Digital version 7 March 2015 Amateur Photographer

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Digital version 7 March 2015 Amateur Photographer

Amateur Photographer 7 March 2015

In this week’s digital version 7 March 2015 Amateur Photographer magazine –

  • Don’t wait for the perfect light to fall: provide your own. Niall Benvie explains
  • Marting Evening, Chris Cheesman and Jon Stapley on the highs and lows of 25 years of Photoshop development
  • Victoria Grech looks at key focusing techniques in Video Masterclass
  • Travel Photographer of the Year Philip Lee Harvey on his winning images
  • APOY returns with £10,000 of prizes to be won, in association with Sigma. Round 1 Night Life
  • Damien Demolder examines your images in this week’s Appraisal
  • Is the fastest prime lens, the Leica X (Type 113), on any large-sensor enthusiast compact enough to justify its premium price? Andy Westlake finds out
  • The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G ED is a match for Sigma’s current class leader. Richard Sibley reports
  • Spotlight on readers’ excellent images and how they captured them
  • Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • Expert advice, tips, tricks and more
  • Roger Hicks considers…’Etudes’, 1995, by Baron

 

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