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Photographer dated 29 March 2014

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FREE Landscape Supplement with this week’s issue
Improve your landscape photography supplement- Expert

landscape advice from Charlie Waite, Doug Chinnery and David Ward

Discover how to gain the maximum sharpness and depth from

your lens by stacking landscape images together. Michael Breitung explains how,

while Phil Hall demonstrates how to shoot and merge a focus-stacked image in a

step-by-step guide

The arrival of the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II comes two years

after the launch of the original model. Michael Topham takes a first look at

the new model to find out how it has been improved

While the design of the Fujifilm X-T1 and Nikon Df hark back

to an age when 35mm film was king and DSLRs had few knobs and dials, do these

digital models fulfil the desire of many photographers to return to that time?

Richard Sibley finds out

Meet the Bigshot, the world’s first-ever do-it-yourself

digital camera, designed to educate and inspire amateur photographers of all

ages. Jon Devo builds and tests one

With a 20.3-million-pixel, APS-C-sized sensor in a

DSLR-style body, the Samsung NX30 compact system camera could give the likes of

Olympus, Panasonic and Sony a run for their money. Callum McInerney-Riley puts

it to the test

This week’s news

In a special news feature, Chris Cheesman investigates the

crash of compact system camera sales and asks whether these smaller

interchangeable-lens cameras have a future in the UK

Details on how to download your digital version of Amateur Photographer