Meet the stars at The Show!

If you haven’t etched The Photography Show into your cal­en­dar yet, per­haps our line-up of speak­ers will tempt you to save the date. Read­ing like a who’s who of photography, it in­cludes leg­endary war pho­tog­ra­pher Don McCullin, Mag­num mae­stro Martin Parr, s

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Mod­ern D-SLRs are com­pli­cated beasts. They’re so packed with fea­tures and shoot­ing op­tions that it can some­times be hard to know where to start, even for those with a solid grasp of the essen­tials. That’s where this is­sue’s fea­ture comes in: what are the set­tings we need to mas­ter, and what can we man­age with­out? Sure, some spe­cial­i­ties re­quire more ad­vanced fea­tures than oth­ers, which is why man­u­fac­tur­ers in­clude them, but the fea­tures that ev­ery pho­tog­ra­pher uses, re­gard­less of style or genre, can be boiled down to just 10. Get the hang of them, and you’ll be well on your way to re­al­is­ing your own pho­to­graphic goals for 2015.

Else­where, we’ve plenty more to in­spire you, from a pro who spent four months shoot­ing in the Ama­zon jun­gle with a bro­ken foot, to a mas­ter­class on street photography that’ll dis­pel any doubts you might have about pho­tograph­ing strangers in public places.

Plus, back by popular de­mand is The Big Project, which this is­sue walks – or rather wheels – you through a cool way to cap­ture light trails. And as al­ways, if you’ve been in­spired to try any of our projects for your­self, we’d love to see the re­sults!

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