If you’ve read Richard Bradbury’s feature on camera calibration in Issue 181 of Professional Photo, you’ll know all about the calibrating service being offered by Jon Mullins at Camera Focus Support Services. Now Jon is offering readers a £35 discount on his usual charges throughout March 2021, and to qualify you need to add the […]
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!
Roll up, roll up for the biggest competition we’ve ever run in Professional Photo Magazine, with £8000 worth of prizes in our Photographer of the Year 2021 Competition.
The Societies of Photographers are pleased to announce the overall winners of their Monthly Image Competition. Kristian Piccoli from Melbourne, Australia was awarded the coveted Photographer of the Year by The Societies.
With a remit to showcase and to share more of the amazing sporting images that often don’t receive the coverage they deserve, the World Sports Photography Awards are open for entries until March 16, following an extension to the closing date to enable still more photographers to take part.
PROFESSIONAL photographers know that colour is something that needs to be taken seriously and it can make or break the overall look of your work, enhance your personal style and allow you to create a mood and atmosphere that’s full of vintage appeal.
Wildlife professional Harry Skeggs’ career moved to another level when he discovered Nikon gear and it’s led to a prestigious role as part of the #ZCreators scheme, using the latest Z 7 II.
A bold, innovative and powerful machine, the new Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel laptop has been specifically designed to appeal to creative professionals. Mike Jennings takes a closer look.
Frame rate is a big selling point for cameras offering video capability, but what do these numbers mean, what do you need and what’s the best speed to use for slow motion footage?
One of the first things you need to consider when setting up a small photographic business is the creation of a company bank account, but what legal requirements should you be aware of?