LONDON (13 March 2017) — The seventh issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) Photography Magazine, in association with Summer Island Maldives, is now available to download for FREE via the app on Apple, Android and Amazon devices.

Taking an in-depth look at the photographic features and images in the main magazine, the app includes tips and tricks from photographers in the travel industry.


Switzerland: We go behind the scenes of the Glacier Express March 2017 feature, before chatting to photographer Slawek Kozdras about his commission for National Geographic Traveller (UK).

Australia: We take a look at Ewen Bell’s photography, capturing the untamed Flinders Ranges and learn how he balanced lighting to shoot wildflowers at sunset.

Maldives: The colours of Hanifaru Bay, above and below the water, are taken in this photo story.

Column: Before capturing the moment, you have to be in it.

Designer’s picks: Art director Chris Hudson rounds up some of his favourite entries from the National Geographic Traveller Photography Competition 2017 that didn’t make the shortlist.

Post-production: The secrets to sharpening an image.

The kit: Daniel Allen reviews the best portable modifiers.

Exclusive interview: Mark Clinton: We talk to the photographer who joined The North Face team’s snowsports athletes to capture them riding down an active volcano on the South Pacific island of Vanuatu.

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National Geographic Traveller (UK) Photography Magazine is published 10 times a year and is free to download via the app.


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