A week in pho­tog­ra­phy

Amateur Photographer - - 7 Days -

One of the big­gest pre­con­cep­tions about pho­tog­ra­phy is that we all wel­come blue-sky weather. In fact, hard sun­light can be a pain, and mood­ier, more un­pre­dictable weather is of­ten more suited to dra­matic shots (one up­side of the great Bri­tish cli­mate). So for this is­sue we asked noted doc­u­men­tary pho­tog­ra­pher and teacher, Tony Woro­biec, to share his se­crets for get­ting shots in less-thanper­fect weather – it’s any­thing but a washout, as you’ll see on page 14. Other big high­lights in­clude a first look at the Sony Al­pha 7R III and a round-up of the best mir­ror­less cam­eras for a wide range of needs and bud­gets. I’m also trans­fixed by Tim Flach’s new por­traits of en­dan­gered species, and sure you will love them too – turn to page 24 now. Nigel Ather­ton, Edi­tor

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