A BOX OF DELIGHTS
Andrew C.P. Laird discovers a box of delights…
NIKON IN THE MOVIES- Part II
The series continues with Denzel Washington in The Pelican Brief.
Bruce Fleming became one of the most important photographers of the mid-1960s when he shot guitarist Jimi Hendrix’s cover for Are You Experienced? He moved into the advertising business in the late 1970s. He talks with Editor Gray Levett about his various adventures around the world.
HEATHER ANGEL –The Use and Abuse of Colour
In her article The Use and Abuse of Colour the incomparable wildlife photographer Heather Angel writes in this issue “Over the years, as I shot more and more colour film, the way I began to interpret colour influenced the way I composed my pictures.”
TRAGIC BEAUTY – THE COLUMBIA MISSION
H.J.P. Arnold, the distinguished English space expert, writes a personal tribute to the crew members of the Columbia Mission.
IT’S A SMALL WORLD – Part II
Eleanor Weston acts as our guide as she continues her journey into the small world.
HISTORY OF NIKON – Part VI
Gray Levett takes us on a tour of the Nikon F2 Data camera.
Michael Eleftheriades is a photographer and member of the Nikon Owners’ Club. His passion for architecture, virtual reality, computer graphics and photography is fused in the creation of large-scale panoramic imagery.
AF-DC NIKKORS REVIEWED
Simon Stafford writes, “Amongst those lenses that have never fully emerged from the shadows of obscurity into the full limelight of popular, widespread use are some personal favourites of mine.” In this issue he reviews two of these the two AF-DC Nikkor lenses.
Club member Frantisek Staud shot the stunning image of Mount Fuji for the Editor Goes East article in Issue VII. His first camera was a Zenit EM, and since then, he has never been without a camera. He now travels the world shooting for his company with a Nikon.
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