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Professional Photo Magazine The UK's number one title for aspiring and professional photographers.
- London Photo Show Gets Set To Return to Southbank For Its Sixth Year
Pro Photo Mag: The London Photo Show is set to return, in its sixth year running to the Southbank this autumn, giving professional, semi-professional, independent and amateur photographers from all over the world the chance to exhibit their work to the public in a professional and high-profile location.
- Rotolight Unveils NEO 3 and AEOS 2, plus Kickstarter campaign
Pro Photo Mag: Rotolight has announced the next generation of its hugely popular LED lighting products: the Rotolight NEO 3 and AEOS 2.
- Panasonic Announces New Full-Frame Box-Style LUMIX BS1H
Pro Photo Mag: Panasonic has announced the release of its new full-frame box-style LUMIX Mirrorless Camera DC-BS1H.
- DxO PureRAW 1.5: More Options, Control and Cameras
Pro Photo Mag: The latest update for DxO’s PureRAW photo pre-processing software is delivering new options for controlling sharpness, distortion and export configuration. Eight cameras and 18 lenses have also been added to the program’s database.
- Professional Photo Issue 188
Pro Photo Mag: 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!
- Tested: Exposure X7
Pro Photo Mag: The latest version of Exposure software has just been released and Amy-Leigh Atkins was given a sneaky pre-launch look to check out the upgrades and to see what it has to offer.
- Spotlight on – The Finishing Touch
Pro Photo Mag: Renowned wedding photographer Sanjay Jogia takes enormous care over selecting the media to output his prints on, and he’s hugely impressed by the latest launches from Canson Infinity.
- Mastering the Dark Arts
Pro Photo Mag: Gavin Prest has a long-standing love affair with black & white. It’s his fine art medium of choice, with PermaJet papers giving him the control and look he’s after.
- The Power of Print
Pro Photo Mag: Photographer and Hahnemühle Natural Line Ambassador Pie Aerts initiated a global fundraising campaign to raise funds for African wildlife reserves during the pandemic.
- Goodbye to the Shakes
Pro Photo Mag: Invest in a gimbal such as the Manfrotto 220 or 460 and you’ll open the door to a world of on-the-fly shooting and silky-smooth footage. Rick Bronks explains how to get the very best out of them.