Richard Sibley

Richard Sibley

Deputy Editor

Richard joined Technical Department in 2007 and is now APs Deputy Editor.

Before joining the AP he was a tutor, teaching GCSE and A-Level photography, and was also the manager of a photographic lab, printing both film and digital images.

He has a degree in Editorial and Advertising Photography, having graduated from the Kent Institute of Art and Design.

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Sony FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro

Sony’s latest full-frame E-mount lens brings affordable macro imaging to Alpha 7 cameras. Richard Sibley takes a closer look

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In 1966, Gerry Cranham photographed the World Cup final in colour. Fifty years on, he speaks to Richard Sibley about what it was like to shoot the most important football…

Olloclip-Studio-back

The Studio claims to release the potential in your iPhone. Richard Sibley tries it out

With 425 phase-detection AF points, continuous shooting at 11fps with autofocus, a 24.2-million-pixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 4K video capture and a whole host of other features, the Sony Alpha 6300…

After years in the wilderness, the classic 50mm lens is experiencing something of a comeback, thanks in part to compact system cameras giving these once-unloved lenses a new lease of…

In the 5th March issue of Amateur Photographer magazine we reveal how we recreated a classic portrait image of Marilyn Monroe - check out the behind the scenes here.

Sony's new premium compact system camera features a 24.2-million-pixel sensor, fast AF tracking as well as 4K video capture. We take a first look at the Sony Alpha 6300.

It has been one of the most anticipated cameras of the last couple of years, but the Fujifilm X-Pro2 has finally arrived, and we have been fortunate enough to use…