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As mentioned previously, early morning's the best time of day to be out with your camera. Not only is the light at its most attractive during the first couple of hours, with the sun low in the sky, but you'll also find the locations you visit almost devoid of tourists. There's generally less movement in the air at this time of day as well - great for capturing reflections in water. If you're going on holiday with your family, rising early while they're still in deep slumber will also give you...

Issue A On Sale Thursday 7th July

Photoshop is all you need to simulate this innovative printing process with greater reliability and none of the mess. Derek Lea shows you how J The gum bichromate printing process allows . gt photographers and master printmakers to produce astonishingly diverse and interesting prints from their negatives. The process involves coating paper with gelatin. Watercolour, or sometimes guache pigment, is mixed with gum arabic to add the desired colour to the coating. Then, the gum and pigment mixture...

Nassos Callitsis

J V l Nassos says that after he received his June edition of Digital Camera World the a name DCM is published under in some countries , he tried shooting a wedding following some of the professional tips we printed. This is his first attempt, captured with a Nikon D70 and 70300mm zoom. I like the fact that it's not a posed, formal shot. The bride's blurred, however - try increasing the ISO next time to be able to get a faster shutter speed. At least everyone looks happy, though. I, Glad to hear...

Sally Wittenoom

Sally Wittenoom

I Sally shot this in Perth, Western Australia using her Sony DSC-P10. It's a great a alternative to the usual run-of-the-mill family beach shots - some thought has gone into this. A slight shift to the left in camera position would have helped balance the composition better, but the photo has plenty of energy as it stands. It's a shame that there's not eye contact with everyone in the shot - as a family 'snapshot', this might not be that troublesome after all, you'll probably be more concerned...

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Doug Perrine

Doug Perrine Photography

I 1 Until recently, Doug owned . la picture agency www. y seapics.com but sold it to J develop his career as a t marine wildlife M photographer and writer. His marine photography career began when he was working as a scuba diving instructor and guide with the aim of teaching speciality diving courses, but he never got around to teaching. His MA in biology and living resources, gained in 1986 at the University of Miami, has obviously served him well and he's a regular on TV, having been involved...

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Multi-award-winning lensman and keen conservationist Doug Perrine invites Karl Foster to dive into the fascinating world of marine photography JTithout shark j photographic opportunities it photographers j presents I quickly realised the U U there would be j potential of the camera to introduce WW no constituency j people to the beauty of the ithout shark photographers there would be no constituency for shark conservation. That's the view of award-winning marine photographer, writer and...

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These photographs of Venice were shot at sunrise on two consecutive mornings and show how slight differences in the weather can have a dramatic effect on the quality of light. hosts the legendary Palio where horses are raced around the medieval Piazza del Campo from 6th to 15th July there's the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain July sees the Moroccan Festival of Arts in Marrakech while September's the month for the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Festival. Wherever you are,...

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Simon Wear International Licensing Director SENIOR MANAGEMENT Nick Merritt Group Senior Editor Steve Gotobed Senior Art Editor Stuart Anderton Publisher Lynda Burgess Assistant Publisher Dom Beaven Publishing Director If you have a query regarding a subscription or back issue, or would like to place an order, please contact ou r customer services team Telephone 44 0 870 4448680 Email customerservice futurenet.co.uk Future Publishing Ltd is part of Future pic Future produces carefully targeted...

Star Letter

I recently forced myself to eat humble pie. In the past, my brother and I have both made sweeping statements his was that he'd never become a vegetarian mine was that I'd never buy a digital SLR. This week, both of us have had to revise our statements. Now the former carnivore, who thought a meal was incomplete without meat, is happily digging into mounds of vegetables. And I'm growing fonder every day of my beautiful new Canon EOS 350D. I don't quite know how the change came about. There's...

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