ISSUE III 2001
Editor Gray Levett begins a new series which examines the role of Nikon in the movies. In The Bridges of Madison County, Clint Eastwood plays the lost stranger who shoots with a Nikon F instead of a Magnum 44.
SHARP PRACTICE – PART 2
In this issue technical editor Simon Stafford continues his article on what one needs to understand in order to create sharp pictures.
THE PHOTOGRAPHER OF PAKISTAN
Paul Joynson-Hicks turns 30 and travels with his Nikons to Pakistan and risks his neck to play polo!
NIKON- MOVING AT THE SPEED OF SOUND.
Ensign John Gay of the US Navy captures a technically meticulous shot of a plane breaking the sound barrier.
HEATHER ANGEL – CLOSE ENCOUNTERS
Wildlife photographer Heather Angel gets up close and personal with some of natures most detailed designs.
RICHARD YOUNG – THE CANNES DIARY
Richard Young zooms in on the Cannes Film Festival and finds himself in Middle Earth!
Simon Stafford’s review of Nikon’s new manual focus camera. In this age of digital cameras, along comes the magnificent new Nikon FM3A.
JOHN ARCHER-THOMSON – LIFE ON THE WEST COAST.
John Archer-Thomson describes a day in the life of Dale Fort, which is a converted Victorian military fort set on a rocky promontory at the entrance to Milford Haven in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
WHO WILL BUY MY WONDERFUL PICTURES?
The well-known writer and photographer Ron Spillman FRPS gives the Who What and Where on how to sell your images in part 2 of Marketing Your Images.
NIKON IN SPACE – Part 2
The renowned space photography expert Douglas Arnold’s definitive history of Nikon in Space concludes in this issue.
SILENT WAVE II – This Time It’s Lighter.
Simon Stafford gets his first glance of the new lightweight 300mm f/2.8D AF-S ED II Nikkor lens.
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