The latest issue #6 of c’t Digital Photography features an in-depth article about digiKam by yours truly. c’t Digital Photography is a relatively new quarterly magazine published by Heise, one of the most respected magazine publishing houses in Germany.
For my money, c’t Digital Photography is the best photography magazine on the market. And I’m saying that not because I write for it. The magazine caters for serious amateurs and professional photographers alike, offering high-quality articles covering a wide range of topics: from macro photography and panorama stitching to lens adapters and lens correction techniques. The current issue #6, for example, is chock-full of great articles, including excellent pieces on DIY studio gear and macro focus stacking. Linux users will also appreciate that c’t Digital Photography covers Linux-based photography tools as well as open source software for other platforms. In fact, issue #4 of the magazine features a comprehensive article on photography software for Linux, while issue #5 covers photography apps for iOS and Android.
c’t Digital Photography is published both in German and English, and your magazine subscription is available internationally at reasonable rates. The magazine’s editor has kindly provided me with two extra copies of the English version of the current issue which I’ll be more than happy to share with Scribble and Snaps’ readers. Leave a comment to this post, and I’ll randomly pick two lucky recipients.