Digital Photo March 2016, Issue 204
Capture amazing images at home with the expert tips and techniques in the March issue of Digital Photo. From dramatic close-ups and colourful abstracts to light-painted florals and dreamlike self-portraits, there’s an absorbing mix of creative projects to try today. Plus, improve every shot you take by mastering Photoshop’s tools – use the free triptych templates, create a long-exposure look, make a photo joiner, add new skies and more. All this, with inspiring techniques for stunning images, reader galleries, tests of the latest gear and much more.
There are loads of brilliant photo ideas to try today, and these free gifts for better photos:
PhotoSkills video lesson CD with 9 new tutorials
30 free triptych templates
In the March issue…
Photoshop Genius – Improve every shot you take
Inspiring Photoshop projects for better pics: add your images to the 30 exclusive triptych templates, create a long exposure look for your landscapes, discover the advantages of using Curves, make a photo joiner, add new skies and much more!
The great indoors
Six fantastic projects you can shoot at home that’ll sharpen your skills, expand your creativity and reward you with stunning pics!
Something for the weekend
Combine your shooting and Photoshop skills to create amazing night landscapes with star-filled skies.
It works for me!
Readers share the images they’ve created after being inspired by Digital Photo projects.
Get more from flash
All you need to know to fire your flashgun off camera for improved lighting in your shots.
Discover one of the UK’s best spots to take stunning shots, with a visit to Ashness Bridge in the Lake District.
Why this shot works
Expert insight on the composition, shooting skills and ingenuity used to create a stunning colour-packed portrait.
Fuel your passion with our gallery of pics and stories from the world’s best photographers.
Out of the ordinary
Take on the challenge of turning a kitchen utensil into a creative image. Our experts share their approach.
Expert advice on using the Levels command, cleaning up battery chemicals in a flash, repairing dented hotshoes, checking for sharpness while you shoot, and much more!
The big interview – Tom Anderson
The globetrotting co-founder of Myspace shares his passion for photography, and reveals how it determines where he travels.
Three sub-£90 Neutral Density filters with dial-in darkness levels go up against each other; the latest prestige compact from Sony, the RX 100 Mk IV is put through its paces; and some of the photo world’s latest gadgets are tested.