See what's in this week's digital version Amateur Photographer 30 May 2015

What’s in this week’s digital version Amateur Photographer 30 May 2015

Digital Version Amateur Photographer 30 May 2015

Amateur Photographer 30 May 2015

 

Andy Westlake takes a first look at the popular X-T1’s new little brother, the Fujifilm X-T10

Andy Westlake gets hands on with Olympus’s new premium lenses – 7-14mm f/2.8 and 8mm f/1.8 lenses

Get your portraits noticed with some clever in-camera distortion techniques, says Jake Hicks

Paul Gallagher on why he now shoots colour on a DSLR after shooting mono on large format for 25 years

Three workshop leaders share their experience and tips with Tom Smallwood

We reveal the top 30 winners of our Going Abstract round of APOY 2015

Damien Demolder examines your images

Pentax’s mid-range DSLR promises excellent value for money. Andy Westlake finds out whether the Pentax K-S2 delivers

Richard Sibley puts the Panasonic Lumix G Macro 30mm f/2.8 Asph Mega OIS, an affordable lens option for Micro Four Thirds users through its paces

A week in photography

Your letters and guess the date competition

Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters

Expert advice, tips, tricks and more

Roger Hicks considers… ‘West Pier #1’, 1998, by Tim Rudman

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