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Head to a British safari park for some exciting wildlife photography.

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A guide to shooting our rocky landscape to create abstract patterns and textures to use in other photos.

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Enter our 'Colour' theme photography competition for the chance to win an amazing Loupedeck CT Pro-Editing Console which is compatible with Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and many more popular photo editing apps.

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Find out which ePHOTOzine member has won a Samsung memory card in week 2 of our popular daily photo competitions which take place over in the forums.

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From lying down lazy shots to action shots, why not have a go at snapping your cat?

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Samyang has released a new lens simulator that can be used to see what lens choices are available and how they will look depending on the settings used.

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It's September which means a new month of photography challenges have begun. Read on to find out who's won the first week of September's daily challenges.

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The winnable competition

[photo] One of the things that differentiates photographers is what makes them tick. Some shoot for art, some to record beautiful, memorable or important things. Others are in it to win itÖ I donít like compiling lists of the ten best pop songs EVER...

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  •  19 Sep 2020
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Lockdown Photography

During lockdown I dug out my water drop kit and started to play with it again. Some of the shapes achieved are amazing and not visible to the naked eye. Water-drop collision photography is fascinating and not easy. I use a single valve water-dro...

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Those That Survive

Backups. When we used film, in those halcyon days at the dawn of time, we didn't worry about backing up our images. We might not even have kept the negatives, although I always did. Ironically, the only damaged negatives I ever had were my Four Seaso...

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Muddled message

[photo] Iíve just looked at a picture that is supposed to be highly symbolic. It is, but what I canít work out is what it symbolises Ė whether itís ironic, or seriously meant. Anyway, I gave it a miss with the vote button. Iím currently racing throug...

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  •  17 Sep 2020
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Canon has officially released their Canon EOS Webcam software - available for free to download, it lets you use your Canon camera as a webcam. Find out what cameras are supported.

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The breath-taking Aurora Borealis, Andromeda Galaxy, our own moon and Jupiter are just some of the incredible subjects featured in this year's 'Astronomy Photographer Of The Year' winning images.

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Sony has announced the new Xperia 5 II Smartphone - designed to give premium performance - but without the £1K price tag. The smartphone offers 4K HDR video at 120fps.

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Night photos of buildings can give your collection of architectural shots a nice twist.

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John Riley reviews the SMC Pentax-FA 24-90mm f/3.5-4.5 AL [IF] vintage lens for full-frame SLR/DSLRs.

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Nikon has officially announced the new Z 50mm f/1.2 and Z 14-24mm f/2.8 lenses for Z-mount cameras. Find out how much they cost, and when they will be available here.

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The fourth workshop and lecture from the free 'Alternative Photography Summer School' will be taking place this month.

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