Contents for the digital version Amateur Photographer 16 May 2015

Amateur Photographer 16 May 2015

Amateur Photographer 16 May 2015

See what’s in the digital version Amateur Photographer 16 May 2015

  • Three top wildlife photographers share their expert tips and techniques
  • Armed with a humble smartphone, Yener Torun shows why you don’t need expensive kit to capture world-class images
  • Mark Bauer on why Martinsell Hill in Wiltshire is a hidden gem
  • Toil & strife
  • Kevin McElvaney explains how and why he photographed the men who mine sulphur in East Java, Indonesia
  • Damien Demolder examines your images
  • Andy Westlake finds out whether Canon’s first CSC, the EOS M3 aimed squarely at enthusiast photographers hits the mark
  • Tamron’s latest wideangle zoom combines a fast and constant f/2.8 maximum aperture with optical stabilisation. Michael Topham puts the Tamron SP 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD to the test
  • A week in photography
  • Your letters and guess the camera competition
  • Spotlight on readers’ excellent images and how they captured them
  • Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • Expert advice, tips, tricks and more
  • Roger Hicks considers… ‘Salade Trévise’, 2001, by Philippe Bachelier

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About Amateur Photographer magazine

Amateur Photographer is the world’s oldest consumer weekly photographic magazine, first published in October 1884. Since then, AP (as it is affectionately known to its readers) has been the bible for both amateur and professional photo-enthusiasts around the world. It has helped generations of photographers to improve their skills.

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