Absolutely packed with gorgeous, stunning shots of the great outdoors, Outdoor Photography magazine is perfect for both amateurs and professionals.
This magazine is unsurprisingly filled with some astonishingly well taken shots. Alongside the drool-worthy imagery is news of the latest developments in the world of photography, interviews with leading outdoor photographers and guides both to analysing the best shot, where to find it and setting up your camera to perfectly capture it. Oh, and of course reviews and price guides of essential outdoor kit, from cameras and lenses for all budgets to hardwearing boots and comfy fleeces to keep you warm whilst seeking that perfect picture.
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Why stifle your pictures by taking shots indoors? Sure, it is likely that professional photographers working inside (think modelling shots, family snaps and so on) earn money by the bucket-load, but in their boring, repetitive images do they capture even a tenth of the majesty and beauty that may be found in the British countryside? Here at Newsstand we consider the answer to be a resounding no.
We are very fortunate here in Britain that, despite the frankly really rather small size of the country, we possess an unrivalled wealth of beautiful and varied countryside. From the rolling hills of England to the might peaks of the Scottish Highlands, from the Yorkshire Dales to the Lake District and the blasted heaths of Exmoor, there is simply an incredible amount to see. With the world progressing as it is, with an ever increasing emphasis on modernisation, globalisation and an ever-growing population, it may not be that long before we lose some of that beauty to development. So, we ask you, outdoor photographers, to go out there, explore the country and capture some of the splendour and magnificence of our scepter’d isle before it is too late. NB