Digital Photo April 2015, Issue 192
Make the most of the scenes on your doorstep to capture your best landscape images with the expert tips and techniques in the April issue of Digital Photo. From tranquil rural scenes to dramatic cityscapes, you’ll learn all you need to know to shoot and edit a superb range of scenic shots.
There are loads of brilliant photo ideas to try today, and eight free gifts for better photos:
PhotoSkills video lesson CD with 12 new tutorials
Free Lastolite flash bracket
Landscape Effects Kit
Five bonus tutorials for creative imaging techniques
In the April issue…
Photoshop Genius – Create your best landscapes
Unlock your creativity in our big Photoshop section… apply a range of effects to landscapes in just one click, transform scenes into a photo planet, add new foregrounds seamlessly, make beautiful mono fast, and much more!
Get artistic floral shots using nothing more than the zoom control on your lens.
Sharpen up your shooting technique with our guide to using autofocus modes.
Get an impossible-looking shot of a split-second moment in time using some clever shooting tricks.
Inside the image
Expert insight on how mesmerising high-speed wildlife shots are captured.
Get inspired by our gallery of beautiful pics taken by the world’s best photographers.
Get the shot
Great photographers reveal how they got their pics – and how you can do it too.
The key differences between Photoshop and Elements, how to shoot macro on a budget, understanding exposure bracketing, and more.
The Big Interview – Annalisa Russo
The pro music photographer reveals what it’s like to capture the live performances of some of the biggest bands in the world.
In-depth reviews of four tripod-and-head packages under £300, Sony’s full frame CSC the A7 Mark II, the latest in Panasonic’s Lumix range the pocketable GM5, and more.