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Practical Photography Magazine

Frequency: 13 issues per year
Cover Price: £4.99

The November issue of Practical Photography is on sale Thursday 1st October and includes a free download of CyberLink’s PowerDirector 12 LE video editing software for every reader!*

Plus, you’ll get all of this…

132-page magazine packed with brilliant photo projects and ideas, definitive techniques guides, pro interviews and in-depth reviews.  

Learn Photography Now CD-ROM featuring over 40 minutes of camera lessons, pro interviews and Photoshop tutorials. Watch the trailer here.

Complete Camera Guide with prices, specs and reviews of every DSLR and CSCs on the market right now. That’s 69 models to choose from!

Three exclusive movie colour style Actions for Photoshop and Elements - give your images a Hollywood makeover in a single click!


Master the art of creative exposure: Discover the secrets behind some of the most eye-catching techniques used by photographers in our complete 14-page guide.

That’s life: No one does real quite like Nick Danziger. From council estates to war-torn regions, this photojournalist offers an unflinching view of the world. Read his story in our exclusive interview…

New ways to shoot the human body: Take an innovative approach to figure studies, and achieve stylishly subtle results with three exciting projects.

Skin deep: Spontaneous poses, simple lighting and a ‘crazy’ model helped Claire Harrison sculpt a tropical paradise-inspired beauty image…

Camera School: Module 5 of our free course looks at the skills needed to shoot artistic light paintings. Sign up here.

Know your stuff: How do I shoot abstract fireworks? Can I shoot macro without a tripod? Should I buy a superzoom or several primes? How do I shoot the moon? Your questions answered.

Editing Suite: Extend your images for a more balanced result, use blending modes to create artistic results, and transform portraits with a grungy background.

Get into gear: We put the world’s most anticipated CSC, the Sony A7R II, through its paces, and find out if the DxO One is the camera of the future. Plus, we review the Sigma 24-35mm f/2 and Nikon’s 500mm f/4E.

*Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8 & 8.1 and Windows XP (not able to import/export H.264 on Windows XP)
Formats: The LE version does not support Blu-ray, 3D, AVCHD, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MKV, FLV & 4K
Resolution: Supports up to Full HD resolution in H.264.