Practical Photography UK - 2018 February
Сontents magazine - Practical Photography UK - 2018 FebruarySkills & ideas
Beyond the lens: Truly stunning images from the world’s best photographers.
10 clicks: Discover new ways to shoot winter landscapes in our seasonal special.
One-hour projects: Feed your imagination with nine incredible 60-minute photo ideas.
DIY presentation ideas: Take a more hands-on approach to displaying your best pictures.
Know your stuff: Back up and store images safely, the benefits of built-in Wi-Fi, and more.
Beauty in decay: Step into Thomas Mueller’s magical world of abandoned places.
Infinite galaxies: Simone Cmoon’s nightscapes capture the world as never before.
Student showcase: At just 12, Josiah Launstein already has a portfolio to be proud of.
Your free gifts: 60 minutes of new videos, toning presets & replacement skies.
Guy Richardson: How to stay warm and active when temperatures tumble.
Simon Roy: A robin sat on top of a fork handle is just the beginning...
Camera know-how: Take control of focusing settings to ensure sharper shots.
Retouch RAW portraits: Fix colours, lift the exposure and smooth out skin in Adobe Lightroom.
Make a fantasy composite: Merge multiple images with Layers and silhouettes for truly magical results.
3 ways to inject style: Recreate a trio of simple toning techniques in a matter of minutes.
Replace overexposed skies: Drop in one of our free replacement skies and give your landscapes a boost.
Create striking silhouettes: Turn your people pictures into colourful pieces of wall art in three easy steps.
Shoot a time-stack: Capture the passing of time and freshen up your landscapes with this new project.
Photo fixer: PP’s Photoshop genius Dan Mold works his magic on your best images.
FREE! Lightroom presets: Tone your pictures in a single click with 25 exclusive presets for Lightroom.
Get Into Gear
Sony α9: With 20fps shooting speed and amazing AF tracking, is Sony’s latest mirrorless model really the ‘DSLR killer’?
Fujifilm X-E3: The sleekest X Series yet takes Fuji further into the world of touchscreens and lightweight ‘go anywhere’ cameras.
Olympus E-M10 MkIII: It’s very similar to its predecess in appearance and spec, so is the late E-M10 really worth the upgrade?
Entry-level DSLRs: The ten best beginner-friendly models from Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony go head-to-head.
Mini tests: Kodak 360º, digital photo frames, camera sliders and more.
Date: 2018 February