In the digital version Amateur Photographer 28 January 2017 Michael Topham takes a first hands-on look at the latest creation in Leica’s legendary M system, the Leica M10

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Amateur Photographer 28 January 2017

  • Leica M10 – Michael Topham takes a first hands-on look at the latest creation in Leica’s legendary M system
  • Andrew Whyte reveals how anything from fairy lights to paint rollers can be used as a light-painting tool
  • Harry Borden explains how his book, featuring a moving collection of Holocaust survivor portraits, was partly an exploration of his own cultural heritage
  • How to change the role of particular buttons and take advantage of ‘hidden’ features in your Nikon menu system
  • We talk to Ali Shams about his black & white street photography taken with his trusty iPhone
  • Steve Fairclough looks at choosing the right type, speed and class of memory card for videoUnder the cover of darkness
  • Michael Topham tests three light sources that can be used to create distinctive effects at night
  • Zeiss ExoLens Pro System for iPhone – We test a set of three lenses for Apple iPhones
  • Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • A week in photography
  • Your letters and what’s trending on the AP website
  • Expert advice, tips, tricks and more
  • Roger Hicks considers… ‘The Greatest Stars’, April 2002, by the Hubble Space Telescope

COVER PICTURES:  © Andrew Whyte / Michael Topham / Ali Shams

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