Digital Camera is the world’s leading digital photography magazine and has been helping photographers of all skill levels improve their images since 2002.
Each issue features photo tips, tutorials, inspiring images, and expert buying advice, along with the latest equipment news and reviews, along with a selection of free giveaways (see below).
Our February 2022 issue will help you start the new photo year on the right foot.
The blanket characteristic features some new photo ideas for 2022, focusing on capturing still life subjects and how that can improve your composition skills no matter what type of photography you enjoy taking the most.
For a limited time, in our January sale, you can subscribe to Digital Camera magazine and get three numbers for £ 3 / $ 3 / € 3. Act now while this deal is still hot!
Other February digital camera highlights
Turn to Active photo for another fantastic selection of all new creative projects, including expert tips for filming live music concerts, how to hide and capture kingfishers, and take creative product photos.
You’ll also find two great tutorials on landscape photography and how to create professional editorial images using a simple pop-up photo studio at home.
And don’t miss the last set of photos for making the cut in our reader gallery – Digital camera readers show just how creative they got, with work spanning a range of genres!
Christmas may be over now, but how about getting ahead of the next one, taking pictures to use on your own cards?
Seasonal close-ups are this month’s theme Camera college – complete the tutorials, then enter your best shot in the photo challenge… one lucky reader will win a copy of Affinity Photo image editing software worth £ 49 / $ 50.
Also this month, we are joining urban architecture photographer Ben Moore for a photo walk in the City of London, for our One by one master class pro.
Get insight into how Ben shoots and how he grew his social media as he followed his path to becoming an internationally sought-after cityscape photographer.
There is also a town corner in this month’s main interview, as we get the inside story of an enchanting series of portraits art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten took during the first Covid-19 lockdown in London.
You’ll get a different perspective on built-up areas – and more – by Favorites, which presents the winners of the Drone Photo Awards 2021.
Dedicated to a genre distinct from traditional photography, these awards have no shortage of excellent aerial footage, and you can savor our selection.
Other highlights from this issue include Shooting, where two readers clash with fashion portraits and summaries in Birmingham, and a Behind the lens interview with curator and art historian Phillip Prodger, who talks about his new history of portrait photography, “Face Time”.
The main digital giveaway of this issue is photo editing software package from Franzis Software, valued at £ 150 / $ 200.
Use B&W projects, Cutout and Color projects to add a little more “wow” to your images.
There is also a new selection of creations image editing techniques for Lightroom, Photoshop, and Affinity Photo, with four new tutorials.
This month’s camera and accessory reviews lead to the Fujifilm X-T30 II, a refreshed version of one of the brand’s capable and compact APS-C mirrorless models.
We put the DJI Mavic 3 camera drone to the test, and collect the 10 best image editing programs on the market, in our group test. Which one comes out on top of our expert test? Go to page 110 to find out …
That’s all for a preview of our February issue, but our website colleagues are creating a new online photography course and would love to hear from digital camera readers.
Please take this 2-minute survey to help us make the best possible course, then you have a chance to receive a FULL scholarship when the course starts later this year.
Latest issue of Digital Camera comes with an unrivaled selection of digital freebies
Freebies included with this issue include photo editing software package valued at £ 150 / $ 200 from Franzis Software, brand new brand new Photo advice cards, 45 minutes of video tutorials and a 270-page camera buying guide Ebook.
Here is the full list of bonus gifts with number 251:
- Nine new photo advice cards for landscapes, wildlife, macro, and more
- £ 150 / $ 200 Franzis Image Editing Software Bundle
- 45 min of video tutorials for Affinity Photo, Lightroom and Photoshop
- Camera buying guide with over 270 pages eBook filled with buying tips
Each issue of Digital Camera magazine is packed with tips, techniques, pro tips, reviews, news and inspiration.
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