CONTENTS – ISSUE 54 2016
FEDERICO VERONESI: LIGHT & DUST
An Interview by Michael Eleftheriades
During the summer one of the rising stars in wildlife photography Federico Veronesi gave a widely acclaimed talk on his work to the Nikon Owner London Group. A few days later, he met up with Michael Eleftheriades to discuss his work.
THE GILLIAN GREENWOOD INTERVIEW
by Richard Mansfield
In a rare reversal of roles, long-term Nikon Owner subscriber Richard Mansfield speaks to Senior Features’ Editor Gillian Greenwood about Grays of Westminster… The Legend and The Legacy and her goals for Nikon Owner
magazine. We also publish a short excerpt from The Legend and The Legacy in this issue.
LIFE IN THE FAST LANE
by Damien Demolder
Damien Demolder’s powerful pictures convey both drama and movement within a city as life rushes past. He shows us how we can create a completely different type of imagery in street photography by not necessarily following the rules.
ANGEL EYES XXVII
by Heather Angel
During a late afternoon game-drive Heather Angel captured a poignant shot of a grieving elephant in the Chobe National Park Botswana, which has one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa.
DIGITAL EVOLUTION Part II
by Becky Danese
In the second part of her new series, Becky Danese discusses the principal differences in Nikon’s Full Frame DSLR camera models past and present.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Turkmenistan – The Darvaza Gas Crater
In his continuing saga Andrew Main Wilson captures the extraordinary sight of the Darvaza Gas Crater in Turkmenistan, which he describes as the world’s largest and most unusual gas fire.
HIGHGATE CEMETERY – A SPECIAL PHOTO-WALK
by Michael Eleftheriades
Nikon Owner London Group Co-ordinator Michael Eleftheriades shows us a selection of the impressive images taken by Nikon Owner subscribers on the London photo-walk around Highgate Cemetery earlier this year.
AND THE WINNER IS…
Simon Stafford won the coveted Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 award with his extraordinary image ‘The Aftermath’.
THE TONY HURST GALLERY Part XVIII
Words by Gray Levett. Image by Tony Hurst
Introduced in 1970, the Fisheye-Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 was credited as the world’s most extreme wide-angle lens for the 35mm format. Tony Hurst’s shot has been seen all over the world.