Get your sharpest shots ever and improve every photo you take with the expert Photoshop advice and techniques in the April issue of Digital Photo!
There are loads of brilliant photo ideas to try today, and seven free gifts for better photos:
4 photo tips cards
Bonus digi-mag guide to landscape projects
PhotoSkills video lesson CD with 9 new tutorials
16 Free Image Grids
Plus all this…
New camera techniques
Get your sharpest shots
There’s sharp enough and there’s razor sharp: make your D-SLR deliver.
Try something new
Pro tips to capture the character of pets.
The suite of expert tripod set-up skills you need for rock steady image capture.
Bag a definitive daffodil, with easy shooting techniques for any weather.
Shoot it now – get creative with rain
How to extract the drama from a downpour.
Build a new landscape
An easy way to add foreground interest to make a scenic image pack extra punch.
Frame your close-ups
Use one of the 16 free image grids on your CD to create an impactful close-up array.
Jump out the frame
Think outside the box and get a powerful 3D effect from an action shot.
A rush of colour
Make a detail cut through a mono background by letting colour pop through.
Three ways to add zing to your images
Quick and easy Photoshop techniques to lend contrasting flavours to your portraits.
Explore the new atmospheres waiting in your RAW files, unlocked by toning effects.
Get inspired by our gallery of beautiful pics taken by the world’s best photographers.
Interview: Julian Hayr
The music and fashion photographer on shooting James Bond to The Specials, and Sophie Ellis-Bextor to Gordon Brown.
Life in Pictures
Advertising photographer Jonathan Knowles captures top talent and global brands.
Practical help & advice
Constructive advice from our experts on how readers’ shots could be improved.
How to shoot awesome HDR, expert use of auto modes and than ultimate cleaning kit.
It Works For Me!
Readers share their pictures and stories after trying Digital Photo techniques.
Gear, Tests & News
Group Test: ND filters under £30
Neutral density (ND) filters add valuable creative options. Five affordable 3-stop alternatives go head-to-head.
Sony A7 CSC
The world’s smallest and lightest full-frame CSC whose ambition is to render the D-SLR obsolete. But can it?
Olympus Stylus 1
It’s a bridge camera with the looks of a CSC and another chip away at traditional camera categories. Is it any good?
Photoshop for tablets is here, and we were in for a pleasant surprise…
Gadgets & gizmos
A curious panoramic camera, a Wi-Fi enabling camera device and an appealing variable ND filter.