Digital Photo – January 2014
Learn how to shoot epic shots of winter and improve every photo you take with the fantastic Photoshop advice in the January issue of Digital Photo!
There are many fantastic photo ideas to try now, and eight free gifts for better photos:
4 photo tips cards
Bonus digi-mag of Photoshop effects projects
PhotoSkills video lesson CD with 11 new tutorials
Free triptych templates
Free PhotoDirector 4 editing software (for a limited period)
Plus all this...
New camera techniques
10 top tips for Winter
Wrap up warm and capture your best-ever cold weather images with our inspirational ideas, advice and techniques.
Try something new!
Shoot a quirky, creative self-portrait in the comfort of your own home with a wide-angle lens.
Discover how to use an external flashgun away from your camera for great lighting.
Adapt a body cap and turn your D-SLR into an old-fashioned pinhole camera for authentic and stylish retro shots.
Shoot it now – festive lights
Capture glowing decorations at Christmas.
Free Triptych Templates
Add your pics to any of our 33 custom designs for great presentations.
Technique of the Month
Create a Daguerrotype effect for a traditional look.
Sharpening with Unsharp Mask
Learn how to add clarity and detail to your shot.
Quick & easy ideas
Three great filter recipes to give street scenes extra character.
Retro Film Effects
Get the a stylish look that’s all the rage.
Clean up unwanted distractions in your RAW files.
Free PhotoDirector 4 Ultra Software
Manage files, convert RAWs and enchance images using Cyberlink’s imaging package. Free software download for a limited period.
Get inspired by our gallery of beautiful pics taken by the world’s best photographers.
Interview: Tim Wallace
Find out how ex Royal Marine Tim Wallace became a pro car photographer.
Life in Pictures
From underwater photographer to fashion pro, Jenny Brough shares her story.
Practical help & advice
Constructive advice from our experts on how readers’ shots could be improved.
Understanding image resolution, making sense of flash sync speeds, printing panoramic pics, plus much more!
It Works For Me!
Readers share their pictures and stories after trying Digital Photo techniques.
Gear, Tests & News
CSC kits for under £400
We asses four cost-effective models from Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic and Sony to find the best buy.
The latest CSC from Fuji has a spec sheet to almost match the more pricey X-M1. Can it deliver the same quality?
Photoshop Elements 12
We reveal the new features and functions found in the latest incarnation of Adobe’s enthusiast-level imaging software.
Christmas Gift Guide
A dozen objects of desire, with prices ranging from £10 to £100.