Food specialist Monir Ali loves working quickly and efficiently with his mirrorless Canons, but he’s long had an affection for medium format, and MPB offered the chance to take another look.Read More
Both Canon and Panasonic delivered new camcorder models at the recent IBC Show in Amsterdam, and the direction of travel suggests the sector still has plenty of life left in it.Read More
Vlogging, streaming and mobile filmmaking is becoming increasingly important to the creative professional, but if you’re putting yourself out there you still need to be factoring in great audio.Read More
Sometimes the element of surprise can make an image a showstopper and, by employing a simple post-production effect in Affinity Photo, you can create a jaw-dropping special effect. View Matty’s real time video walkthroug.Read More
As a professional you need to be keeping a careful eye on colour, and the clever new Datacolor Spyder Checkr Photo is the perfect tool to help you do exactly that with the minimum of fuss.Read More
A freelance nature and conservation photographer since 1998, Peter Cairns sees the most important aspect of his output being its striking ability to influence hearts and minds.Read More
Two superb new cameras, but which variant of the new flagship Fujifilm X-H2 should you be looking at, and what does each have to offer that could make it a game changer for your business?Read More
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!
As a videographer you’re likely to be filming interviews on a regular basis, and audio is a crucial element of this. Rick Bronks talks through technique and the kit you’re going to need.Read More
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 doneRead More
Charlie Hope was looking for a very specific camera set-up to progress his career as an aerial photographer and filmmaker, and a lightweight combo from MPB provided the perfect solution.Read More
What’s the moment when it makes more sense to opt for a dedicated video camera rather than a hybrid model that promises stills as well? We ask the experts at CVP to give us their thoughts.Read More
If you are one of the many professional photographers now taking a closer look at working in a hybrid way across both stills and motion then you can’t afford to be missing our incredible, and totally free e-book, – Getting Started in Filmmaking.Read More
Tate Britain opens a free exhibition dedicated to celebrated British photographer Bill Brandt (1904-83). 44 original photographs from across his career are displayed alongside the magazines and photobooks.Read More
Our mega laptops guide reveals the features you need to bear in mind when considering which model to buy, and highlights some of the best options for the pro photographer and filmmaker.Read More
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