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This photography magazine has loads of advice on the art of taking the perfect picture, with plenty of stunning high-definition shots included in each issue to remind you of exactly what you're working towards. Their writers have experience of shooting in a huge range of conditions, and can give you tips on everything from tricky lighting to camera maintenance. With your subscription to Practical Photography magazine, you'll get useful guidance through the whole process, from choosing the right lens for each set-up to perfecting your creations on Photoshop. Readers' photographs are extensively featured every month, so once you've captured the perfect image, you can send it in to be printed in their 'Hotshots' section.
A subscription to Practical Photography brings a mix of inspiration and advice valued by people who want to improve and experts alike.
Practical Photography magazine is packed full of fantastic images, photographic tips, photoshop techniques, advice and inspirations to get you out and about creating stunning photographs.
Each issue of Practical Photography...
* Unveils the best new products first with Gear News
* Informs you with How to...
* Showcases your best pictures every month in Hotshots
* Unravels your photographic questions in Photo Answers
* Advises you on your buying decisions with Gear Guide
* Inspires you with what and where to shoot this month in Now is the time to...
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Practical Photography magazine also hosts an annual 'Photographer of the year' competition between January and July, in which readers may enter.
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I’m a huge street photographer and have a little Leica camera. It’s like when people get a Ferrari they get obsessed with everything to do with it. But my passion for photographer extends beyond the brand and I love titles that really offer guidance whilst celebrating the fact that not everything should be perfect when it comes to taking pictures. I’ve flicked through Practical Photography and am always inspired by what can be done with a camera that’s not got a whole load of computer in it.