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Professional Photo Issue 182

We are celebrating the fact that weddings have the go-ahead to start up again with a gorgeous cover from columnist Lisa Devlin and some thoughts from her about how you need to be looking carefully at your post-Covid pricing and the alignment of your business in the rapidly evolving wedding photography market. Meanwhile Spanish duo Anna and Daniel are showing us their portfolio of cunning architectural images that are not quite what they seem, Gemma Brunton is telling us about her project to photograph the resilience of children throughout the pandemic, we’re cheering on Team GB in the World Photography Cup and Paul Wilkinson is down the gym, talking about environmental portraits of the owner and trainers that he’s set up there. Software specialist Amy Leigh Atkins is casting her eye over DAM products, CVP expert Jake Ratcliffe is explaining why storage is such a crucial part of filmmaking, automotive photographer Simon Clay gives us the lowdown on his typical working week and we’ve got a full review of the Canon EOS C70, the replacement for the much-loved C100. It’s another action-packed issue so dive in and take a look!

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Professional Photo Issue 181

If you love iconic photography then you’ll appreciate the vintage image by master documentary photographer Larry Fink that features on our latest cover. A classic from his classic Social Graces series, Larry’s work is currently the subject of a huge retrospective in Cologne and we’ve got an exclusive interview with the great man, as well as a selection of some of his greatest work. This issue also sees the launch of our spectacular ‘Professional Photographer of the Year’ competition, the biggest event of its kind that we’ve ever run in the magazine, with over £8000 worth of prizes up for grabs. Top prize is a mouth-watering professional camera, the Panasonic S1R, so tune in and find out how you can put yourself in the running for this, with ten categories also there to be won. Meanwhile hard-working pro Richard Bradbury is explaining why you need to calibrate your cameras if you want to ensure you’re getting the very best results out of them, while software specialist Amy Leigh Atkins is kicking off a new series by providing an overview of the top professional editing packages currently on the market. Cameras tested out this month are the keenly priced and generously specified Fujifilm X-S10 and the Mark III version of Canon’s celebrated C300 cinema camera, so it’s another issue crammed with content that you can’t afford to miss out on!

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Professional Photo Issue 180

There’s a wintry feel to the latest issue of Professional Photo, with a stunning seal portrait by renowned wildlife photographer Daisy Gilardini adorning our cover and a full polar portfolio inside. We’re also talking to the legendary street photographer Joel Meyerowitz about his highly acclaimed Provincetown project, which saw him swap his discreet camera for a vintage large format model that entailed a completely different way of working. Continuing in the vintage vein, we’re also finding out how portrait specialist Paul Wilkinson created a timeless image of a renowned explorer, while our ‘Day in the Life’ this month goes behind the scenes with another portraitist, Rory Lewis. We’re also sharing the findings from a major new survey that reveals the numbers of professional photographers working in the UK and which goes into detail on how much you might expect to earn and the best time to market to your customers. There are some fascinating and engaging revelations, backed up by the personal stories of three working professionals, so pick up a copy of Issue 180 and find out more!

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Professional Photo Issue 179

Our first issue of 2021 is now out and our team of expert contributors is looking ahead to a time beyond lockdown and remaining resolutely optimistic about the year ahead. Lisa Devlin envisages the ten marketing steps that professionals will need to follow to build their businesses back up once customers are allowed through the door again, while star of stage and screen Bill Ward is showing off his insightful shots of the theatres he loves, as he unveils a book he’s produced to raise funds to help save them. We’re also peering over the shoulder of a professional food photographer to find out what a day in their life is actually like and we’re going all retro with Richard Bradbury as he recaptures the joy of an age gone by, when the Hasselblad was the tool of choice for most professionals. We’re also getting hands on with the eagerly awaited Olympus ED 150-400mm f/4.5, the lens that could change the face of wildlife and sports photography, so don’t miss our expert verdict. Lots to catch up on as always, so pick up a copy and jump in!

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Professional Photo Issue 178

We’ve got a striking and previously unpublished portrait from master photographer Steve McCurry on the cover of the latest issue of Professional Photo, plus a Portfolio of images from his latest book to admire, along with an exclusive interview. For all those who love great photography and yearn to start travelling again this is a story definitely not to miss! Our final issue of 2020 also features a fascinating catch up with legendary rock photographer Neal Preston, who spent more than a decade documenting Queen in their absolute pomp, blazing a trail across the US and South America. Gear on test includes the Canon EOS R6, a camera that has the potential to move the mirrorless market on to another level, while we’re also taking a long hard look at what you need on the hardware front to really get serious about editing your own video footage. Add to this our regular line-up of columnists, professional technique and the chance to go behind the scenes on a day with a photojournalist and you have the makings of another outstanding issue that you won’t want to miss!

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Professional Photo Issue 177

Catch up with the latest issue of Professional Photo, which features ‘lady in red’ Sophie Ellis Bextor on the cover. Inside you’ll find our usual eclectic mix of great stories, killer technique and informed kit reviews, and there’s plenty of food for thought as we find out how professionals are coping with the ongoing pressure of the pandemic, while we’re also considering fresh ideas that are designed to help you market your work online as fine art. Lisa Devlin talks about her strategy for coping with a wedding photography market where the goalposts are shifting every week it seems, while Michael O’Sullivan and Ed Collacott discuss how they’ve set about marketing their personal work to an appreciative audience that’s looking to buy. Meanwhile Julian Elliott reveals what a day in the life of a landscape photographer is really like, we run through what the best gimbals are for those moving into video production and we’re showcasing the painterly style of celebrated fine art photographer Christy Lee Rogers, who uses her swimming pool as her regular studio! Another great read, so make sure you pick up a copy!

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