BRAZIL: THE ROAD TO RIO- by Peter Spurgeon
Peter Spurgeon shoots a variety of subjects, but his main photographic passion is to capture the essence of Urban and natural landscapes with graphic compositions. He turns his attention to Brazil and takes the road to Rio.
In the second part of Graham Hancock Santha Faiia series The Earth Mysteries written specially for Nikon Owner magazine, Graham speculates upon the enigma of Easter Island, while Santha captures astounding images.
THE PIT AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER- By Tabatha Fieman
Life is tough for todays rock photgraphers and Tabatha Fireman is no exception . Like a sitting duck in the photographers pit she is at the mercy of flying bottles, flailing guitars and crowd surfing fans. Despite this, there are compensatory highlights like having dinner with Chuck Berry and discussing the history of rock music with him.
STRETCHING THE LIMITS Part I- by Michael Eleftheriades.
In part I of his article, Michael Eleftheriades tells us about the history of panoramics, and brings his considerable expertise to help us choose the right equipment or panoramic photography.
THE FOUR SEASONS: AUTUMN- by Gillian Greenwood; images by Adrian Cochrane
We are launching a brand new series called ‘ The Four Seasons’, which will feature images taken by Nikon Owner subscribers evoking particular aspects of seasonal photography, and illustrations these very distinct changes of the year. We begin this new series with Autumn.
THE BROTHERS COLLIER Part II- by Gillian Greenwood
In part I of the Brothers Collier, we glimpsed at the creative vision of Tim Collier, who has made photography his life’ work. In part II, Gillian Greenwood examines the evocative images of his brother, Phil Collier, ornithologist and wildlife photographer.
DOUBLE CENTURY DELIGHT- THE D200 REVIEW- Part II- by Simon Stafford
As a fully specified, professional grade, D-SLR camera, the D200 defines the quantum leap forward in digital imaging technology that has taken place since its predecessor, the D100, was introduced only three and a half years ago. Simon Stafford continues to look in depth at Nikon’s latest digital SLR in the second part of his article.
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