In Amateur Photographer Digital Version 16 April 2016 we try out the Sony Alpha 6300 that takes APS-C compact system cameras to a new level

Amateur Photographer Digital Version 16 April 2016

Amateur Photographer Digital Version 16 April 2016

Amateur Photographer 16 April 2016

 

See what’s in Amateur Photographer digital version 16 April 2016

  • The technical aspects of portrait photography are all well and good, but for Kate Hopewell-Smith the rules of composition are just as important
  • With the weather not playing ball, Russ Barnes looks for alternative photographic inspiration – and finds it in the humble pigeon
  • The village of Thornham, on the north Norfolk coast, with its variety of photographic subjects, never fails to deliver for Justin Minns
  • Dougie Wallace shoots the cabs of Mumbai using flash
  • We showcase the best of our readers’ images
  • Martin Evening deals with white balance and haze removal issues
  • Sony Alpha 6300 – The follow-up to the Alpha 6000 that takes APS-C compact system cameras to a new level
  • Western Digital My Cloud EX2 Ultra – The all-in-one storage solution that’s ideal for photographers with huge archives of pictures
  • A week in photography
  • Your letters and guess the date competition
  • Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • Our technical team offer expert advice, tips, tricks and more
  • Roger Hicks considers … ‘Bison grazing in geyser fumes, USA’, 1995 by Thomas Hoepker

 

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Amateur Photographer Digital Version 16 April 2016