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Nikon Owner Magazine Issue 83

CONTENTS – ISSUE 83 2024

Nikon Owner 83 front cover

FRONT COVER BY KRISTI ODOM

CONTENTS:

NIKON OWNER RECOMMENDS:
Gerard Brown

EDITOR’S LETTER
By Gray Levett

WOMEN IN PHOTOGRAPHY – Kristi Odom: A Voice to the Voiceless
By Gillian Greenwood
Gillian Greenwood continues her series on women photographers of today with a feature on award-winning photographer Kristi Odom. Kristi is an Associate Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers and works both locally and in the most remote locations of the world, helping to protect the planet’s bio-diversity.

VOIGTLÄNDER PAST AND PRESENT
By Becky Danese
Becky Danese takes us on a fascinating journey from the early years of photography and the creation of the very first Voigtländer lens in the mid-19th century to the present day. She examines the range of Voigtländer lenses and the F mount lenses that are currently available.

WATCHING RED ADMIRAL BUTTERFLIES
By Heather Angel
Heather Angel discusses the appearance and feeding habits of Red Admiral butterflies as they emerge throughout the year.

STANLEY KUBRICK: A Space Odyssey
By Gray Levett
Stanley Kubrick has been described as the movie director’s movie director. He made twelve films in half a century and his impact on the world of cinema was profound. What is his connection to Grays of Westminster, Nikon, and 2001: Space Odyssey? Gray Levett tells the story.

ALBANIA– A DRAMATIC TRANSFORMATION
By Andrew Main Wilson
Andrew Main Wilson visited Albania in 1989 with a Nikon F4, returning in 2023, thirty-four years later, with his Nikon D850. He was amazed to discover such a vast transformation within the country.

MYSTERY, MYTH & MISCONCEPTION
BY SIMON STAFFORD
Simon Stafford discusses the fundamental issue of exposure and other aspects of image data in the context of rendering the best possible digital image quality. He defines the three vital principles that determine exposure.

THE LEGACY OF MICHAEL PUTLAND
By Gillian Greenwood
Gillian Greenwood celebrates music photographer Michael Putland’s remarkable career which, by some extraordinary stroke of fate, started in the basement of the building now occupied by Grays of Westminster.

THE TONY HURST GALLERY
Words by Gray Levett
The beautiful and still highly desirable Nikon 35Ti is captured here by Tony Hurst. His still-life of the Nikon 35Ti shows the luxury titanium-clad point-and-shoot camera in fine detail. It debuted in 1993.

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