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Nisi – An Invitation to Upgrade

NiSi UK has announced an upgrade promotion that enables those who are looking to move across to its highly regarded filter range the opportunity to trade in their existing filter holder from any manufacturer – including out of production NiSi holders and the V5 Pro – in return for a 20% reduction on a wide selection of NiSi holders, filters and kits.

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Professional Photo Issue 189

As the COP26 Climate Conference takes centre stage there’s an appropriate environmental feel to the latest issue of Professional Photo, with a glorious nightscape shot by astro photographer Josh Dury gracing our cover. It’s a scene that reveals the glorious expanse of the universe that can be seen in a dark sky but, as Josh reveals, there’s a battle on to prevent the creeping threat of light pollution. Our special section is also looking at the things professional photographers can do to make their businesses greener, a process that doesn’t just benefit the planet but which can help you to attract like-minded customers. Meanwhile Julia Fullerton-Batten is showing us her memorable London lockdown project, now a sumptuous book thanks to a spectacularly successful Kickstarter campaign, while Peter Dench is recalling some of the near-disasters that he’s encountered throughout his career. Matty Graham discloses how far he would go to get the shot while Paul Wilkinson is sharing his delightful portrait of a young boy and explaining how much of the power of the shot was added in post-production. We’ve got Richard Bradbury completing his mini-series on car photography with an overview of how to achieve action shots, while Lisa Devlin has been working with a Hasselblad at recent weddings and is rapidly falling in love with medium format. On the technical front we’re showcasing some of the latest location lighting to hit the market and we’re reviewing the powerful new Atomos Ninja V+ monitor and also taking a look at cost-efficient ways to trade up to a full frame system. It’s another bumper issue, so come and take a look and enjoy the read!

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Professional Photo 189 Digital

As the COP26 Climate Conference takes centre stage there’s an appropriate environmental feel to the latest issue of Professional Photo, with a glorious nightscape shot by astro photographer Josh Dury gracing our cover. It’s a scene that reveals the glorious expanse of the universe that can be seen in a dark sky but, as Josh reveals, there’s a battle on to prevent the creeping threat of light pollution. Our special section is also looking at the things professional photographers can do to make their businesses greener, a process that doesn’t just benefit the planet but which can help you to attract like-minded customers. Meanwhile Julia Fullerton-Batten is showing us her memorable London lockdown project, now a sumptuous book thanks to a spectacularly successful Kickstarter campaign, while Peter Dench is recalling some of the near-disasters that he’s encountered throughout his career. Matty Graham discloses how far he would go to get the shot while Paul Wilkinson is sharing his delightful portrait of a young boy and explaining how much of the power of the shot was added in post-production. We’ve got Richard Bradbury completing his mini-series on car photography with an overview of how to achieve action shots, while Lisa Devlin has been working with a Hasselblad at recent weddings and is rapidly falling in love with medium format. On the technical front we’re showcasing some of the latest location lighting to hit the market and we’re reviewing the powerful new Atomos Ninja V+ monitor and also taking a look at cost-efficient ways to trade up to a full frame system. It’s another bumper issue, so come and take a look and enjoy the read!

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Professional Photo 189 Print

As the COP26 Climate Conference takes centre stage there’s an appropriate environmental feel to the latest issue of Professional Photo, with a glorious nightscape shot by astro photographer Josh Dury gracing our cover. It’s a scene that reveals the glorious expanse of the universe that can be seen in a dark sky but, as Josh reveals, there’s a battle on to prevent the creeping threat of light pollution. Our special section is also looking at the things professional photographers can do to make their businesses greener, a process that doesn’t just benefit the planet but which can help you to attract like-minded customers. Meanwhile Julia Fullerton-Batten is showing us her memorable London lockdown project, now a sumptuous book thanks to a spectacularly successful Kickstarter campaign, while Peter Dench is recalling some of the near-disasters that he’s encountered throughout his career. Matty Graham discloses how far he would go to get the shot while Paul Wilkinson is sharing his delightful portrait of a young boy and explaining how much of the power of the shot was added in post-production. We’ve got Richard Bradbury completing his mini-series on car photography with an overview of how to achieve action shots, while Lisa Devlin has been working with a Hasselblad at recent weddings and is rapidly falling in love with medium format. On the technical front we’re showcasing some of the latest location lighting to hit the market and we’re reviewing the powerful new Atomos Ninja V+ monitor and also taking a look at cost-efficient ways to trade up to a full frame system. It’s another bumper issue, so come and take a look and enjoy the read!

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