Digital Photography + Design > February-March 2012
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: How to create your own superhero; How to add rich textures and old-school colour effects to your images; Top 10 Photoshop Tips; Studio Lighting Special; Profile - Josh Holko; Sony Alpha NEX-7
How to create your own superhero
So you thought you had to be an accomplished illustrator to make your own comic book character? Not so! All you need is a camera, some Photoshop know-how and a little imagination.
We show you how to add rich textures and old-school colour effects to your images and in the process expand your creative horizons.
Top 10 Photoshop Tips
Stuggling to understand Photoshop? With a few smart tips you'll be tackling advanced image-editing projects in no time. Here are 10 of the best to propel your skills to the next level.
Studio Lighting Special
Ever thought about setting up your own home studio? In this special buyer's guide, long-time studio user Andrew Fildes explores the pros and cons of the various lighting options, and looks at some of the things you need to consider before handing over your hard-earned money.
Sony Alpha NEX-7
At first glance the Sony NEX-7 looks much the same as the compact NEX cameras that have come before it. But there's much more to this camera than meets the eye, including a stunning 24.3 megapixel sensor and a breathtaking high-definition electronic viewfinder. Andrew Fildes explains why it's game changer.
Profile - Josh Holko
Landscape photographer Josh Holko travels all over the world in pursuit of the perfect landscape. He talks about life on the road and what it takes to shoot a great landscape.
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