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Practical Photography Magazine

Frequency: 13 issues per year
Cover Price: £4.99

Practical Photography - Spring 2015

The spring issue of Practical Photography is on sale now and we’re giving away FREE image editing software worth £49.99 to every reader!

Not only will you get a copy of CyberLink’s PhotoDirector 5 suite, you’ll also get all this…

132 pages of amazing images, expert guides and how-to step-by-steps. This issue, spring inspiration, stylish wedding pics, a complete guide to full-frame cameras, and much more.

Learn Photography Now CD-ROM featuring over 30 minutes of camera lessons, Photoshop tutorials and pro interviews. See trailer here.

Revamped camera buyer’s guide with price, specs and reviews of every interchangeable lens camera.

Bonus minimag packed with 32 pages of Photoshop skills for adding amazing filter effects. Plus, handy cutout toolbox shortcuts guide.

Ten exclusive ‘film effects’ Actions for Photoshop and Elements - give your images a vintage makeover in a single click!


Take a fresh look at spring: Capture the season of new life and revitalise your photographs with four brilliant camera and editing projects.

At one with nature: Outdoor photographer Vincent Favre explains his philosophical approach and shares his jaw-dropping images.

How to shoot weddings as a guest: Take a fly-on-the wall approach on the big day for relaxed, candid shots that will stand the test of time.

Vintage renaissance: Milan-based fashion photographer Giuseppe Circhetta shares the secrets behind his super-stylish ‘Charming light’ series.

Camera School: Beginner’s guide to shooting colourful natural world images. Plus, get expert feedback on your images! 

Know your stuff: How to get lens flare, choose the right tripod legs, ringflash explained, the RAW advantage, and more.

Editing Suite: Step-by-steps for sharpening images with Unsharp Mask, resizing for email, web and large prints, and creating grungy borders.

Get into gear: The most comprehensive full-frame camera guide ever compiled, with every model reviewed and compared. Plus, in-depth review of Nikon D5500.