In this digital version Amateur Photographer 29 October 2016 we announce the results of the Street Photography round of APOY 2016, mastering your JPEG's, Christmas cover competition and more

Digital version Amateur Photographer 29 October 2016

Amateur Photographer 29 October 2016

See what’s in the digital version Amateur Photographer 29 October 2016

  • Tim Daly looks at the facts behind using JPEGs rather than raw files
  • The need for speed
    Four professional photographers working in very different genres explain why they use JPEG capture
  • Be a Christmas cover star – Here’s your chance to see your picture on AP’s cover
  • Fifty years ago, American photographer IC Rapoport visited Aberfan just after the colliery tip tragedy. He talks to Amy Davies
  • APOY results – We reveal the top 30 images from the street photography round and the winner of the Sigma prize worth more than £1,000
  • Steve Fairclough with tips and advice on buying the right video camera for your needs
  • Andy Westlake on how to fine-tune your camera for JPEG shooting
  • Andy Westlake’s personal view on which camera brands give the best JPEGs
  • A week in photography
  • Your letters and what’s trending on the AP website
  • Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • Expert advice, tips, tricks and more
  • Roger Hicks considers…‘Cold Reflections’, 2006, by Stephen Williams

COVER PICTURE © Jessica Drossin

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