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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 David Clapp reveals how his experiences as a musician feeds into his photographic work; pro wildlife photographer Andrew Parkinson has advice on how to maximise your chances of capturing unique animal action images; Paul Harris reflects on the moments in his photographic career when fate appears to have intervened; plus we pick our favourite images from Tobias Madörian’s stunning new book Topos.
Pete Bridgwood uses his Lightroom skills to add atmosphere to an image taken in northern Scotland and Robin Goodlad explains how a famous poem inspired him to seek out a lesser-known viewpoint. Fine art landscape and travel photographer John Williamson is under this month’s OP spotlight and Lee Frost provides useful hints to capturing dramatic seascapes. Meanwhile, Nick Smith challenges the notion that a good photo is down to the image quality and quantity of gear used.
In Nature zone this month, Laurie Campbell addresses the issue of road transport and its impact on our wildlife, while Steve Young enjoys a close-up encounter with a great snipe at Spurn. James Silverthorne faces an unexpected challenge when he tries to combine photography with a family holiday, plus we showcase a selection of Neil Aldridges’ compelling images from his new book Rhinos: Face Value.
The new Canon G1 X MkII compact camera is put to the OP test and Judy Armstrong tests four, high quality, folding knives. All of this as well as news, book reviews, exhibitions, winning entries from our One Thing This Month close-up flowers and plants photography competition and 10 beautiful viewpoints for you to go and shoot this month.
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