The new issue of Australian Photography + digital is out now in newsagencies, via subscription and on iPad.
In the November edition of Australian Photography + digital we talk to light painter Peter Solness about his remarkable night photos, photojournalist Adam Ferguson tells the story of a photo he captured during a tense day shooting in Afghanistan’s notorious Korengal Valley, and we give you the tools you need to tell compelling stories with your camera.
We join an unusual landscape adventure shooting some of the world's most beautiful (and dangerous) volcanoes, and share a step-by-step image-editing technique to help you add subtle soft-focus effects to your photos.
Peter Burian takes a closer look at Wi-Fi camera technology and explains the benefits for photographers and we test the new Canon EOS 5D Mk III, Canon's latest full-frame DSLR, and the Powershot G1X, a well-featured and robust prosumer style compact camera.
You'll also find the best images from our 'Shapes' photo comp, a new batch of Image Doctor critiques, the latest Camera Buyers' Guide and columns from your favourite photography writers including Robert Keeley, Prashphutita Greco and Darren Leal.
Australian Photography + Digital on your iPad Australian Photography + digital is now available on iPad. The iPad version includes everything the print edition does with bonus material including extra images and links to relevant websites. You can buy a single edition of the magazine at the Apple App Store or sign up for a one-year subscription. Existing magazine subscribers can download iPad issues for free as they become available – simply search for Australian Photography + digital in the App Store and log on using your existing subscription username and password. Click here to get the iPad edition of Australian Photography + design at the iTunes Store.
Peter Solness explains the techniques he uses to create his spectacular 'light paintings'.
Mark Galer shares 11 simple steps to help you add subtle soft focus effects to your photos in post-production.
Find out how to tell compelling stories with your camera.
In Behind the Lens photojournalist Adam Ferguson recalls a tense day in Afghanistan’s notorious Korengal Valley.