PhotoPlus August issue 64 on sale now!
The August issue 64 of PhotoPlus is full of winning advice to help you improve your Canon D-SLR sports photography skills!
The big summer of sport and the London Olympics are upon us, so what better time to learn how to take better action shots with your Canon D-SLR! In our ten-page guide we reveal key camera techniques for capturing anything that moves, from setting the right aperture and shutter speed to focusing tips. While this month’s Apprentice learns how to take sporty flash portraits with a talented pro Canon photographer James Cheadle (www.jamescheadle.com).
We’ve also spent some quality time testing Canon’s new EOS 650D this month! Find out what we really think in our free eight-page essential guide – including our exclusive hands-on video. Top Canon pro David Noton shares some of his best landscape images, we also help a reader buy a tilt-and-shift lens, we test ten of the best telephoto lenses, and we reveal how to take provocative portraits on the beach!
And our free videos include part four of our Canon EOS D-SLR guide, videos on how to shoot portraits and how to use tilt-and-shift lenses, plus eight Photoshop lessons including priceless advice on processing Raw files.
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