The new look January issue of Practical Photography features 148 pages full of inspirational images, ideas and techniques. Plus, it comes with a CD featuring five free gifts for you, including the Learn Photography Now video show.
Exclusive! Full version download of PhotoDirector 4 Ultra editing software, free for every reader only with the January issue of Practical Photography.
5 FREE GIFTS ON THE CD…
Over 45 minutes of live-action lessons with Learn Photography Now
Complete camera guide of CSCs and DSLRs
Exclusive retro Photoshop and Elements Actions to give your images a vintage makeover
Photoshop and Elements shortcuts to help you save time when editing
Create a pop-up flash diffuser to soften light when shooting portraits
IN THE ISSUE…
7 ideas for amazing still life shots: Beat the cold weather and turn your kitchen into a photo studio, making use of what you have in your cupboards.
Add incredible detail to landscape images: Shoot multiple exposures and follow our step-by-step guide to transform those images into dramatic HDR shots.
Pro showcase: Award-winning wildlife photographer Elliott Neep just can’t get enough of the Arctic. We find out what makes him continue to visit this spectacular icy wilderness.
Know your stuff: Capturing star trails, expanded ISO explained and the difference between entry-level and enthusiast cameras. Plus, how to find out if your images are being used illegally.
Camera School: Learn how to shoot running water with long exposures and follow our tips to get the best compositions.
Editing suite: In this month’s Layers special we cover changing colours in an image, how to make shots sharper and how turn your photos into vintage Kodak moments using Photoshop Actions.
Christmas gift guide: 21 top Christmas gifts for photographers, whatever your budget. From cameras and lenses to accessories, we’ve got something for everyone.
Get into gear: We take a look at the Nikon 1 AW1- the world’s first waterproof and shockproof interchangeable lens camera. Read our verdict on the Nikon D610, the smallest, lightest and cheapest full-frame DSLR, while we go in depth with the Pentax K3.