“ACHIEV­ING AC­CU­RATE COLOUR, OR COLOUR WITH PLENTY OF IM­PACT, IS IN­FLU­ENCED BY MANY PRO­CESSES”

Digital Photograper - - Welcome - MATT BEN­NETT, EDI­TOR matthew.ben­nett@fu­turenet.com

Wel­come to the lat­est is­sue of Dig­i­tal Pho­tog­ra­pher mag­a­zine.

Cap­tur­ing colour sounds like a straight­for­ward enough pho­to­graphic con­cept, but there’s a rea­son why black and white was preva­lent for so long. Achiev­ing ac­cu­rate colour, or colour with plenty of im­pact, is eas­ier said than done, and is in­flu­enced by many other pro­cesses along the way. In this is­sue, we’ve got an in-depth guide to work­ing with colour, which is sure to help you to im­prove your re­sults and cap­ture your best pho­tos to date. Turn to p34 to be­gin read­ing it.

Else­where this is­sue, we’ve taken a look at the ins and outs of pos­ing skills for por­traits. The fea­ture cov­ers all you need to know about how to cre­ate su­perb images of peo­ple in-cam­era, whether you’re work­ing with fe­male or male mod­els, or tak­ing group shots. Turn to p48 to have a read.

Th­ese days, cam­eras are jam-packed full of fea­tures and it’s easy to over­look a lot of what they’ve got on of­fer. That’s why we’ve put to­gether a guide to get­ting more from your cam­era. You’ll find it over on p62 of the mag. Un­til next time, happy pho­tog­ra­phy!

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