Amateur Photographer 26 March 2016

See what’s in Amateur Photographer 26 March 2016


Spring into action

Three nature photographers reveal how to get the very best shots this spring

Spring light
Two experts explain their tips and techniques for getting the most from spring light for portrait, landscape and street photography

Wildlife watch
David Tipling on how to photograph marsh harriers

As right as rain
Three creative photographers explain why you should always get your camera out when the heavens open

Garden studio
Paul Hobson on how to turn your garden into a haven for birds, insects and mammals

Evening class
Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems

Olympus Pen-F
Andy Westlake tests Olympus’s retro-styled Pen-F, with built-in viewfinder and 20.3-million-pixel sensor

Samyang 50mm f/1.2 AS UMC CS
Does Samyang’s fast prime for mirrorless cameras represent a bargain at under £300? Michael Topham gives it a thorough test

7 days
A week in photography

Inbox
Your letters

Reader portfolio
We spotlight readers’ excellent images and how they captured them

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

Technical Support
Expert advice, tips, tricks and more

Final Analysis
‘Frederick Seaton at Home, Lackawanna, NY’, 1989, by Les Krims

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