ISSUE XLII 2013
Michael Huggan spent a week in the spectacular environment of Yellowstone National Park photographing its winter landscapes and wildlife. He shares his experiences with us in this article.
FOCUSING FACTS: NIKON AUTOFOCUS Part I by Simon Stafford
In the first of a two-part series Simon Stafford takes an in-depth look at the autofocus system used in Nikon D-SLR cameras since the introduction of the D3 and D300 during 2007.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part V
In this issue we bring you the magnificent, black Nikon SP rangefinder fitted with an external mount 5cm f/1.1 Nikkor lens, photographed by the maestro Tony Hurst. Words by Gray Levett.
ANGEL EYES XIV by Heather Angel
With her magnificent impressionistic portrait of lupins, eminent author and wildlife photographer Heather Angel shows us a superb example of how she creates her magnificent images, whether the subject is planned or unplanned.
STORIES IN PORTRAITURE by Felix Kunze
One of the dictionary definitions of Portraiture is ‘a representation or impression of someone or something in language or on film or television’. Our peripatetic columnist, Felix Kunze, goes beyond the basic meaning to define, illuminate and expound upon this concept.
WEE WONDER! by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford reviews the new Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f/4G VR which was designed to provide a lightweight, portable alternative to the AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G VRII.
NIKON OWNER GALLERY:Daniel Beltrá
Daniel Beltrá is a Spanish photographer based in Seattle. Daniel brings the sensibility and craft of a news photographer to the fields of nature and the environment, making images which he hopes will spur greater respect and conservation of those subjects.