CONTENTS – ISSUE 61 2018
TASMANIA: A D500 AND SOME THOUGHTS ON COMPOSITION
By John Archer-Thomson
John Archer-Thomson and his wife Sally travelled to Tasmania with John’s newly-acquired D500 to photograph the magnificent scenery, flora and wildlife.
COPYRIGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHERS: FIRST STEPS
By Andrew Waller
In March this year Andrew Waller gave a very well-received talk to the Nikon Owner London Group on the subject of copyright; this article is based on his talk.
JAWS DOWN UNDER
by Heather Angel
Heather Angel’s extraordinary image of a huge salt-water crocodile captured from Darwin harbour was the first time an unplanned grabbed shot was selected for a front cover.
CASE AIR WIRELESS CONTROL SYSTEM
By Simon Stafford
Technical Editor Simon Stafford takes a look at the Case Air wireless remote camera control system distributed by Tether Tools.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Ethiopia: The Rock Church of Lalibela
Andrew Main Wilson traverses the world to capture the essence of each country in one iconic image; this time he visits the magnificent underground Rock Church of Lalibela in Ethiopia.
OUT OF THE WILD
by Becky Danese
Becky Danese visits the Big Cat Sanctuary in Smarden, Kent and explores the use of lenses, shutter-speed, aperture, autofocus and exposure.
TONY HURST GALLERY:
Words by Gray Levett
Tony Hurst took a stunning shot of a Nikon F3 that he called “The Gold Standard”. Gray Levett discusses the importance of the Nikon F3 in Nikon’s history.
by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford explains how to get the best out of the Nikon AF TC-E type teleconverters.