Now that we're having to spend more time at home, we’ve given a bigger focus to photography projects to enjoy under lockdown restrictions.
Photo Active gets things under way, with seven great projects you can shoot indoors, plus more inspiration besides.
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Our new Stay at Home section follows on and will walk you through some of the photographic housekeeping you’ve been meaning to do for ages – if only you had the time.
Now you probably do, so this selection of lockdown-friendly jobs includes scanning photo prints with a camera, an introduction to image cataloguing, and a new four-part series on how to build a photography website.(opens in new tab)
This month’s Shoot Sharper Shots cover feature is an essential guide to getting tack-sharp images every time, whether you shoot wildlife, nature or action.
And Camera College covers a related subject: how autofocus works, and how to get the most out of it.(opens in new tab)
As always in Digital Camera, there’s plenty of inspiration to savour.
Our Hotshots gallery showcases our highlights from the 2020 Zeiss Photography Award, while leading pro Craig McDean talks about fusing fast cars and fashion for his forthcoming photo book, in our seven-page Q&A interview.(opens in new tab)
Image editing is something that can safely be undertaken in lockdown, of course, so we’ve expanded the range of our coverage.
Alongside Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, you can now immerse yourself in a Serif Affinity Photo tutorial – the first of a new series.
This section is also where you can find out how to download and use Skylum Aurora HDR 2018, this issue's software gift.(opens in new tab)
New camera reviews lead on the Fujifilm X100V, followed by the Olympus PEN E-PL10, plus why Canon’s EOS-1D X pro workhorse would make a great pre-owned buy right now.
Lenses on test include the Nikkor Z 24mm f/1.8 S and Laowa’s 65mm f/2.8 UM macro marvel, while the best bokeh lenses grace our group test.
The new issue of Digital Camera comes with a fabulous selection of digital gifts(opens in new tab)
This issue's headline gift is an Ultimate Home Editing Pack of three photography e-books worth £45/$50. To claim them, just register your details via the link in the magazine and we'll email you a download link.
The pack comprises: Teach Yourself Image Editing, Teach Yourself Lightroom and Teach Yourself Raw in Photoshop – an incredible 588 pages of expert advice and tutorials.
Here's a list of the gifts in full:
- 'Ultimate Home Editing Pack' – three photo e-books worth £45/$50
- Skylum Aurora HDR 2018 image editor, worth £80/$95
- Nine all-new photo tips cards on landscapes, action, nature – and more!
- 12 Photoshop Actions for presenting your photos like a pro
- Video disc featuring 48 minutes of image editing video tutorials
- 208-page Camera Buyer’s Guide ebook packed full of buying advice
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