CONTENTS – ISSUE XLVIII 2015
RICHARD YOUNG: DECISIVE MOMENTS by Gillian Greenwood
Over the last forty years, Richard Young has become not just one of the most important, highly respected and well-loved photographers of our time, but a formidable legend in his own right. We celebrate his remarkable achievements in a unique interview in this issue of Nikon Owner.
TAKEDOWN: THE DNA OF GSP by Michael Bright and Neil Lucas
Canadian filmmaker Peter Svatek of Triplex Films wanted to make a major film about GSP, George St. Pierre, the French-Canadian martial arts fighter. Michael Bright and Neil Lucas tell the story of how they were suddenly thrown into the world of sophisticated cage-fighting.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part XI Words by Gray Levett
Tony Hurst shoots the highly specialized and unique Nikon F2A Data camera for this issue.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Andrew Main Wilson continues his quest to photograph every single country in the world, and takes us on a trip to the amazing Iceberg Lagoon of Jokulsarlon Glacier.
TANTALISING TANZANIA by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford introduces a small potpourri of guests’ photographs taken during their adventures on safari with Nikon Owner magazine through northern Tanzania in July 2014.
ANGEL EYES XX by Heather Angel
In Ice Roamers Heather Angel describes how she shot a picture of a polar bear and her cubs which was chosen for the front jacket of the BBC book Planet Earth – the Photographs. The book was based on the ground-breaking television series Planet Earth, presented by Sir David Attenborough.
TEN OUT OF TEN: THE NIKON D810 REVIEWED by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford takes a close look at the Nikon D810 and compares it with its predecessors the D800 and D800E.