“ARTISTS OF ALL DIS­CI­PLINES HAVE LONG DRAWN IN­SPI­RA­TION FROM THE NAT­U­RAL WORLD”

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

Wel­come to the lat­est is­sue of Dig­i­tal Photographer mag­a­zine.

Artists of all dis­ci­plines have long drawn in­spi­ra­tion from the nat­u­ral world – and pho­tog­ra­phers are no dif­fer­ent.

How­ever, wildlife pho­tog­ra­phy can present many chal­lenges, from the need to un­der­stand and find your sub­ject to the tech­ni­cal chal­lenges in­volved in cap­tur­ing a suc­cess­ful im­age. In this is­sue,

Rob Read and Paul Sterry have taken a look at the skills in­volved and pro­duced a guide to dy­namic wildlife pho­tog­ra­phy. Turn to p34 to be­gin read­ing it.

Also this is­sue, Ka­sia Burke has ex­plored the art of still life pho­tog­ra­phy, start­ing on p48, while our staff writer Peter Fenech has been busy con­sid­er­ing ways to shoot ar­chi­tec­ture. Turn to p62 to read his fea­ture.

As ever, we’ve got in­dus­try news, pro in­ter­views and tu­to­ri­als to help you de­velop your skills, plus a ca­reer fea­ture ex­plor­ing school event pho­tog­ra­phy. We al­ways love to see your own work, so head over to dpho­tog­ra­pher.co.uk to up­load your im­ages.

Un­til the next is­sue – which, of course, is our 200th – happy pho­tog­ra­phy!

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