CONTENTS – ISSUE 54 2016
AN ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVE
by Gillian Greenwood
Gillian Greenwood talks to award-winning photographer Graham Eaton about his stunning images of the natural world; he explains how he achieves his unique, dramatic compositions in this issue.
ANGEL EYES XXVI
by Heather Angel
While staying close to the Zambezi River in Zambia, Heather Angel took an extraordinary shot of two bee-eaters, an image reminiscent of Chinese and Japanese paintings of birds.
A PASSION FOR PICTURES
by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford interviews wildlife and travel photographer Renato Granieri who is driven by passion to document the remote regions and cultures of our planet through photography.
by Becky Danese
In this brand-new series, Becky Danese discusses the key differences in Nikon’s most popular camera models past and present. She examines the DX format in the first article of the series.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Andrew Main Wilson travels to Registan Square in Samarkand and captures the colour, energy and drama of a 25-minute extravaganza-style sound and light extravaganza.
CANYONS, ARCHES AND A GRAND STAIRCASE TO EARLY PLANET EARTH
by John Archer-Thomson
John Archer-Thompson and his wife Sally explore and photograph the breath-taking geological landscape of America’s Canyonlands, with its spectacular rock formations and natural monuments.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part XVII
Words by Gray Levett. Image by Tony Hurst
The Nikon F5 50th Anniversary camera, commemorating Nikon’s 50th anniversary of camera manufacture, was a very special model made in only very limited numbers. Gray Levett explains.