Hang around us long enough and you’ll soon realise we’re suckers for a great photo. Whether it’s action frozen in monochome by the late Henri Cartier-Bresson or dazzling colours a la David La Chappelle, we feature as much as we can on TCé, and even have a whole other site dedicated to learning different styles of it around London. So understandably, we can’t wait to get our hands on The Guardian‘s forthcoming 84-page guide to photography, coming out this Saturday.
Top snappers like Tom Jenkins, Suki Dhanda, Martin Argles, Eamonn McCabe, Antonio Olmos and Dan Chung are just some of the quality broadsheet’s finest who’ll be sharing their wisdom in print with seven masterclasses to try and advice touching on everything from how to shoot to some of the best kit around – and there’s even reader’s assignments to help you step your game up. It goes without saying that there’s nothing like learning from the masters in the trade, so remember to grab your guide on the 17th – and click here for more info about the competition.
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