s main camera review is the Canon EOS Ra, a full-frame mirrorless designed for astrophotography. Another model optimised for one style of photography is the Leica M10 Monochrom – but does it justify its £7,250 price tag? 

We also test lenses including the Panasonic Lumix S Pro 70-200mm f/4 and the Irix 45mm f/1.4, while our group test reveals the best glass for photographing garden birds. 

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Lockdown has meant there's more time for photographing garden birds, so make sure you've got the best glass for the job by reading the group test in issue 230 of Digital Camera (Image credit: Future)

The new issue of Digital Camera comes with a fabulous selection of digital gifts 

Issue 230 of Digital Camera magazine is on sale now – and you can also enjoy it on your tablet or smartphone (Image credit: Future)

Issue 230 of Digital Camera comes with a selection of fabulous digital gifts, comprising Skylum AirMagic, dedicated software for editing drone images; three photo bookazines about image editing; nine all-new photo tips cards; 36 Photoshop textures; 41 minutes of Photoshop and Lightroom video tutorials; and a 222-page Camera Buyer’s Guide ebook

Here's a list of the gifts in full: 

  • 'Ultimate Lockdown Photography Pack' – three photo e-books worth £34  
  • Skylum AirMagic camera drone image editor, worth £35
  • Nine all-new photo tips cards on nature, portraits, black and white – and more! 
  • 36 natural textures for Photoshop, to help you create artistic photographs  
  • Video disc featuring 41 minutes of image editing video tutorials 
  • 222-page Camera Buyer’s Guide ebook packed full of buying advice 

Subscribe now

Every issue of Digital Camera magazine is packed with tips, techniques, pro advice, reviews, news and inspiration. 

To make sure of your copy every month, subscribe at our online shop from just £12.50! 

You can buy limited back issues of Digital Camera magazine in print at our MyFavouriteMagazines secure store.

Back issues (Image credit: Future)

Alternatively, there are a number of different digital options available, including:

Apple app (for iPad or iPhone)
Zinio app (multi-platform app for desktop or smartphone)
PocketMags (multi-platform app for desktop or smartphone)
Readly (digital magazine subscription service)

  • Geoff L
    These offers are great if you actually are able to get the downloads I am getting really cheesed off with have to send emails to the mag in order to get a link that works, I only yesterday got the links for the ebooks from last month, another thing I and I know others are getting a little fed up with the cards each month , they were great to start with but now what the hell do you do with them.
    Another thing like I know others have said is the gifts that are given to new subs, yes I do understand that they use them to hook new subs but blimey I have been a sub for many years now and the only thing I have had is a 50p lens brush, I would love a new bag something half decent but there not for the long termers we are already hooked now.
    And before I get of my soap box why have the digital version set around the price of the printed version surly we should be getting that have the price of the printed version it would safe one hell of a lot of trees tip cards would be on your computer not filling all the draws in the house and to top it DCM would save thousands in paper and printing cost and then just maybe they may give the long termers a decent gift each quarter

    Sorry for going on but it needed to be said I read it on forums all the time but nobody does anything to stop it
  • Geoff L
    admin said:
    Plus 3 photo ebooks, 36 Photoshop textures, nine tips cards and 41 minutes of editing tutorials – another lockdown-busting selection of gifts with the world’s favorite photo magazine

    Gifts worth £69 with new issue of Digital Camera including Skylum AirMagic software : Read more
    Great if you can get them without the hassle of email going back and forth because links don't work