You don’t have to travel far to shoot creative scenes, and this issue Ashraful Arefin tells us how he combines everyday items with Photoshop magic to produce his charming still-life setups at home.
And that’s not all. Also in this month’s N-Photo:
While the pace of easing lockdown restrictions isn’t the same the world over (or even within the UK), in England, at least, small groups are finally allowed to meet, so we’ve been able to resume our Apprentice features with landscape pro Tom Mackie showing one socially distanced reader how to shoot sunrise and sunset scenes in the waterways of Norfolk.
Also glad to be able to get out of the house, Matthew Richards reveals his pick of landscapes lenses, with a selection of primes and zooms for both FX and DX Nikons going head to head in our Big Test.
We get our hands on Nikon’s latest pro camera for sports and news photographers. Admittedly, the D6 is a little too specialized – not to mention pricey – for most N-Photo readers, but for those that make their living capturing great sports moments it’s the tool of choice.
We also have our usual mix of practical projects to try in our Skills section, with accompanying videos available online.
This issue, we’re also giving away a pair of photography ebooks for you to download onto your device for access when out and about: Teach Yourself Astrophotography and Teach Yourself Black & White Photography – full of inspirational tricks and tips to help you improve.
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