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Nikon Owner Magazine Issue 6

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CONTENTS

ISSUE VI 2002

A WORM’S EYE VIEW- by Heather Angel

Heather Angel shows you that using a low level viewpoint and taking a worms-eye view will dramatically change the perspective- often resulting in a more dramatic picture than one taken from normal eye level.

CUBA: CASTRO, CIGARS AND OLD AMERICAN CARS

Richard Young is our Man in Havana.

DAVID SUCHET- A detective and his Nikon

The much loved and respected British actor, renowned for his definitive portrayal of Hercule Poirot, discusses with Gray Levett his passion for photography and how he came to chose Nikon.

A GRAND DAY OUT- by Paul Joynson- Hicks

Follow Paul Joynson – Hicks into the Luangwa Valley, one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa.

THE EDITOR GOES EAST Part I

Gray Levett travels to Tokyo and visits the Sendai Nikon factory in northern Japan.

SHOOTING WITH A TOP GUN

Simon Stafford‘s review of the new Nikon SB-80DX Speedlight.

HISTORY OF NIKON Part V

Nikon released their first camera in 1948; this is the story of the Nikon I.

MY FAVOURITE IMAGE

The legendary Nikon U.S.A technical troubleshooter Scott Andrews tells us about his favourite image.

SKY PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES

Inside London’s top professional lab with the Royal Warrant; an interview with the manager Brian Judge.

MEMBERS GALLERY

In this issue we meet professional photographer Paul Dawson who shoots a very broad range of people, places and panoramas.

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