See what’s in Photo Technique Summer 2015
Photo Technique Summer 2015
Photo technique is a magazine created by photographers for photographers who want to develop their skills, be inspired by stunning imagery and take better photos.
If you’re bored of photographing the same landscape time and again, look no further than our comprehensive location guide to the UK. Packed with stunning vistas across the country, there’ll be no excuse to be stuck for inspiration.
To help you get your best ever portrait shots, we’ve spoken to a number of experts to compile the Ten Commandments of portrait photography – follow these and you’ll never take bad people shots again!
Elsewhere, Richard Peters explains how to master lighting for wildlife, while we’ve got a host of tips and advice when it comes to image processing. Enjoy the issue. – Editor – Phil Hall
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Refine your skills for shooting out in the wild
Mastering the light – Add an extra dimension to your photos with creative use of natural light
Wild light – How using flash can help to get a unique perspective on your subject
In the field – Niall Benvie and his popular field-studio photography project
Wildlife watch – How to shoot brown hares, short-eared owls and badgers
Get the best from an often difficult subject
It’s a dog’s life – Expert advice from three top dog photographers
Achieve stunning people shots
10 portrait commandments – Top tips on how to take your best-ever people shots
Light work – How to achieve a classic fashion look with this simple set-up
Out of the shadows – Achieve flattering, shadow-free lighting in the studio
Urban lighting – Take the studio outside
Detailed and imposing
Master of mono – Billy Currie’s creative black & white process
Inspiration, advice and help