Practical Photography UK - 2018 March
Сontents magazine - Practical Photography UK - 2018 MarchSkills & ideas
Beyond the lens: Light painting, hammerhead sharks and Gitzo competition winners.
10 clicks: A brace of brilliant photo ideas to keep you shooting through winter.
Inspiration guide: The world’s best shutterbugs share their plans for staying inspired.
Surprising macro: Discover three unusual subjects to shoot up close and personal.
Know your stuff: The zone system, smartphone apps, wildlife fieldcraft and much more.
Polar explorer: Daisy Gilardini lives among the wildlife of the Arctic and Antarctica.
Tokyo after dark: Andrew Curry explores Japan’s neon-lit capital city in search of images.
Student showcase: Who needs a camera when you’ve got Vicky-Michelle Squire’s photograms?
Your free gifts: HDR software worth £72, 60 minutes of videos and more.
Guy Richardson: When the going gets tough, top pros get motivated.
Simon Roy: Find out how simple natural world fieldcraft can get you even closer to great wildlife.
Camera know-how: Get to grips with your camera’s various metering modes.
Use Lightroom’s toolbar: Learn to crop, straighten, remove dust spots and add filters to landscapes.
Edit your macro images: Discover a trio of simple editing tricks that can enhance your close-up shots.
Relocate objects: Use the Contact-Aware Move Tool to nudge your focal point into a better place.
Turn photos into paintings: Add a realistic hand-painted effect to a portrait using this simple process.
Improve your selections: Draw around every strand of hair using the Select and Mask functions.
Create dynamic movement: Shoot and edit your ND filter images with this ‘take and make’ Lightroom project.
Photo fixer: Photoshop ace Dan Mold edits four reader images to a professional standard.
FREE! HDR software: Download HDRsoft Photomatix Pro 5 and create tonally rich HDR images.
Get Into Gear
Panasonic Lumix G9: Boasting the world’s fastest AF speed, this new CSC is built for action.
Canon G1 X MkIII: Meet the premium compact camera that offers near-DSLR image quality.
Leica CL: It certainly looks the part, but at over £3000 can this CSC ever justify its price-tag?
Fuji GFX 50S v H’blad X1D: The mirrorless medium-format behemoths face off in this in-depth test.
5 best website portfolios: Show off your work to a worldwid audience without having to learn HTML.
Mini tests: Tamron’s 100-400mm, B+W ND filters, Benro tripod heads and much more.
Date: 2018 March