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Outdoor Photography is the UKís 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.
In this month's issue:
In this monthís OP we showcase some of our favourite images from Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013, and photographer Doug Chinnery talks to Steve Watkins about his experimental approach, along with the joys of traveling around the UK in his beloved campervan. Also, with the festive season just around the corner, we have our pick of 2013 must-have gear and gadgets for landscape, wildlife and adventure photographers ¨Ė¨ plus your chance to win some of the featured products!
Landscape photographer John Dominick reveals how a new piece of kit has revolutionised how he perceives his subject, and Pete Bridgwood shares a recent experience that made a lasting impression. David Baker talks about his latest book Sea Fever when under OPís spotlight, and David Ward reflects on how critical colour is in our images.
Laurie Campbell discusses the importance of meticulous working methods when shooting macro, and reveals his nature highlights for December. We also present Andrew Parkinsonís stunning gannet images, and Jodie Randall enjoys a number of photographic opportunities after creating a wildlife friendly garden.
James Osmond guides us through shooting landscapes in the rain, and Lee Frost gives us some handy tips on hyperfocal focusing. Meanwhile Judy Armstrong tackles the snow-covered terrain and reviews four of the best snowshoes.
We also have ten great new locations for you to go out and shoot this month, plus news, reviews, exhibitions, our favourite readersí letters and images!
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