CONTENTS – ISSUE XLIV 2013
SEVEN YEARS ON SEVEN CONTINENTS
The David duChemin Interview
Robert Falconer talks to David duChemin about his globe-hopping adventures as a World & Humanitarian Assignment Photographer.
ANGEL EYES XVI
by Heather Angel
In April 1977 just off a Texas highway, Heather Angel found a perfect, natural-colour ensemble of blues and yellows in her shot of bluebonnets, yellow flax and daisies, which no garden designer could better.
TIP TOP TECHNIQUE
by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford offers some comprehensive advice designed to assist you with your camera technique.
KEEPERS – THE ANCIENT OFFICES OF BRITAIN
Gray Levett interviews Julian Calder
In his glorious photographic celebration Keepers – the Ancient Offices of Britain, published to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of the Coronation of HM The Queen, photographer Julian Calder records over a thousand years of living British history, through titles, ancient offices and appointments that are still in use. Gray Levett interviews Julian for this issue of Nikon Owner.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part VII
Words by Gray Levett
The rarely seen Nikon S4 rangefinder camera was chosen for Tony Hurst to shoot for this issue. Words by Gray Levett.
MICRO MARVEL: 70-180mm Micro-Nikkor
Lens Review by Simon Stafford
Technical Editor Simon Stafford reviews the world’s first autofocus, close-focusing zoom lens, the AF Micro-Nikkor 70-180mm f/4.5-5.6D ED, originally released in 1997.