CONTENTS – ISSUE 70 2020
THE DECISIVE D6
By Moose Petersen
The mighty Moose Peterson, writer, Nikon Ambassador, wildlife & aviation photographer puts the new flagship D6 through its paces with some stunning results.
NEITHER SHAKEN, NOR STIRRED
By Simon Stafford
In this first part of a two-part article, Simon Stafford examines VR for F-mount Nikkor lenses used with Nikon SLR and D-SLR cameras.
By Heather Angel
Heather Angel captures a shot of a male satin bower bird as it carries a blue plastic straw to its ensemble of blue objects used to attract a mate in Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia.
WORKING WITH RAW IMAGES
By Mark Gatter
Mark Gatter is an internationally-acclaimed photographer and author. He explains in detail the best way for photographers to work with their raw images.
By Julian Cook
Photographer Julian Cook travelled to Pembrokeshire seven times over a five-year period. He vividly describes this unspoilt part of Wales.
BLACK & WHITE AND (INFRA)RED ALL OVER
By Becky Danese
In this practical and highly comprehensive article, Becky Danese takes us through the methods she uses to shoot infrared images, explaining in detail how you can create stunning, ethereal pictures.
FRENCH GUIANA – THE SALVATION ISLANDS
By Andrew Main Wilson
Andrew Main Wilson’s passion for travel adventures takes him to the Salvation Islands and the daring escape attempts of Henri Charrière from the Prison of St-Laurent-du-Maroni. He visits a place of solitude, remoteness and cruelty and finds beauty.
TONY HURST GALLERY:
Words by Gray Levett
Tony Hurst captures a rare image of the Nikon F High Speed Sapporo, and Gray Levett tells the story behind this remarkable camera.
THE MUSICAL BOX OF MICHAEL PUTLAND: IMAGES FROM HIS ARCHIVE
By Gray Levett
The gifted English blues, rock singer-songwriter and guitarist Peter Green and founder member of Fleetwood Mac passed away in July. Photographer Michael Putland captures a moment in time when his torch was burning brightly.