CONTENTS – ISSUE 60 2018
By Annie Cahill
The esteemed photographer and multi-talented Director of Social Media and Marketing for Joe McNally Photography explains her role and tells us about a particular challenging shoot in Hawaii at night.
SHADOWS & LIGHT: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF A MAGICIAN
By Gillian Greenwood
There are photographers or painters over the centuries who have created still-life images so visually eloquent that they tell a story. Gillian Greenwood examines the life and work of Tony Hurst.
A WINTER POLLINATOR
by Heather Angel
Heather Angel tells us how capturing action shots of insect pollinators are a combination of prolonged observation, careful stalking and luck.
SIR SIMON MARSDEN, HIS DARK MATERIALS
By Gray Levett
On the eve of the release of a new documentary film about the life and times of the distinguished, much-missed photographer Simon Marsden, Gray Levett enters his twilight world.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Japan – The Snow Monkey Jacuzzi
Andrew Main Wilson traverses the world to capture the essence of each country in one iconic image; this time he visits Japan.
HDR (HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE) PHOTOGRAPHY
by Becky Danese
What is High Dynamic Range Photography? Technical Advisor Becky Danese provides a comprehensive overview and explains how we can achieve the dramatic effects it provides.
The award-winning English thriller writer and musician is also an accomplished photographer.
THE SPIRIT OF NIKON
by Sir Simon Marsden
The Spirit of Nikon was originally published in the Grays of Westminster Gazette in March 1997 and has been reprinted for the current issue. In this article Simon Marsden explains why he had such an affection for Nikkormat cameras.
FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH
by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford continues his voyage of discovery with Nikon’s extraordinary D850, examining every aspect of it in full detail.