AP-15-February-cover-2014

News
Canon launches wireless A3 printer; Ricoh to focus on Pentax DSLRs; Olympus reveals ‘outdoors’ compact camera; Polaroid releases quartet of bridge cameras; Top photojournalist fired over image manipulation; Sony slashes workforce

Review
The latest books, exhibitions and websites

The final frame
Ogden Chesnutt thinks that 2014 will be the year he wins big on the stock (photography) market

Photo insight
SAC Graham Taylor talks us through his spectacular shot of a Spitfire, part of the portfolio of images that won him the RAF Photographer of the Year crown for 2013

Retoucher’s guide
Martin Evening explains how to change hair colour using Photoshop

Olympus OM-D E-M10
It’s more affordable than its two siblings, but this new camera is no entry-level model. Richard Sibley gives his first impressions of this micro four thirds CSC

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Our experts answer your questions

Testbench
Benro CoolWalker Messenger bag M100N and Rogue Safari DSLR Pop-up Flash Booster

Maximum resolution
With 36-million-pixel, full-frame sensors, the Nikon D800E and Sony Alpha 7R achieve maximum resolution by not having anti-aliasing filters. Michael Topham takes a closer look, to compare image quality and handling

Classics to use
Ian Burley investigates whether contemporary software can breathe new life into an eight-year-old Pentax *ist DL

Letters
AP readers speak out on the week’s issues

Backchat
AP reader David Askham reviews his photography upgrade requirements for 2014

The comeback kid
Aaron Yeoman, who finished third in APOY 2013, talks to Jon Stapley about his spectacular revival in the final stages of this year’s competition

Reader spotlight
Another selection of superb reader images

Appraisal
Chris Gatcum examines your images, offering words of wisdom and constructive advice

Surf and turf
David Baker skilfully captures the tangible beauty of the UK coastline and countryside with his camera. He explains to Jade Lord how he works with the changing weather and light to create his painterly images

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