Outdoor Photography

Outdoor Photography

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:

In this month’s OP leading aerial photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand reveals to Nick Smith why in recent years he sees himself more as an environmental activist than a photographer; David Noton explains the power of the print and how it is still an essential part of the creative process; top wilderness photographer Alex Nail offers advice on how to capture dramatic images in mountain environments; and we delve into master of composition Hans Strand’s new book Iceland – Above and Below.

Top travel and commercial photographer Ian Schemper chats to Nick Smith about some of his career highlights so far, while Pete Bridgwood makes the best of poor conditions on Lofoten, Norway in One month one picture. Daniel Hannabuss shares what went wrong on a recent trip to Cappadocia, Turkey, and David Clapp provides tips to help you master focus staking, the digital image layering technique. Also, we take a look at Julian Calverley’s enigmatic smartphone pictures of Scottish landscapes.

In Nature zone this month, Laurie Campbell reveals the benefits of an ultra-wide perspective when photographing wildlife, plus his shoot list for autumn, world wildlife spectacles, a nature walk around the Great Orme Nature Trail in Conwy and six top whale and dolphin watching boats trips in the UK. Meanwhile, Steve Young turns his feeding station into a photo studio to lure an array of birdlife to his doorstep. Richard Shucksmith braves the open ocean to photograph diving gannets in this month’s A moment with nature, plus, we showcase Raymond Besant’s stunning wildlife and nature pictures in his new book Naturally Orkney.

While Andy Luck tests Panasonic’s Lumix GHX, a micro four-thirds camera that’s grabbed the gear headlines with its 4K video capabilities, Judy Armstrong reviews four lightweight high performance 3-layer waterproof jackets. Plus 10 of the best UK viewpoints to shoot this month, the latest news, reviews, exhibitions and our favourite readers’ pictures to keep you inspired about all things related to the outdoors!

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