Nikon Owner magazine cover – issue 62
CONTENTS – ISSUE 62 2018
CREATING NATURAL LIGHT PORTRAITS: AN INTERVIEW WITH HOLLY WREN
By Michael Eleftheriades
In June this year, Holly Wren gave a popular talk to the Nikon Owner London Group at the Hellenic Centre. Nikon Owner London Group coordinator Michael Eleftheriades interviews Holly for this issue.
NIKON’S FACTORY OF DREAMS: THE END OF OHI BUILDING 101
By Gray Levett
This is the story of the Ohi Building 101, Nikon’s first factory that is, alas, no more. This building was the setting for the creation of the first Nikon, the Model I 35mm rangefinder as well as the legendary Nikon F and F2 up to and including the F3.
By Heather Angel
Heather Angel managed to capture this wonderful shot of a panda sliding down a snowy slope. Over the years, it has been reproduced in advertisements, on calendars and greetings cards as well as in textbooks, panda books, newspapers and many magazines to become her best-selling panda image.
SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW – PART II
By Becky Danese
In Nikon Owner Issue 52 (LII), Becky Danese explored the merits of using the Nikon ES-1 slide copying adapter to digitize 35mm slides. It was a very popular article. In this issue she turns her attention to the new ES-2 Film Digitizing adapter.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Saudi Arabia – The Car Crash Cube
As Andrew Main Wilson nears the end of his global journey, having completed shoots in 175 of the world’s 200 countries, he tells us of an encounter that struck him as particularly symbolic of the changing world we live in today.
TONY HURST GALLERY:
Words by Gray Levett
Nikonos RS was the world’s first underwater SLR camera. After a six-month search Gray Levett tracked one down along with a R-UW AF 20-35mm f/2.8, the world’s first underwater zoom. Master photographer Tony Hurst then captured it in all its glory.
CRACKING STACKING Part I
By Simon Stafford
In this, the first of a two-part article, Simon Stafford offers some observations on the Focus-Shift Shooting feature of the Nikon D850.