Outdoor Photography is the UK’s only print and app magazine for photographers who are passionate about being out in wild places, seeing inspiring nature and having great adventures. And, of course, these activities also go hand in hand with an interest in conservation and the environment. Each issue features a stunning array of photographs with regular contributions by leading photographers from the UK and beyond. The magazine is renowned for its informed and in-depth technique features and its superb guides to photographic locations around the UK.
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In this month’s OP environmental photographer and scientist James Balog on how he uses his images to highlight the alarming results of global warming; Doug Chinnery reveals how to create evocative images in low light conditions; Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team member Chris Stuart gives his quick guide to winter mountain safety; plus, we showcase our favourite pictures from Marc Wilson’s new book The Last Stand, where he explores the surviving coastal defence structures of the Second World War.
Meanwhile, Niall Benvie considers the negative impact drones may have on the environment and Pete Bridgwood shares his picture of a winter landscape in Lincolnshire. Marc Elliott eschews Cornwall’s coastal tourist hotspots in favour of a quiet local wood, while Nick Smith reminisces about the good old days of film. Wildlife photographer David Lloyd goes under the OP spotlight to talk about his new book on African wildlife, As Long as there are Animals.
In this month’s Nature Zone, Laurie Campbell explains why gulls are an ideal subject to practice creative camera techniques and shares his highlights for February, world wildlife spectacles and top spots for island wildlife. Matt Cole ponders how wildlife photographers can better manage their interactions with the public when out in the field and Steve Young enjoys some unseasonal bird encounters in the middle of winter. Plus rising photographer Bertie Gregory shares photographs he took during a trip to the west coast of Canada.
Andy Luck tests the D750, Nikon’s latest full-frame camera, and finds out if it delivers the speed and versatility it promises while we roundup the latest outdoor photography kit to hit the shelves.
All this plus 10 great locations for you to shoot this month; news, reviews, your thoughts on all things photography related plus our favourite readers’ images