Friday, 23 August 2013

What would it take to change your photography forever?

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What would it take to change your photography forever? Maybe it's as simple as meeting your photographic heroes? Perhaps it's getting to grips with a new photo editing software - or finally taking control of your camera's advanced settings. Lucky for you we have advice on how to do all of these things in this week's bulletin!

You may have heard that our awesome new event, PhotoLive, debuts in London this October! With more than 200 seminars from the world's leading photographers, it promises to be special. We're giving everyone who books their ticket by 31 August the chance to win a VIP weekend at the event, as well as an OM-D, courtesy of Olympus!

You can never say you’ve mastered your DSLR until you can shoot in manual mode. But relax, it’s easy! In this tutorial we cut out the technical jargon and answer all of the common questions many photographers have about shooting in manual mode, as well as explain the different advantages it can give you.

Any keen outdoor photographer will tell you that keeping your camera safe and dry is one of the biggest challenges you will face as a photographer. To help you along, we’ve tested six of the most essential accessories you’ll want to include in your go-to waterproof photography kit the next time you go deep into the wild.

Lightroom 5 review: is this the game-changer you've been waiting for?

Adobe Lightroom works in a very different way to conventional photo-editing tools, with a complete, integrated workflow for importing, managing, editing and sharing your photos. So what’s new in Adobe Lightroom 5? We put Lightroom 5s new features to the test to see how they might change the way you work.

In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue series post our pro shares his best macro nature photography tips to help our apprentice learn how to take pin-sharp pictures of wildflowers, lichen, butterflies and many other popular, yet challenging, subjects photographers might encounter when taking pictures in their local forest.

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