Digital version 21 February 2015 Amateur Photographer

February 13, 2015

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Amateur Photographer 21 February 2015

In this week’s digital version of Amateur Photographer magazine –

  • Michael Topham takes a first look at the all-new Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R – a pair of DSLRs boasting an astonishing 50.6-million-pixel sensor
  • Jon Devo previews Canon’s newest entry-level DSLRs, the Canon EOS 750D and 760D, aimed squarely at two different types of photographer
  • Andy Westlake takes a first look at Canon’s new enthusiast-oriented compact system camera, the Canon EOS M3
  • Michael Topham looks at Canon’s latest L-series wideangle zoom, the Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM
  • Three experts explain how they add the finishing touches to their landscape, portrait and wildlife images
  • We present a gallery from 2015’s International Garden Photographer of the Year competition
  • Luke Massey reveals how to photograph short-eared owls during winter
  • An exhibition at London’s Tate Modern offers a strikingly different take on war photography. It won’t be what you expect, writes Gemma Padley
  • Bryan Lowry on the pleasures and pitfalls of lava and volcano photography
  • Damien Demolder examines your images in this week’s Appraisal
  • Panasonic’s new Lumix DMC-TZ70 compact travel zoom has a 12.1MP sensor with larger pixels for greater light-capturing capabilities. Jon Devo puts it to the test
  • We find out how the Epson EcoTank L355 peforms
  • Spotlight on readers’ excellent images and how they captured them
  • Accessories – Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • Roger Hicks considers… ‘Dr Crighton’s Apparatus’ (1867), by Samuel Heracles Gascoigne-Simpson

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Amateur Photographer is the world’s oldest consumer weekly photographic magazine, first published in October 1884. Since then, AP (as it is affectionately known to its readers) has been the bible for both amateur and professional photo-enthusiasts around the world. It has helped generations of photographers to improve their skills.

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