ISSUE XLIII 2013
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: The Orangutans of Sumatra, A Critically Endangered Species
In September 2012, after almost two years of planning, Craig Jones travelled to the Indonesian island of Sumatra with his Nikon D4 to document the critically endangered orangutans native to the area. Gillian Greenwood reports.
FOCUSING FACTS: NIKON AUTOFOCUS Part II by Simon Stafford
In the second instalment of his two-part series, Simon Stafford examines the use of autofocus in Live View with Nikon D-SLR cameras from the D3 and D300 onwards.
RUSSIA: A WORLD APART by Simon Marsden & Duncan McLaren
In the introduction to his thirteenth and final book, Russia: A World Apart, the late English photographer and author, Sir Simon Marsden, writes: Photographers are often described as ‘voyeurs’ or ‘outsiders’, but never before had I felt such a stranger in a strange land.
ANGEL EYES XV by Heather Angel
In this issue, Heather Angel tells of one of the toughest trips she has ever undertaken, on a once in a lifetime trip to the main Antarctic continent to shoot pictures of emperor penguins.
GRAYS OF WESTMINSTER: An International Reputation For Excellence
With an international reputation for excellence, Grays of Westminster endeavours to service all your Nikon needs. This article first appeared in the June 2013 issue of Digital SLR Photography magazine.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part VI
Tony Hurst captures the 105mm f/4.5 UV-Nikkor, one of the very rarest and most specialised lenses ever made by Nikon. Words by Gray Levett.
HOW TO… FIND OUT HOW MANY SHOTS MY CAMERA HAS TAKEN by Becky Danese
This brand-new ‘How-To’ Series by Becky Danese has been compiled for our readers in direct response to the number of technical questions we are asked on a daily basis.
THE LONG AND THE SHARP OF IT by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford reviews the Nikkor AF-S 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR which is the successor to the venerable AF 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D VR lens, the first interchangeable lens for Nikon SLR cameras to feature Vibration Reduction (VR).