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Professional Photo Magazine The UK's number one title for aspiring and professional photographers.

  • Best of British from global photo contest

    Pro Photo Mag: Photos taken by British photographers have been released as part of the CEWE Photo Award – the world’s largest photo competition

  • The National Portrait Gallery is to publish Hold Still on the 7th of May.

    Pro Photo Mag: The National Portrait Gallery is to publish Hold Still, a new book of photographic portraits from the Hold Still exhibition, on the 7 May 2021.

  • Professional Photo Releases New Apple and Android Apps

    Pro Photo Mag: Professional Photo Releases New Apple and Android Apps in partnership with Pocketmags.

  • Tested – ACDSee Photo Studio 7 for Mac

    Pro Photo Mag: ACDSee fully-featured software Photo Studio 7 package is now available for Mac operators and it comes with excellent DAM capabilities. Amy-Leigh Atkins takes a closer look.

  • ClickASnap – Time To share and Make money

    Pro Photo Mag: There is huge value to a professional in sharing work and having it seen, and Clickasnap adds the extra incentive that it’s possible to make money from simply having your images viewed.

  • Professional Photo Issue 182

    Pro Photo Mag: We are celebrating the fact that weddings have the go-ahead to start up again with a gorgeous cover from columnist Lisa Devlin and some thoughts from her about how you need to be looking carefully at your post-Covid pricing and the alignment of your business in the rapidly evolving wedding photography market. Meanwhile Spanish duo Anna and Daniel are showing us their portfolio of cunning architectural images that are not quite what they seem, Gemma Brunton is telling us about her project to photograph the resilience of children throughout the pandemic, we’re cheering on Team GB in the World Photography Cup and Paul Wilkinson is down the gym, talking about environmental portraits of the owner and trainers that he’s set up there. Software specialist Amy Leigh Atkins is casting her eye over DAM products, CVP expert Jake Ratcliffe is explaining why storage is such a crucial part of filmmaking, automotive photographer Simon Clay gives us the lowdown on his typical working week and we’ve got a full review of the Canon EOS C70, the replacement for the much-loved C100. It’s another action-packed issue so dive in and take a look!

  • Video – Affinity Photo Tutorial – Double Take

    Pro Photo Mag: If you are a professional photographer then it’s highly likely that you have one, if not several, hard drives gathering dust somewhere around your office. If you have some spare time on your hands – as many of us probably do have these days – this stock resource can come in very handy for creating a double exposure image.

  • Sigma Announce the new fp L

    Pro Photo Mag: SIGMA have announced the launch of the “SIGMA fp L,” a new member of the SIGMA fp series of the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame digital single-lens mirrorless cameras, equipped with a full-frame Bayer sensor with approximately 61 effective megapixels.

  • Win Nikon Gear in the Environmental Photographer of the Year competition

    Pro Photo Mag: Nikon has partnered with CIWEM and WaterBear to launch the Environmental Photographer of the Year competition – with entries now open

  • Canon C70 Review Video Supplement

    Pro Photo Mag: There’s a full review of the exciting new Canon EOS C70, the RF mount replacement for the EOS C100 Mark II, in the latest issue (Issue 182) of Professional Photo, and here’s a flavour of what to expect from reviewer and filmmaker Adam Duckworth.

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