Amateur Photographer cover March 11 2017 for web

What’s in Amateur Photographer 11 March 2017

 
The golden age of film
The RPS’s Analogue Group is a big fan of film in all its guises. Vice chairman David Healey looks at camera and lens bargains, as well as darkroom skills

Film stars
Oliver Atwell talks to three photographers who embrace film in all its formats in their work

Customisation secrets: Sony
There’s plenty to tweak on Sony’s Alpha range of models to ensure they work best for you

The art of faking it
Rob Cherry helps guide you through ways of recreating the look of classic film using digital processes and techniques

Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE
Andy Westlake tests a scanner designed to digitise your 35mm negatives and slides

The Leica M4 –  50 and still fabulous
Geoff Harris looks at this rather underrated classic camera as it celebrates its half century

Evening Class
Martin Evening tackles your photo-editing and post-processing problems

Reader Portfolio
Spotlight on readers’ excellent images and how they captured them

Accessories
Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters

7 days
A week in photography

Inbox
Your letters and what’s trending on the AP website

Tech Talk
Expert advice, tips, tricks and more

Final Analysis
Roger Hicks considers…  ‘Three Gorges Dam Project’, China, 2005, by Edward Burtynsky

COVER PICTURE:  © Tim Rudman

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