CONTENTS – ISSUE 51 2016
MASTERS OF LIGHT: CLIFF MAUTNER
by Robert Falconer
“Shadow is canvas, light is paint.” Robert Falconer interviews Cliff Mautner, whose extraordinary images make him one of the most acclaimed and celebrated wedding photographers in the world.
CHASING THE WIND
Les Voiles de St Tropez & Antibes by Simon Weir
Simon Weir and Serge Krouglikoff follow a flotilla of yachts racing in the Mediterranean as part of ‘Les Voiles’ Regatta, which brings together some of the finest classic and vintage yachts from around the world.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE TUVALU – THE GLOBAL WARMING WARNING
by Andrew Main Wilson
The highest point on Tuvalu is a sand dune. As our planet continues to warm up, resulting in rising sea levels, the inhabitants of Tuvalu are faced with a pressing problem….
COSTA RICA, A CENTRAL AMERICAN GEM
by John Archer-Thomson
Long-time Nikon Owner contributor John Archer-Thomson recounts, with vivid anecdotes and imagery, his photographic adventures in Costa Rica
ANGEL EYES XXIV
by Heather Angel
Cisco Craig Dietz discovered the Polaroid emulsion transfer process back in 1978. In this issue Heather Angel explains how she achieved the image transfer of an iconic African scene, using elephant dung paper.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part XV
Words by Gray Levett
In this issue the master photographer Tony Hurst shoots the muscular might of the Nikon MF-17 250 Exposure Data Back unit.
by Simon Stafford
Composition is relevant to virtually all forms of art: painting, drawing and photography, as well as music, theatre, dance and literature. Simon Stafford offers a few thoughts on composing a photograph.
SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW
by Becky Danese
Becky Danese explains and clarifies the method of digitizing 35mm slide film using the ES-1 Slide Copying Adapter