PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine new September issue no.182 now on sale!

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New September issue no.182 of PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is on sale now – as well as being delivered safely to subscribers homes. In every issue we feature the best Canon pro photographers and the best EOS experts, and every issue is packed with new Canon techniques, tutorials and tests!

This summer has coincided with a welcome return to a new normal for most of us here in the UK, with many of us looking to escape, if only for a quick break by the coast! 

With longer days and lovely light during the early mornings and late evenings, summer is a fantastic time to get out with your Canon camera and capture some top shots. This issue we collaborate with four Canon pros who share their top tips for summer photography, from travel and landscapes, to sports and wildlife, we’ve got you covered. 

Also inside, Canon pro photographer, PhotoPlus columnist and regular contributor David Clapp teaches our Apprentice how to take brilliant shots around Bristol city’s hot spots. 

The best Canon experts

We interview the precocious talented that is Canon travel photographer, Emmett Sparling, who’s already built up an enviable portfolio and client list, and he’s still only 22 years old!. 

While in My Kit, family portrait photographer Caroline Allington reveals the six pieces of gear she can’t live without.

In our Canon Skills section, we have new step-by-step photo projects; how to use a projector for creative shots outside at night, in Dan Mold’s landscape photo series he explains how to master your shutter speeds for better scenic shots, and he shows you how to take nice lifestyle product shots, plus new image-editing new Lightroom, Photoshop CC and Affinity Photo editing tutorials, all with free video guides.

The best photo-editing laptops in 2020 for photographers

In our Canon School series, learn how to take HDR images with your EOS camera, and we test eight of the best super-telephoto zoom lenses. 

Find out how you can download your FREE Photography Tips, Tricks & Fixes eBook, worth £15.99!

We thank you for sticking with us during these every-changing and challenging times. Our PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine and Canon community continues to grow, and we continue to support each other. 

PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is packed with essential Canon techniques, tests, tutorials and inspiration – out now at all good newsagents and supermarkets, or make sure your copy is delivered to your door every month by subscribing at our online shop from just £13.50 for three issues!

To show our commitment to help the environment, UK subscribers now receive their copies in paper envelopes now.

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PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is the world’s only 100% Canon-focused title on the newsstand. Launched in 2007, for 14 years it has delivered news, reviews, buying guides, features, inspirational projects and tutorials on cameras, lenses, tripods, gimbals, filters, lighting and all manner of photography equipment. 

Aimed squarely at enthusiast photographers who use the Canon DSLR or mirrorless camera systems, all content is tailored to Canon users – so everything from techniques to product tests are tailored to those using the EOS camera system.

Editor Peter Travers brings 14 years of experience as both a journalist and professional photographer, with Technique Editor Dan Mold shoring up the magazine with his 6 years of expertise.