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Welcome to Professional Photo Online!

Terry Hope

I’m very proud to reveal our shiny new website, which is set to become our vital online portal to the print version of Professional Photo, which remains a crucial part of our mix. Any publication that wants to have a future in this modern world needs to operate on more than one platform and to have a way of sharing content online and we’ll be using this website to its fullest extent. We’ll be sharing extra content from features we’re running in the magazine, showcasing film material via our brand new YouTube Channel, offering an entry point for the competitions we’re setting up and delivering news content that’s fresh, original and of relevance to the professional photographer.

This website is also designed to act as a means of communication between ourselves and the big wide world out there, and the fact is that those who choose to pick up Professional Photo are the ones that own this magazine and I want to reflect that fact. We’re here to deliver content that you want to read so get in touch to tell us when you think we’re doing something right, don’t be afraid to let us know if you think we’re getting things wrong and do feel free to suggest ideas and to contribute features to us. We want to hear about your successes, perhaps your noble failures, the things that make you proud to be a professional photographer and those things that really get under your skin. Tell us what makes you tick and how you’re surviving in this crazy, full on business we’re in, and share and network with your fellow travellers on this journey.

So, come and join us and sign up to the Pro Community. There are plenty of things in the pipeline, such as discounts and exclusive offers, that will help to bring the professional industry and those who work in it closer together and we’re just starting out on the journey of reinventing what we do and how we present our content to the world. So bear with us, excuse us if there’s the odd niggle in the website that needs a little ironing out and tell us how we’re doing! 

You can listen to my podcast with the amazing portrait and wedding photographer Paul Wilkinson below, where I talk about this new venture and my passion for photography and more!

Terry Hope,

Editor, Professional Photo

Professional Photo Magazine

The UK’s number one title for professional photographers, Professional Photo is a must-read for all full-time and aspiring pro photographers. A diverse and inspiring magazine for the modern professional, every issue offers great features, superb photographs, essential advice and authoritative buying information. 

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Back Issues 2019

Professional Photo Issue 166

This month’s cover was shot especially for the magazine by renowned fashion photographer Adam Parker using Panasonic’s mighty S1R FF Mirrorless camera and we’ve got the full story of the shoot and lots more images inside. Our final issue of 2019 is a hybrid special, reflecting the fact that so many professional photographers these days are now being asked to provide high quality video to their clients.

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Professional Photo Issue 164

A majestic polar bear is our cover star this month, a glorious wildlife study by renowned photographer Andy Rouse, who is the subject of our Portfolio feature this month. Also in this bumper special issue is a mega eight-page section where we profile the major professional associations and explain who each of them caters for, the awards they offer and the cost of joining.

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Professional Photo Issue 163

Our latest issue is not only bumper in size but also content, simply overflowing with great features, essential technique and expert opinion. Our cover features a classic fashion shot from Melbourne-based photographer and highly respected trainer Vicky Papas, which ties in with an interview that reveals how her timeless approach is winning her big name clients…

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Professional Photo Issue 162

Our latest issue has a summer feel epitomised by Flora Borsi’s unconventional ice cream cover shot, taken with the brand new Hasselblad XD II 50C. Inside you’ll find a wealth of pro-centred stories, ranging from Richard Bradbury’s recreation of scenes from the epic war film The Great Escape through to David Nash’s lowdown on his exquisite and award winning culinary creations

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Back Issues 2018


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