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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.
In this month's issue:
Celebrate the arrival of spring with Theo Bosboom’s in-depth guide to close-up and macro photography, so that you can capture the beauty and wonder of the botanical world; we talk to Peak District-based landscape photographer Duncan Fawkes about the benefits of working locally and how a deeper connection with a place can lead to fresh images; Paul Harris explains why it’s impossible not to be enchanted by Iceland’s surreal landscapes; and we delve into Norman McCloskey’s new book Parklight, which showcases the magic of Ireland’s oldest national park.
Pro-photographer Chloe Hall is in the OP spotlight this month, and tells us why she prefers to work spontaneously. Pete Bridgwood finds visual balance in Sherwood Forest and Doug Chinnery reveals why a childlike approach can open up a range of creative possibilities. Lee Frost provides some useful tips for capturing dramatic sky images, and Monique Brignoni takes on her latest challenge as the photographer’s apprentice. Meanwhile, Nick Smith reflects on how a camera opens up rare opportunities for globetrotting photographers.
In this month’s Nature Zone, Steve Young is put to the test when photographing a nuthatch in flight, and Robert Canis witnesses a dramatic encounter between two white-tailed eagles in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest. Laurie Campbell argues that the fundamentals of good nature photography have stayed the same, despite technological advances.
In this issue’s Gear Zone, Andy Luck puts Fuji’s latest mirrorless camera to the test and Judy Armstrong reviews 4 windshell jackets.
Plus, ten great UK locations for you to shoot this month, the latest news, reviews, exhibitions and events, our favourite readers’ images and lots more to inspire you to get out there!
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