Saturday, June 16, 2012

Amateur Photographer -16 June 2012

Amateur Photographer is a British photography magazine, published weekly by IPC Media, a Time Warner subsidiary. The magazine provides articles on equipment reviews, photographic technique, and profiles of professional photographers.Amateur Photographer is the world's oldest consumer weekly photographic magazine, first hitting the newsstands on 10 October 1884; making it over 125 years old.The Test Reports from past publications can be purchased online from Test Report. There are nearly 9,000 tests available; consisting of reviews of cameras, lenses and other equipment.

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Pentax reveals 'mid-level' K-30 DSLR; Kodak at centre of nuclear storm; Warning as bogus filter scam escalates; July debut for Leica 50mm f/2 Asph lens; New lens adapters for Fujifilm X-Pro1 announced 


The latest books, exhibitions and websites 

The Final Frame 

Roger Hicks asks whether some things are not meant to be photographed 

Photo Insight 
Andrew Sanderson discusses his unusual portrait image and looks at how certain equipment and techniques can help to add another level to a shot 

Annabel Williams takes two AP readers out on location and shows them how to arrange a simple portrait shoot with the minimum of fuss. Oliver Atwell joins them 

Leica M Monochrom and X2 
Tim Coleman gets hands-on with Leica's recently launched M Monochrom black & white-only rangefinder and X2 compact camera 

Nokia Lumia 800 and Hähnel Tuff TTL wireless flash trigger 

Bridge Cameras 
With long zooms, SLR-style handling and an impressive range of creative features, bridge cameras still offer an affordable alternative to an SLR and range of lenses. Mat Gallagher puts eight market-leading models through their paces to see which ones offer the best results 

Ask AP 
Our experts answer your questions 

Sony Cyber-shot HX20V 
Sony's latest premium compact cameras features a 20x zoom and 18.2-million-pixel Exmor R sensor. Mat Gallagher finds out what it offers the creative photographer 

Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 DI VC USM 
Tamron's professional-level 24-70mm f/2.8 lens costs about the same as its brand-name equivalents, so is it worth the price? Tim Coleman puts it to the test 

Aliasing and Anti-Aliasing 
Manufacturers go to great lengths to reduce the appearance of noise in images. They do so by building anti-aliasing filters into their cameras. To understand how they work, we need to know something about the nature of sampled systems, as Professor Bob Newman explains 

AP readers speak out on the week's issues 

AP reader Terry Armstrong remembers how he proved his bullying photography tutor wrong 

Reader Spotlight 
Another selection of superb reader images 

The Power of Black & White 
Toby Deveson's raw and honest black & white photographs portray life simply but beautifully. Gemma Padley talks to him about his working processes and the enduring power of black & white film

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