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The latest issue of Professional Photo has an environmental feel, to both mark the COP 27 conference taking place this month and to celebrate the fact that so many professional photographers are playing their part in terms of raising awareness of green issues. One of those making his voice heard in a big way is US photographer Nick Brandt, whose striking projects over the years have drawn attention to the pressure that wildlife, particularly in Africa, is increasingly coming under. His latest work is bringing together displaced people and animals, and his work features on our cover this month, with an exclusive interview inside.
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The latest issue of Professional Photo has an environmental feel, to both mark the COP 27 conference taking place this month and to celebrate the fact that so many professional photographers are playing their part in terms of raising awareness of green issues. One of those making his voice heard in a big way is US photographer Nick Brandt, whose striking projects over the years have drawn attention to the pressure that wildlife, particularly in Africa, is increasingly coming under. His latest work is bringing together displaced people and animals, and his work features on our cover this month, with an exclusive interview inside.

We’ve also caught up with farmer’s wife turned professional photographer Amy Bateman, whose brilliant new project, Forty Farms, is shining a light on how fellow farmers in Cumbria are coping with the demands to produce food efficiently while still maintaining the highest of environmental and ethical standards. A great read and some jaw-droppingly beautiful photographs.

Also contributing some stunning landscape work this month is young photographer Jack lodge, who is telling us how, after effectively running two careers alongside each other for several years, he’s finally made the call to turn full time professional. He fills us in on how he’s managed to make commercial sense of it all, and shares the BTS story of a memorable shoot around Corfe Castle. We’re also looking at filters in this issue with a comprehensive Buyers’ Guide, and we’re finding out how they still have a crucial role to play for the pro. Nikon Creator Alfie Bowen is talking us through how he’s managed to harness his autism to create exceptional fine art wildlife studies of creatures found around the UK’s wildlife parks and zoos, while our comprehensive guide to outstanding audio is continuing with a look at how to successfully mic up an interview.

Reviews this month include the exciting new Fujifilm X-H2 40MP flagship and, still on the Fujifilm theme, we’re taking the latest X-mount Tamron 17-70mm f/2.8 on a day out to an air show to see how it performs. So much to squeeze in, and do feel free to jump in and take a look around!

Extra content in the Digital Edition includes:

  • Extra spread on the Portfolio feature
  • Extra spread on the Project feature

This issue can also be purchased for  £4.99 as a Digital Edition here or on Kindle Devices  for £4.99 and bought and subscribed to on Android and Apple devices such as Iphone and Ipad on the App Store.

Looking for home

Nick Brandt is universally recognised as one of photography’s greatest environmental champions, and his ongoing project on displaced humans and animals shows how our fates are intertwined. We caught up for an exclusive interview to find out more about how it all came together.

Inside Story

When putting together an image-led book on the challenges of farming in and around the Cumbrian landscape you need to know your subject inside out. Farmer’s wife and pro photographer Amy Bateman is ideally qualified to deliver both exquisite imagery and the informed story about the challenges being faced by the farming community.

Making a Living from Landscape

Landscape photography is a notoriously difficult part of the business to make a living out of, but 28-year-old Jack Lodge has just made that momentous step, and he tells us the commercial decisions he’s made to give himself a fighting chance of making it work out.  

Filters for the Pro

Camera filters are still a pro’s best friend. They can save time and money and elevate your work to the next level, and Will Cheung explains the benefits and rounds up a comprehensive Buyers’ Guide selection of what’s available from a wide range of top manufacturers.

 

Refining the Line

Both Canon and Panasonic delivered new camcorder models at the recent IBC Show in Amsterdam, and the direction of travel suggests that this sector still has plenty of life left in it. Watch CVBP’s video left, of these and some of the other exciting launches that were unveiled at IBC.

Empowering the Interview

As a videographer you’re likely to be filming interviews on a regular basis, and high-quality audio in a number of different situations is a crucial element of this. In the latest part of our Guide to Outstanding Audio series Rick Bronks talks through technique and the kit you’re going to need. Go here to watch his accompanying video.

Select Your Settings

Got a great shot of your subject but want them against a different background? No problem, because Affinity Photo has series of simple tools that will quickly help you get the job done. View Matty’s real time video walkthrough here

Radiant Photo Reviewed

Showcased and creating a huge amount of interest at the recent Photo Show, Radiant Photo software has been designed by photographers for photographers, and uses AI to make post-processing simple and efficient. Amy-Leigh Atkins takes a closer look to see what this gate-crasher has to offer, and check out her review here.

 

Close to Home

Alfie Bowen is a wild life photographer with a difference, finding subjects for his exquisite fine-art style imagery in zoos rather than in the wild, and he can spend days planning every detail of his shoots. Check out the video left to find out more about his approach, and how autism how been harnessed as a crucial part of his make up.

Second Time Around

In the latest in our MPB-sponsored series food specialist Monir Ali is going back to his medium format roots to take the mighty Fujifilm GFX 50S II out on a shoot around a colourful fruit and veg market. If you fancy taking part in this excellent series yourself then please email us at editorial@professionalphoto.online to let us know what you have in mind!

Taking sustainability Seriously

Since we spoke to MPB for our last green-themed issue Rachel Thompson has joined as Head of Sustainability, and we caught up with her to ask about what her new role involves. Go here to find out more, and the plans the company has to become yet more sustainable going forward.

 

Tested: The Fujifilm X-H2

We welcomed Fujifilm’s super-fast X-H2S at the start of summer, and its hi-res sibling the X-H2 has now joined the family. Andy Kruczek takes a closer look, and you can find out more about which of the two models might most closely fit the needs of your business by reading the article here.

 

The Smarter Way to Light

Kenro’s brand-new Smart Lite line-up opens the door to powerful and portable lighting that goes anywhere and is equally at home whether you’re shooting stills or working on a video production. Go here to check out what’s on offer.

 

Tested: the Tamron 17-70mm f/2.8 Di II-A VC RXD

Tamron has spotted a gap in the market, and is offering Fujifilm X users a new long-range standard zoom with a fast f/2.8 maximum aperture throughout. Matty Graham heads off to his local air show to give it a good workout.

 

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