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Black + White Photography  |  Christmas 2011  


The Christmas issue of Black+White Photography is full of news, reviews, brilliant technique ideas and beautiful black & white images.

Tracy Hallett has 50 ingenious ideas to improve your photography for under £50. Meanwhile acclaimed photographer Shahidul Alam talks to Mark Bentley about the power of photojournalism to do good and Steve Pill investigates the fascinating history of contact sheets.

Thinking about buying a smartphone? Daniel Calder tests the latest smartphone cameras. We also test out the new Leica V-Lux 30 and bring you some fabulous photography ideas for your Christmas list.

In our techniques section, Lee Frost has some brilliant ideas for shooting images with impact, Tim Daly explains all you need to know to use a panoramic camera and
Tim Clinch explores the wonders of Lightroom.

Elsewhere, Colin Harding advises the makers of a new British film on Victorian photography and Susan Burnstine highlights the intriguing work of a celebrity photographer who doesn’t know who the celebrities are.

All this plus Newsroom, In the Frame, Readers’ Pictures, book reviews and One Exhibition Not to Miss.

Plus check out the Speed Graphic Catalogue at the end of this issue.
Black + White Photography is the champion of the B&W image. The magazine features stunning contemporary images from some of the finest names in black & white. As well techniques and tips, product news and reviews, every issue provides opportunities for readers to have their work published and to benefit from a variety of competitions and workshops. Black + White Photography is considered a ‘must read’ for anyone interested or working in the creative world of B&W imaging in the UK.
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Black + White Photography   |   Christmas 2011   


The Christmas issue of Black+White Photography is full of news, reviews, brilliant technique ideas and beautiful black & white images.

Tracy Hallett has 50 ingenious ideas to improve your photography for under £50. Meanwhile acclaimed photographer Shahidul Alam talks to Mark Bentley about the power of photojournalism to do good and Steve Pill investigates the fascinating history of contact sheets.

Thinking about buying a smartphone? Daniel Calder tests the latest smartphone cameras. We also test out the new Leica V-Lux 30 and bring you some fabulous photography ideas for your Christmas list.

In our techniques section, Lee Frost has some brilliant ideas for shooting images with impact, Tim Daly explains all you need to know to use a panoramic camera and
Tim Clinch explores the wonders of Lightroom.

Elsewhere, Colin Harding advises the makers of a new British film on Victorian photography and Susan Burnstine highlights the intriguing work of a celebrity photographer who doesn’t know who the celebrities are.

All this plus Newsroom, In the Frame, Readers’ Pictures, book reviews and One Exhibition Not to Miss.

Plus check out the Speed Graphic Catalogue at the end of this issue.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Black + White Photography magazine print subscription.
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