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Digital Photo Magazine

Digital Photo magazine is the first choice for photographers looking to take and make better pictures. With easy-to-follow projects, tips and techniques, every issue comes with a free CD-ROM packed with video lessons so you can learn new photo and imaging skills the smart way.

Frequency: 13 times a year
Cover Price: £4.99 an issue

Digital Photo - August 2014

Digital Photo August 2014, Issue 184

Get creative with amazing Special Effects in Photoshop and enter the fascinating world of macro photography with the expert advice and techniques in the August issue of Digital Photo!

Plus eight free gifts for better photos:

DxO Optics Pro Elite photo editing software

PhotoSkills video lesson CD with eight tutorials

10 light ray brushes to paint onto any scene

Five bonus tutorials for creative imaging techniques


In the August issue…

Capture the world in close-up
All you need to know to shoot striking macro pictures this summer.

Fresh ideas to try
Make your own DIY diffuser to soften nature shots.

Essential skills
Discover the pros and cons of ISO changes, and learn to shoot in any lighting conditions.

Creative camera
Shoot a self-portrait trick shot that features you in a number of different poses.

Inside the image
The lowdown on freezing wildlife action.

Instant expert
Tripods are a must for creative shots, so here are your options for three-legged friends.

Planet Photo
Get inspired by our gallery of beautiful pics taken by the world’s best photographers.

Get the shot
Great photographers reveal how they got their pics – and how you can do it too.

Photo Answers
Learn about Photoshop Layers, shooting the Northern Lights, improving summer portrait shots, plus much more.

The Big Interview – Alexandre Buisse
The brilliant extreme sports photographer reveals how he forged his career shooting death-defying antics in the mountains.

Gear focus
In-depth reviews of six close-fosucing macro lenses, the Sony Alpha 6000 super-sharp and Nikon’s D5300 entry-level D-SLR.