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smart phone smart photography

Jo Bradford, CICO Books, £12.99 (paperback) There is no doubt that the advent of the smartphone has brought extraordinary changes to modern life. And with its many sophistications comes the powerful built-in camera that has the potential to take photos that are as good as, if not better than, those shot with a regular camera. But as with most technical processes, the skill lies in the hands of the operator – and what about your photography? Is it up to the mark? Like so much in this fast-changing digital world, we tend to learn smartphone photography on the go, which is why many of us might not be making as much of our smartphone camera as we could be. This book offers you the chance to hone your creative skills and use your smartphone camera to maximum effect.

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The Dolomites are a popular summer retreat for many Italians. We’ll show you how walking takes precedence over the winter activities we usually associate with this beautiful region. We also visit the secret green spaces of Italy’s cities, perfect oases if you are taking a summer city break. And we visit Matera, a city once known as ‘the shame of Italy’ but now set to become the European Capital of Culture.