ISSUE II SPRING 2001
Before we release the camera shutter, decisions have to be made. What film? Is this the best viewpoint? What lens? Where to place the subject/horizon in the frame? With the exception of the first variable, all will influence how you decide to frame the picture.
GRAHAM HANCOCK & SANTHA FAIIA- ‘FINGERPRINTS OF THE GODS’
On the eve of the re-release of his perennial best seller Fingerprints of the Gods, Hancock explains why he wrote the book, which is illustrated with photographs by Santha Faiia.
She is one of the most famous women in the world and her every move is publicly scrutinised by the media. Yet there is a private side to her. in an exclusive interview the Duchess of York speaks for the first time about her passion for photography with editor Gray Levett.
RICHARD YOUNG- AND THE OSCAR GOES TO…
After shooting Hollywood’s brightest stars and Oscar winners at this year’s 73rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, photographer Richard Young flew back to London and dropped into the editorial office with his images.
NIKON IN SPACE-H.J.P (DOUGLAS) ARNOLD- “HOUSTON WE HAVE A PROBLEM”
Beginning in this issue is the first part of the history of Nikon in Space by the distinguished English space photography expert H. J. P (Douglas) Arnold.
SHARP PRACTICE- PART I
In the first of two articles, Simon Stafford explains how to achieve sharp pictures and exactly what you need to understand about your camera and your lens, and then be able to practice sound photographic techniques.
MARKETING YOUR IMAGES- PART I
How does one get one’s images in print? Ron Spillman FRPS offers guidance.
There has never been a better time to move into digital photography. Peter Bargh throws some light on this new and exciting media. “I promise you, once you see what digital can offer, you wont look back.”
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