“CAPTURING AN IMAGE OF A REMOTE SCENE OR ELUSIVE SPECIES IS A MAJOR PART OF PHOTOGRAPHY”
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.
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time, enjoy your photography!
MATT BENNETT, EDITOR