Nikon Owner magazine cover – issue 63
CONTENTS – ISSUE 63 2019
PHOTOGRAPHING ROCKY SHORES
By John Archer-Thomson
Britain’s coastline contains some of the most photogenic and bio-diverse areas on the planet. In this comprehensive article, long-term Nikon Owner contributor John Archer-Thomson examines the photographic potential inherent within our rocky shores.
The AF-S NIKKOR 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR
By Moose Peterson
Nikon Ambassador Moose Peterson makes a welcome return to the pages of Nikon Owner with his review of this extraordinary new zoom lens from Nikon.
By Heather Angel
The preeminent photographer, biologist and author Professor Heather Angel invites us on one of her many trips to China and explains how she captured this very unusual shot of a newt.
By Becky Danese
Becky Danese guides us through the customisable options available on Nikon’s DSLRs cameras.
REMEMBERING RHINOS & REMEMBERING GREAT APES – BOOK REVIEW
By Mike Eleftheriades
Michael Eleftheriades reviews two very important books: Remembering Rhinos and Remembering Great Apes, which are not just curiosities for the lovers of animals, but poignant records of species facing an uncertain future.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Tanzania – The Ancient Dhows of Zanzibar
Almost 30 years on from his first visit and armed with his new Nikon D850, Andrew Main Wilson returns to Tanzania to visit the country’s world-class Wonder – the Spice Island of Zanzibar.
TONY HURST GALLERY:
Words by Gray Levett
The master of light and composition Mr. Tony Hurst shoots the extremely rare Nikon F-36 Type 1motor drive from 1959.
CRACKING STACKING Part 2
By Simon Stafford
In the second part of his two-part article our award-winning technical editor Simon Stafford offers some advice on how to process images captured using the Focus Shift Shooting feature of the Nikon D850.