Nothing stands still in the world of photography. Perhaps that’s why it’s such a wonderful hobby and lifestyle to be involved with. So, it’s with a heavy heart that I have some sad news. After 15 years and 216 issues, this will be the last edition of
Digital Photo. It’s fitting that the last cover image be taken by a reader from our fantastic Shoot The Cover event, and you can read all about the location day on page 16. After all, it’s you (the reader) that inspired the Digital Photo staff to produce all those excellent issues and tutorial videos. We know you’ll be sorry to see Digital
Photo go, but there is a silver lining and the good news is that you’ll be able to find all the best bits from Digital Photo (including a 32-page Photoshop Genius section) in our sister magazine,
Practical Photography. You can find out more about this exciting proposition on page 24.
But for our last issue, we’re going out on a high with an inspiring feature on mono photography, plus we’ll show you how to capture stunning skylines, and impressive structures. Our Photoshop Genius section will help you make the most of this month’s big gift – an exclusive set of Lightroom Split-tone Presets that can easily be applied to an image to give it an instant retro look.
So, from the whole Digital Photo team, thanks for your support and enjoy your photography.
“It was a little cold, but our band of photographers were happy to shoot at Durdle Door (below) with Canon’s fabulous 5D MKIV DSLR.”