Nick Sidles article documents the situation in Afghanistan only a relatively short time after the fall of the Taliban regime following the campaign by America and her allies after 11th September, 2001.
MARK TILLIE – NIKON IN BROLLYWOOD
Photographer Mark Tillie has worked on some of the world’s most acclaimed movies. How did he get his break into this world? Over lunch he tells Editor Gray Levett how it came to pass.
HISTORY OF NIKON Part V
“Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound” – Well not quite, but the Nikon F2 High Speed is still a super camera.
IT’S A SMALL WORLD – Part I
In the first of a series of articles on close-up and macro photography, Eleanor Weston discusses the basic principles and some practical considerations.
METERING WITH CONFIDENCE
For her article in this issue the doyenne of wildlife photography Heather Angel personally instructs you how to meter with confidence.
EDITOR GOES EAST Part II
Have Nikon- Will Travel. The second part of Gray Levett’s trip to the home of Nikon.
KUBRICK, SELLERS and NIKON.
Two rare behind-the-scenes images of the legendary film director Stanley Kubrick and master impressionist Peter Sellers.
MY FAVOURITE IMAGE
Professional photographer and founder member of the Nikon Owners’ Club Go Yamagata tells us about his favourite image.
HORSES FOR COURSES – The D100 Review
Simon Stafford was given one of the first Nikon D100 cameras to test. He headed out for Brittany from where he sent us his findings.
Joanna Vestey tells us of an assignment to Alaska – photographing British Explorer Steve Brooks and his partner Graham Stratford on their mission to be the first to drive across the frozen Bering Strait.
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