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This month we have another amazing issue for you, filled with professional techniques, tips and ideas.

Get the most out of your sensor

Understand the technology behind making digital images for more quality from your kit (Image credit: future)

Many of us never stop to think about what happens behind the scenes in our camera when we press the shutter button. In many cases, this isn’t something we need to worry about, as we judge everything worked as it should by the quality of the resulting image. However, with a better understanding of the causes of image noise, the difference between electronic and mechanical shutter modes, and the impact of profiles on detail and distortion in your images, it is possible to reevaluate the work of your camera. Are you sure you’re getting the most out of your expensive camera gear? Find out now!

Professional modern wildlife guide

Graeme Green offers his best insider tips (Image credit: future)

Wildlife photography is not easy. It’s long, quick, and often seems to require the most expensive photo kit money can buy. This issue though, professional photographer Graeme Green, with the help of fellow expert Tim Flach, is on hand to take you behind the scenes with his guide to modern wildlife images. Learn how to capture close and wide shots, choose the right equipment and tell a story, for your best nature images.

See double – creative portrait

Lauren Scott has put together a creative project detailing how to use double exposure in camera (Image credit: future)

In a world of photo editing magic, it’s easy to overlook the power of in-camera special effects. Double exposures seem to have gone out of style lately and we think that’s a shame. Save time in front of the computer and capture eye-catching double exposures in the field, with Lauren’s handy tips and techniques.

unseen light

Claire Gillo visits David Clapp for some essential tips on shooting mesmerizing infrared landscapes. (Image credit: future)

Group test: superzoom lenses

Long zoom ranges don’t necessarily mean poor quality images. Find out which superzoom lens comes out on top in our group test. (Image credit: future)

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