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Professional Photo Issue 188

There’s a real fine art feel about our latest issue, with a striking clown self-portrait from Guy Bellingham, produced using the vintage Tin Type process, making our cover spot. It all ties in with a meaty fine art special section, where Guy talks more about the appeal of working with a wet process and a lens that’s nearly as old as the medium of photography itself. We’re also taking a look at fine art papers, with a chance to sign up for two free sheets of the very latest Canson Infinity media, we’re exploring the emerging market for NFT digital files, looking at how to add a fine art feel to your commercial work and we’re finding out how to make fine art a strong and profitable side-line to your chosen specialisation. Also in this issue we’ve got the results of our outstandingly successful Professional Photographer of the Year Competition with a full round-up of winners, and it’s the culmination of the biggest challenge this magazine has ever thrown out there, which attracted hundreds of entries from all over the world. For those that love cars of all kinds we’ve got part one of a detailed look at automotive photography from self-confessed petrol head Richard Bradbury, while our Move Towards Motion feature this month asks the experts at CVP why they consider the camcorder still has much to offer those who are looking to add filmmaking to their mix. Paul Wilkinson is talking about how sometimes it’s the shots you never even planned that can stand out from a session while Amy-Leigh Atkins is taking a look at the freshly launched Exposure 7 software, which promises to deliver a stack of great features. Last but by no means least, working pro David Nash is taking the delightfully vintage-looking Nikon Z fc out on a job and he’s reporting back on what it has to offer. Another great mix of stories to enjoy, so come on in and take a look around!

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Professional Photo Issue 187

A great animated portrait from top professional Spiros Politis graces the front cover of the latest issue of Professional Photo and it ties in to a classic Portfolio from this great photographer, where he explains the attraction of working with people and why his natural curiosity encouraged him into this genre. Meanwhile our featured Project this month focuses on Peter Dazeley’s breath-taking voyage behind the scenes at a selection of London’s top theatres, revealing a side the public would never see, while Peter Dench is name dropping with abandon, as he recalls some of the many celebrities he’s worked with over the years. Our regular look at the world of filmmaking in conjunction with CVP is focusing on the new breed of powerful and portable LED lights which are perfect for those working on location, while Paul Wilkinson has his work cut out trying to make a low-tech mobile coffee machine look like a speedy racing car, but he’s succeeded admirably and he shows us how! On the business front Rosie Parsons is talking through her new system of prepping clients for their shoots by sending them through bespoke videos that cover all the bases, while Gillian Devine is extolling the benefits of offering a premium upmarket service that commands higher prices and delivers way less stress. On the technical front our main review this month features the quirky but loveable Sigma fp L, while we’re also looking at the Nikon MB-N11 battery pack from Nikon and the remarkable Sony Xperia Pro Smartphone, which can double as a monitor for your video camera! Another value-packed line-up, so come on in and take a look around!

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