Amateur Photographer 27 January 2018

January 25, 2018

What’s in Amateur Photographer 27 January 2018

How low can you go?
David Clapp shares his top tips and techniques on making the most of low light in your scenes

The edge of the light
Ian Plant reveals the story behind some of his most successful shots

The streets of San Francisco
Fred Lyon talks to Geoff Harris about the low-light masterpieces in his new book, San Francisco Noir

Photo Insight
Wildlife photographer Sarah Skinner takes us through how she achieved her beautiful backlit photo of a jackal, with a bird in its mouth, winding around a herd of elephants at a waterhole

Mountains from molehills
Alternative landscape photographer Chris Dale talks about his recent project on experimenting with intentional camera movement

Panasonic Lumix G9
Michael Topham reviews the high-end, stills focused, mirrorless G9

Huawei Mate 10 Pro
Andy Westlake explains why this unique camera should be taken seriously as a photographic tool

Final Analysis
Roger Hicks considers… ‘Callanish Stones, Isle of Lewis’, 2009, by Kate Ferris

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