Friday, 19 July 2013

Win a Canon EOS 70D!

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 Hi Photographer

It's never been a more exciting time to be a photographer than it is right now. A bold statement? Perhaps, but if you look at the technology now available to us and the platforms by which we can share them, it's hard to disagree. This week saw the UK launch of the amazing Lytro 'light field' camera, and equally exciting to us was the launch of our sister title, Photography Week, on iPhone. But even as times change, the core remains - and this week's bulletin celebrates both old and new.

That's right, a Canon 70D - the magnificent new enthusiast DSLR announced just the other week. Our friends at the photo management blog Photoventure are offering Digital Camera World readers the chance to win this fine camera.

As a way of saying thanks to the Project1709 community for its enthusiastic support and feedback on the platform over its beta period, the team at Photoventure is asking Canon to draw one name at random from its Project1709 user list. To be in with your chance, go request an invite to Project1709 by 30 August 2013!

Our latest Shoot Like A Pro series aims to help you understand how to get the sharpest photos possible all of your lenses. Over the next several weeks we’ll explain how you can get pin-sharp images when using prime lenses, telephotos, fisheyes and macro lenses. This week we kick things off with a look at how to use wide-angle lenses.

Our award-winning sister title, the weekly iPad magazine Photography Week, is now available on iPhone. The new iPhone edition of Photography Week means more people than ever before will be able to enjoy the magazines innovative blend of video tips and tutorials, professional interviews and inspiring images!

Classic Portrait Ideas: how to take pictures of people from all walks of life

When you just want a nice sharp photo of someone looking their best, with no fancy extras, this is what we call a 'classic portrait'. It may not be exciting but chances are your subjects will love this kind of image more than any other! In this tutorial we share some of our best portrait photography tips for photographing a wide range of different subjects..

In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post, our pro shares some of his best tips for taking bold and dynamic pictures of urban environments. Discover how to compose and shoot pictures of buildings ranging from the bold, wide-angle view to more intimate, abstract portrayals of some of the city's finer details.

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