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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.

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Digital Photo June 2016, Issue 208

Master the art of light with the experts tips and advice in the June issue of Digital Photo. Take charge of lighting for shooting amazing portraits and improve every shot you take with Photoshop editing secrets. Plus, keep your shots sharp with our camera support guide, and get it right in RAW with easy edits for perfect pics every time. All this, with inspiring techniques for stunning images, reader galleries, constructive critique and tests of the latest gear.

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
  • Free Starburst Brush Kit

In the June issue…

Photoshop Genius
Enhance lighting in Photoshop like a pro – add starburst effects, rescue bad lighting with a mono conversion from RAW, relight a landscape using Lightroom, add light rays in Elements, and much more!

Sculpting light
How you illuminate your subject makes the biggest difference to a portrait, so dive in for a creative set of cutting-edge ideas that’ll give amazing people pics.

Something for the weekend
Get it right with RAW! Follow our easy guide to get pro-quality pics from a flat RAW file.

It works for me
Readers share the images they’ve created after being inspired by Digital Photo projects.

Master your camera
Take better pics by keeping shots free of shake with our guide to the best camera support methods.

Bucketlist locations
Discover the UK’s best spots to take stunning shots with a visit to Stanage Edge in the Peak District.

Why this shot works
Find out how Ashraful Arefin successfully created a delicate yet striking still-life shot.

Planet Photo
Stoke your imagination with our gallery from the world’s best photographers.

Out of the ordinary
Our experts take on the challenge of shooting a mirror creatively, and share their approach.

Photo answers
Expert advice on shooting creative wildlife pics, speeding up Lightroom editing, suppressing reflections in glass, whether to buy flash or continuous studio lighting, and much more!

How did they do that?
Annija Veldre shares her unique approach to making fantasy, composite self-portraits.

Gear focus
Pitting Sigma’s 18-300mm lens against Tamron’s 16-300mm to find out which is the best travel zoom; Panasonic’s GX80 CSC on test; the latest pro Canon DSLR, the 1D X MkII rated; and some of the photo world’s latest gadgets reviewed.