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(9 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Outdoor Photography is for the serious amateur and semi-professional photographer who is passionate about the British countryside and its wildlife. It is the UK’s only photography magazine dedicated exclusively to the coverage of landscape, wildlife and the environment.

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Outdoor Photography  |  November 2012  


Make the most of the longer nights with our guide to shooting nightscapes and astrophotography images; we talk to Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher about their devotion to documenting traditional African cultures and rituals; Jonathan Horrocks talks about his love of British landscapes; and Lee Frost puts Samsung’s latest compact system camera, the Wi-Fi enabled Samsung NX20 through its paces.
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• Inspirational selection of winning and commended images from the prestigious Veolia Environnement Photographer of the Year competition
• How to be a storyteller: Chris Weston on how to communicate a compelling narrative through your images
• Twelve great locations to shoot this month, including Aberdeenshire, Cumbria, County Donegal, Devon, the Isle of Arran, Powys, Somerset, Wiltshire and the Vale of Glamorgan
• Andy Rouse reports on his involvement with his local osprey conservation project
• We guide you through Britain’s weather systems to help you find photogenic storms
• Nature photography guides; the latest events and new releases; competitions; our favourite readers’ images; plus your chance to get published in OP.
Outdoor Photography is for the serious amateur and semi-professional photographer who is passionate about the British countryside and its wildlife. It is the UK’s only photography magazine dedicated exclusively to the coverage of landscape, wildlife and the environment. Each issue features an inspiring array of landscape and wildlife photographs with regular contributions by Britain’s leading photographers. The magazine is also renowned for its field tests of cameras and other relevant equipment plus informed techniques and instruction by leading photographers.
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9 Customer Reviews
   great Reviewed Tuesday, May 2, 2017
exellent magazine with some good tips
   exellent Reviewed Tuesday, May 2, 2017
this is a great magazine for any photographer
   Very good Reviewed Wednesday, May 27, 2015
a solid magazine with alot of interesting points
   The best photography magazine Reviewed Saturday, August 23, 2014
I've been reading this since issue one, and my shelves are bending under the weight. The digital edition is going to save me so much shelf space in future.
   happy Reviewed Thursday, March 20, 2014
My fave photo mag, downloadable! Very readable on a 5" Dell Streak and I love the way pages resize based on content. Happy! :-)
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Outdoor Photography   |   November 2012   


Make the most of the longer nights with our guide to shooting nightscapes and astrophotography images; we talk to Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher about their devotion to documenting traditional African cultures and rituals; Jonathan Horrocks talks about his love of British landscapes; and Lee Frost puts Samsung’s latest compact system camera, the Wi-Fi enabled Samsung NX20 through its paces.
Plus
• Inspirational selection of winning and commended images from the prestigious Veolia Environnement Photographer of the Year competition
• How to be a storyteller: Chris Weston on how to communicate a compelling narrative through your images
• Twelve great locations to shoot this month, including Aberdeenshire, Cumbria, County Donegal, Devon, the Isle of Arran, Powys, Somerset, Wiltshire and the Vale of Glamorgan
• Andy Rouse reports on his involvement with his local osprey conservation project
• We guide you through Britain’s weather systems to help you find photogenic storms
• Nature photography guides; the latest events and new releases; competitions; our favourite readers’ images; plus your chance to get published in OP.
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 Outdoor Photography magazine print subscription.
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