Amateur Photographer is the world’s oldest weekly photographic magazine, established in 1884. It is the respected authority for news and reviews, with detailed tests and investigations on the latest equipment. The weekly contents includes interviews and columns from many of the world’s leading photographers and practical technique to inspire and enthuse the devoted readership, to whom taking photos is far more than just a hobby.

Contributors include professional nature photographer Andy Rouse, renowned photographer Heather Angel, classic camera expert Ivor Matanle, and photographic author Roger Hicks, among many others – while the alumni includes the likes of David Bailey and Bob Carlos Clarke.

Whether online or in print, Amateur Photographer is essential reading for those interested in buying photographic equipment or wanting advice about improving their picture taking.

AP Cover for web 1 April 2017

In Amateur Photographer 1 April 2017, we look at how image stabilisation, whether in-camera or in-lens, can help you get sharper shots handheld in conditions where a tripod used to…

Apple has announced their new video app called Clips, which will be available on the App Store for free at the beginning of April.

We were at The Photography Show 2017 in Birmingham this weekend, and caught up with some top manufacturers at their stands. Join us to hear what they had to say

Panasonic Lumix GH5

With its outstanding 4K video capabilities, the GH5 is a force to be reckoned with, says Audley Jarvis

Amateur Photographer cover March 25 2017 for web

In Amateur Photographer 25 March 2017, we inspire you with our Best of British issue, stuffed with practical tips from top photographers, and we review the powerful Fujifilm X100F compact…

Andrew Whyte - Light Painting

Anything from cheap fairy lights to paint rollers can be used as a light painting tool, says Andrew Whyte, and the results are quite dazzling. We look into a step-by-step…

Oscar Dewhurst cormorant with bubbles on face

Widespread, conspicuous and tolerant of humans, cormorants make great winter subjects, says Oscar Dewhurst

Andy Westlake examines the fourth generation of Fujifilm's classic fixed-lens compact