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Catch up with issue 177 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.
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Catch up with issue 177 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!

Issue 177 can also be purchased for a one off LOCKDOWN price of just £2.99 as a Digital Edition here or on Kindle Devices  for £3.99 and bought and subscribed to on Apple devices such as Iphone and Ipad on the App Store.

Underwater Impressions

Christy Lee Rogers specialises in incredibly fluid and vibrant artworks, where the volatile qualities of water have been fully utilised to add the final unpredictable touch to the scene. Her dynamic and colourful scenes are proving to be highly collectible and she’s also been actively directing her energies during the pandemic to raise money for children’s charities.

Taking Advantage of Autumn

Award winning portrait photographer Paul Wilkinson continues his brilliant new series with the full behind-the-scenes story of an autumnal shoot, where he joined a mother and her two sons on a country walk to ensure a relaxed and easy-going shoot, where success and ultimately prints sales relied on his unerring eye for an evocative unposed shot.

Zoom Into Action

Our latest Affinity Photo workshop takes a look at how the program’s Photo Zoom Blur Tool can be used creatively to add the impression of speed in postproduction. Matty Graham uses one of his shots of a to-die-for red Ferrari as the basis for an exercise that results in a highly usable image that bespoke car publications would love to use. Check out Matty’s accompanying real time video here.

 

Follow The Action

We’re teaming up again with motion specialist CVP to take a look at the many and varied ways you can add stability to your motion footage while still achieving ultimate flexibility and freedom to follow your subject. Our resident expert Jake Ratcliffe guides you through the ins and outs of gimbals, cages and shoulder mounts and advises on some of the products you should be investing in.

 

Our guide to turning Professional

If photography is your dream career then you can’t afford to be missing our regular new Time to Turn Professional series, that’s designed to teach you everything you need to know to take that all-important first step towards making a living with your camera. This month we’re focusing on how to choose the perfect name for your business, we’re hearing from Julian Elliott about what life as a landscape photographer is really like and we’re looking at why it’s important to send new email contacts a well thought through welcome package.

 

Planning a Fine Art Future

So many professional photographers have a wealth of personal images and projects that they’ve devoted time and energy to, and maybe lockdown could provide that perfect opportunity to take the next step and to consider marketing the work as fine art. We talk to two photographers who have done exactly that, including the creation of an entire fine art book based around a Loxley Colour Belissimo Album, and we also take a look at the right papers to choose for your fine art prints.

 

Living With Change

For wedding photographers this has been the year to end all years work-wise, but it’s still crucial to remain positive and to look at ways that something can be rebuilt against the background of what is undeniably a very tough landscape. Lisa Devlin talks through how she’s changed her approach and the things she’s been doing to re-align her wedding photography business to make it perfectly suited to the new normal.

 

One Website, Two Markets

If you’ve developed a new side to your business and you’re wanting to shout about it, do you need to invest time, money and effort into creating a bespoke new website for the enterprise? Melissa Love suggests that this might not be necessary and she shows how it’s perfectly possible to bolt another side on to your existing website while still keeping your services totally separate.

Tested – The sony a7S II

The professional world has been waiting a long time for this camera and has it been worth it? Adam Duckworth takes the video-focused new dream machine out on a working shoot to see what it can do and asks whether a camera that features at its heart a sensor with just 12.1MP can ever be considered to be a true professional hybrid?

 

Tested – The Nikon Z 5

The latest camera in Nikon’s full frame Z series is ostensibly aimed at enthusiasts but comes so packed with high-end features that many are suggesting this could be the perfect partner for someone who might be more professionally minded. Matty Graham takes it out on a shoot to see exactly what it’s capable of.

Special Offer – Three For Free

Readers of Professional Photo are invited to sign up for three totally free 10x8in or 10x12in prints, output by top pro lab One Vision Imaging on sumptuous Fujifilm DP2 silver halide paper, to see for themselves exactly how good the results can be. There are no catches – guaranteed! Just click through here to find out full details and to take advantage of this amazing offer.

 

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