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Nikon Owner Issue 18
The Perfect Storm by Robert Sanger
Photographer Robert Sanger tells us of his passion for storm photography, and offers photographers some very useful guidelines for taking pictures of the perfect storm.
Brian Slater - Lord of the Dance by Gillian Greenwood
Sydney Carter wrote Dance, then, wherever you may be, I am the Lord of the Dance, said he, And I'll lead you all, wherever you may be, And I'll lead you all in the Dance, said he. It could be the theme music for photographer Brian Slater's life as a dance photographer.
Setting an accurate white balance value does not have to be a matter of guesswork; thanks to the ExpoDisc tool it really is very straightforward. Simon Stafford explains.
Scanning Simplicity by Ben Oxley
Ben Oxley offers some advice on setting up Nikon Scan and using some of its key features.
History of Nikon Part XV by Gray Levett
There were approximately one million Nikon F cameras manufactured over a period of 14 years why then would anyone be interested in collecting them? The editor details the early models including one particularly rare example.
Night Life by Heather Angel
We are all guilty. No matter what part of the world we take pictures, invariably the available light is not what we want at that moment of time. We complain there is too much, not enough; it is too variable or too flat. Only when you venture out at night with a camera, do you begin to appreciate that darkness can present even more problems and hazards to the photographer. Heather Angel sheds light on the subject.
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