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Fine art is a central theme of the latest issue of Professional Photo, with a stunning self-portrait from Sinéad Bunn gracing our front cover. Inside, professional ballerina Sinéad tells us about her approach to her craft and how she’s selling her self-produced prints to collectors, while we’re also looking at how a fine art approach can add a striking and lucrative edge to commercial work. As part of our special section, we’re running the rule over the very best fine art materials from the likes of PermaJet, Canon and Hahnemühle and are checking out an exciting new old-master style product from One Vision Imaging that could massively boost print sales for professionals.
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Fine art is a central theme of the latest issue of Professional Photo, with a stunning self-portrait from Sinéad Bunn gracing our front cover. Inside, professional ballerina Sinéad tells us about her approach to her craft and how she’s selling her self-produced prints to collectors, while we’re also looking at how a fine art approach can add a striking and lucrative edge to commercial work. As part of our special section, we’re running the rule over the very best fine art materials from the likes of PermaJet, Canon and Hahnemühle and are checking out an exciting new old-master style product from One Vision Imaging that could massively boost print sales for professionals. Sticking to the fine art theme, we’re also hearing from Jordan Banks about the high value NFT sales he’s been making over the past year or so, and he’s passing on invaluable insider tips to show how you could do the same.

In this Jubilee week Rory Lewis is giving us an exclusive update on how his patriotic new Britannia project is coming along, while we’re celebrating the art of the studio photographer by catching up with commercial professional David Lineton, who’s also talking to us about the value that Fujifilm’s GFX medium format system has added to his set-up. Lisa Devlin is telling us why those fresh to the industry should be shouting out about their newness, Paul Wilkinson is shooting portraits of birds of prey for a change and, on the review front, we’re finding out what the 60MP Leica M11 rangefinder has to offer.

For professionals focused on post-production we’ve also got a full review of the Asus ProArt Studio 16 laptop, a formidable machine that could be exactly what you need to speed up your workflow. Another issue overflowing with captivating content, and you’re duly invited to dive in!

Extra content in the Digital Edition includes one extra spread on the Portfolio and one extra feature on Serif.

This issue can also be purchased for  £3.99 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.

King of the Studio

We’re catching up with commercial photographer David Lineton, who is producing stunning studio still lives that are packed full of astonishing detail and quality. Click through here to read more about the formidable Fujifilm GFX medium format system that’s driving his business.

 

 

Pride of Britain

Portrait Specialist Rory Lewis is part-way through his latest Britannia project, and at this jubilee-focused time he’s bringing us up to speed on its patriotic theme, the subjects he’s photographed to date and how he sees it developing over the next year or so.

The Power of Ten!

If you’re a wildlife photographer like Rachel Bigsby the opportunity to work with a lens as awesomely versatile as Sigma’s 10x 60-600mm superzoom is one not to be missed, and it’s become her staple optic. Click through here to see some of her brilliant photography and to find out more about her use of this flexible piece of glass.

 

Shooting the High Flyers

Portrait specialist Paul Wilkinson tells us about the assignment where he left his usual comfort zone behind and, instead of photographing human subjects, he took the bold decision to focus instead on temperamental and uncooperative birds of prey!

 

Effortless Exposure fixes

You can’t always get your exposure spot on in-camera but, by shooting RAW files and working with Affinity Photo’s Develop Persona tools, it’s easy to put things right in post. For the full lowdown take a look at Matty’s real-time video walkthrough here, which explains the process.

Lights Fantastic

We’re seeing LED technology moving forward at a fantastic rate, and these lights appear to offer a do-it-all solution for the hybrid photographer/filmmaker, but what features should you be looking to prioritise before taking the plunge and investing? CVP expert Jake Ratcliffe gives us some pointers.

 

 

Focusing on Fine Art

Selling your prints can obviously be good for the soul, but the fine art approach can also add a fresh dimension to your commercial work. We take a look at some of the options out there from pro lab One Vision and top paper manufacturers such as Hahnemühle, PermaJet and Canson, and speak to professionals who have mastered the fine art approach. Click here to read more about how you can use Hahnemühle papers to tap into a fine heritage.

 

Get Set for digital Sales

Still trying to get your head around what NFTs are and what relevance they have for you as a photographer who’s marketing fine art prints? Seasoned seller Jordan Banks is here to help and by following g his advice you could be unlocking the door to outstanding fine art income!

 

It’s Time to Travel

It’s the final round of Pro Academy and this month we’re asking you to send in your very best travel pictures. Our Nikon expert Abdellah Ihadian has some tips to share and find out here how to enter your work and to put yourself in line for one of our coveted e-certificates.

Tested: The Leica M11

It’s a big event when a new Leica rangefinder flagship arrives, and the M11 doesn’t disappoint, delivering impressive upgrades, including a 60MP sensor. Regular Leica user Michael Wayne Plant shares his thoughts and explains the attraction of this iconic brand.

 

 

Tested: The Asus Pro Art Studiobook Laptop

The latest dual-screen Creator laptop from Asus comes with a long list of to-die-for features that makes it a formidable tool for photographers and filmmakers. Mike Jennings takes a closer look and you can read his in-depth review here.

 

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