“CAP­TUR­ING AN IMAGE OF A RE­MOTE SCENE OR ELU­SIVE SPECIES IS A MA­JOR PART OF PHO­TOG­RA­PHY”

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Wel­come to the lat­est is­sue of DIG­I­TAL PHO­TOG­RA­PHER mag­a­zine. The nat­u­ral world and pho­tog­ra­phy go to­gether with the same kind of sym­bio­sis as cheese and wine, or a trendy café and jazz. A love of one of­ten fol­lows closely be­hind a pas­sion for the other, and it’s easy to see why. Pho­tog­ra­phers are at­tracted to beauty, and the great out­doors, with its wildlife and scenery, has plenty of visual ap­peal. Plus, of course, cap­tur­ing an image of a re­mote scene or elu­sive species is a ma­jor part of what pho­tog­ra­phy is about.

So, if you’re in­ter­ested in dis­cov­er­ing how to pho­to­graph the nat­u­ral world and cap­ture im­ages with com­mer­cial ap­peal, turn to p36 of the mag­a­zine to be­gin read­ing our fea­ture.

Else­where in this is­sue, you’ll find our guide to the por­ta­ble light­ing set­ups that pro­fes­sional por­trait pho­tog­ra­pher Holly Wren of­ten uses when she’s out and about on lo­ca­tion. Head over to p50 to dis­cover what she has to say.

Mean­while, Lee Frost has taken a look at the ways in which shoot­ing per­sonal photo pro­jects can help to keep your cre­ativ­ity in shape. You’ll find it on p64 of the mag­a­zine.

We’ve also got shoot­ing tu­to­ri­als, in­ter­views with lead­ing pro­fes­sion­als, our reg­u­lar in-depth ca­reer guide, ex­pert prod­uct re­views and the lat­est in­dus­try news to in­spire you, keep you abreast of re­cent de­vel­op­ments, and to help in­form your fu­ture kit pur­chases.

We’d love to see some of your own im­ages, so please up­load them to our Face­book page at WWW.

FACE­BOOK.COM/DIGITALPHOTOGRAPHERUK. Un­til next

time, en­joy your pho­tog­ra­phy!

MATT BEN­NETT, ED­I­TOR

matthew.ben­[email protected]­turenet.com

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