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Crammed full of inspirational shooting advice, expert camera workshops, image-editing tutorials, the latest kit reviews and exclusive interviews, Digital Photographer has everything you need to help you shoot like a pro. Every issue includes a free CD loaded with video tutorials, high-resolution test shots, podcasts and much more. It’s the only magazine for digital photographers.

In this issue...



Shoot and Edit Retro Images!

Ultimate guide to Retro
- Shooting and editing effects for a vintage photo result.

The urban landscape
- Discover the beauty in the buildings and street life all around you.

Creative car masterclass
- We visit Goodwood to see how the pros capture stunning car shots.

Top 20 tips for lighting
- Everything you need to know about light, plus how to sue light meters.


Also inside...
- Win £10,000 worth of kit!
- How to become a landscape photographer
- Quick Photoshop Fixes
- Colour spaces explained
- Celebrity shooter Brian Smith speaks
- Pentax K-30 review
- Samsung NX1000 test
- Can a photo change the world?
- Better wedding photos workshop

Free with this issue...
Free CD with 75 minutes of Photoshop and photography training videos, website templates and much more!

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