Issue: 20100501

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Nikon: digital cameras
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CONTENTS
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.: HOYA
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.
HOYA
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.: AT-X 116 PRO DX
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.
AT-X 116 PRO DX
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EDITOR'S LETTER
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What’s in a name?
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As more companies develop small cameras with compact lenses that you can detatch and swap out, those of us who write about photography have been struggling with what to call this new type of camera system. With no mirror for directing the image through the lens to a viewfinder, it’s not a single-lens reflex (SLR).
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Nikon Inc.: THE NIKON D300S
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Nikon Inc.
THE NIKON D300S
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LAB
DSLR TEST
STUDENT TEACHER
Pentax's least expensive DSLR delivers HD video, live view, and ISO 6400 at a great price
Noise, Autofocus, Speed
Ergonomics and Controls
TEST RESULTS
The Bottom Line
SPECIFICATIONS
PENTAX
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K-x
$537
Philip Ryan
WHEN KNOWLEDGEABLE (and thrifty) photographers want a good deal on a budget SLR, Pentax has been the go-to brand for decades. To this day, you can still find young photography students shooting with Pentax Kl000 film SLRs. Does the company’s current entry-level DSLR, the 12.4MP K-x ($537, street, with 18-55mm f/3.5—5.6 lens), live up to the Pentax legacy? It sure does.
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Botswana
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Botswana
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WE WANT THIS
MORE CHOICES THAN EVER
The flexible compact competition heats up
PANASONIC
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PANASONIC
LUMIX DMC-G10
$600
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WHEN WE awarded Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-G1, the first Micro Four Thirds camera, our Camera of the Year in 2008, we had an eye on the format’s future. Now, with the new Samsung NX and just-announced Sony Alpha compact systems (see pages 6 and 14) joining Panasonic and Olympus in the interchangeable-lens compact category, the rivalry is getting exciting.
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JUSTOUT
FAST CAM
Samsung’s advanced compact shoots at f/1.8
NEWS FEED
Samsung
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Samsung
TL500
$450
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THIS TOP-OF-THE-LINE Samsung TL500 compact is going to give shooters looking for a high-end pocket camera a lot to think about. Not only does its lens get truly wide at a 24mm equivalent, it also opens up to f/1.8— one of the biggest apertures we’ve ever seen in a compact.
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WIDEST LENS YET
8mm, but not a fisheye? Believe it!
WHEN APS-C
INSIDE TECH
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shooters want to go really wide, their options max out at 10mm, about a 15mm equivalent on most DSLRs. But Sigma’s new 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM lens is wider: At a 12mm equivalent, it’s the widest non-fisheye lens you can use on your APS-C camera.
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MPIX
GALLERY WRAPS
MPIX
METALLIC PAPER
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JUST OUT
SUPER PRINTS
Canon’s 24-incher has its widest gamut yet
Canon
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Canon
imagePROGRAF iPF6300
$3,700
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WANT TO print big? (And we mean really big.) You’ll need a wide-format printer, like Canon’s new 24-inch imagePROGRAF iPF6300. We admit it’s pricey at $3,700 (est. street), but for photographers who sell a lot of big prints it could be a worthy investment.
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SHOOT ANYWHERE
Mount your camera without a tripod
NEWS FEED
Vanguard
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Vanguard
PH-242 window mount
$80
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YOU CANT always carry a tripod with you. And even if you have a tripod, you don’t always have room to set it up. That’s where Vanguard’s PH-242 window mount comes in. Essentially a tripod head on a clamp, it allows you to attach your camera to your car’s window, a deck railing, or even a (steady) tree branch.
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Remote
Fire from afar
THE LOWDOWN
FASCINATING CONCEPT
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Delta wireless camera triggers
$54
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Interfit’s Strobies Delta wireless camera triggers ($54, est. street; www.interfitphoto graphic.com) offer plenty of remote control at an unusually low price. The two models should fire select Canon, Fujifilm, Kodak, and Nikon cameras from up to 320 feet.
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TAMRON USA Inc.
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STATE OF THE ART
NICHE BAGS
Camera and equipment toters get specialized
NEWS FEED
Clik Elite Nature
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Clik Elite Nature
ClikStand
$280
Clik Elite Nature
Evolution Messenger 4
$135
Clik Elite Nature
Photo Logistics Manager
$600
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AFTER A LULL, we’re finally seeing some more interesting bags. The latest trend? Bags made for specific circumstances. Clik Elite’s Nature + ClikStand bag is for shooters who hike. Its internal frame doubles as a camera support, so you can mount your DSLR or an external flash sans tripod.
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PRINT NOW
TOOLBOX
Go Luddite with a camera that delivers prints ASAP
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One reason we love digital: its infinite reproducibility. But that’s also one reason we hate it—any picture could end up on Face-book for all to see. That’s why we might bring Fujifilm’s cute new Instax Mini 25 ($125, estimated street) to our next party.
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MENTOR SERIES
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MENTOR SERIES
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THE GUTS
VERY SMART CARD
The elegant interior of the highest-capacity CF card
San Disk’s
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San Disk’s
Extreme Pro cards
$180-590
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MEMORY Each of the four memory blocks (two on each side of the card) can hold 16 GB of data. Firmware in the controller chip spreads out the data between all four memory blocks for greater reliability. The process, called "wear leveling," arranges data so that erasures and rewrites are evenly distributed.
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PHOTO CHALLENGE
ICE PICK
A tight close-up of a snowflake takes the prize
NEXTPHOTO CHALLENGE
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Lori Fredrickson
"I LOVE WINTER photography," says Travis Forbear (twforbear. zenfolio.com). "But after reading the [February 2010] Photo Challenge, I pushed myself to make my images more focused." The 33-year-old photographer from Hart, MI, had shot snow-flakes before, but our request to capture something frozen, he says, persuaded him to "get closer and more detailed."
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MY PROJECT
View from Behind
A look at what the backs of our T-shirts say about us
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Lori Fredrickson
"WHEN PEOPLE choose a T-shirt, it’s not just something to wear,” says New York-based photographer Susan A. Barnett (sabarnett. com). "Often it’s to communicate a strongly felt message." This was the inspiration for the 58-year-old’s series, Not In Your Face.
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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I, PHOTOGRAPHER
Storm Shooter
Chris Kridler pursues awful weather
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Kathleen Davis
WHAT KIND OF STORMS DO YOU LOOK FOR? The ideal storm target is a triple point: for instance, where a cold front and dryline intersect. The panhandle of Texas is perfect for chasing such systems, because it’s flat—no trees and mountains to block the sky.
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SanDisk Corporation: Extreme Pro
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Extreme Pro
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LETTERS
Wild Things
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AS A HIGH SCHOOL yearbook advisor, I share Popular Photography with my students, either for specific yearbook-relevant advice or for general inspiration. Peter Kolonia’s March 2010 article offers both: We think most of his "Secrets of Wildlife Photographers" apply to (as he says) "finding, luring, lighting, posing, and coaxing photogenic behavior" from fellow classmates, too.
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TECH SUPPORT
Lens Electronics
TIPS FROM A READER
GOT A QUESTION?
What Should I Buy?
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Q My Sigma 70—300mm f/4—5.6 DL Macro zoom worked great on my Canon EOS Rebel film SLR. Recently I bought a Canon EOS Rebel XTi digital SLR. The Sigma lens fits on fine, but sometimes the body will show error code 99, and I have to turn off the camera to reset it.
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YOUR BEST SHOT
Shots in the Dark
This month’s winners find inspiration as the sun sets
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1st Place $300 Prize PHILLIP WISE, 30, WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER, BEND, OR "This shot was taken a few blocks from downtown Cannon Beach, OR. My wife and I go every year for about a week. This year we were staying on a part of the beach that was new to me, and I went out to watch the sunset, bringing my camera with me.
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Stuff: top-quality ballheads
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top-quality ballheads
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HOW
CREATIVE THINKING
FIELD VISION
Planning far ahead to capture the perfect moment
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Laurence Chen
CAPTURING ICONIC landscapes requires patience, luck, and planning. Commercial and editorial photographer Glenn Oakley of Boise, ID, a former photojournalist, brings something else to his landscapes: "You can be in the right place and get great light," he says.
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HOW
FIX IT FAST
Bird Call
The background is better when defocused
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Debbie Grossman
Dan Richards
MICHAEL PHAM of Westminster, CA was right in getting that nice catchlight in the bird’s eye, something wildlife specialists urge all the time. We’re not enthusiastic about the background, though—it’s too sharp, and the bright green fights with the subject even more.
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HOW
DEBUNKER
SHAPING A HISTOGRAM
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MYTH: For the best exposures, you should set shutter speed, aperture, and ISO so that the bell curve of your histogram is centered, not falling off the extreme right or left edges. TRUTH: Depending on the subject, perfect exposure may put the bulk of the data almost anywhere on the histogram.
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New York Institute of Photography
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New York Institute of Photography
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HOW
TIPS & TRICKS
Get Support
QUICK TIP
Steady your camera on whatever’s at hand
What’s This?
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Peter Kolonia
MOST PHOTOGRAPHERS feel that they have two choices at night: Using a harsh electronic flash or lugging a tripod along. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get great pictures after dark. The trick? Finding tripod substitutes. Tree limbs, park benches, tables, railings, rocks, and light posts can all make decent supports for satisfyingly sharp photography after the sun has set.
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HOW
30-SECOND PHOTOSHOP
MAKE CONTACT SHEETS
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MISS SQUINTING THROUGH a loupe at thumbnails of your images? Prefer to pick the best and plan your crops with a grease pencil instead of software? Adobe Bridge CS4 (which comes with Photoshop and Elements for Mac) has an easier-than-ever method for printing contact sheets: You can now make PDFs without leaving Bridge.
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HOW
SOFTWARE WORKSHOP
Find Neutral
Locate a gray point to remove color casts
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LAST MONTH, I explained a method for finding and setting your image’s black and white points. Using that procedure adds just the right amount of contrast to a flat image, and sometimes corrects color issues, too. Yet finding the black and white points is often just the first step.
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YOU CAN DO IT
Limit Your Focus
A manual lens that kick-starts your creativity
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Sara Wager
WHEN I FIND all my photos start looking the same—the same as my earlier work, the same as everyone else’s work—I turn to Lensbaby selective-focus tools to get my mojo back. Slapping a Lensbaby on one of my Canon DSLR bodies encourages me to look through my viewfinder differently, with exciting results.
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FEATURES
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Passage to Alaska
TO EXPLORE THE NATURAL WONDERS OF ALASKA’S INSIDE PASSAGE, PHOTOGRAPHER JON CORNFORTH TOOK TO THE WATER—NOT IN A CRUISE SHIP, BUT IN HIS OWN SMALL BOAT.
Photographing Wildlife
Capturing the Landscape
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Jon Cornforth
MOST ALASKANS refer to the panhandle simply as "Southeast." It’s the last leg of the Inside Passage, the famed coastal route that extends north from Washington State, through British Columbia, and into Southeast Alaska. More than two million people visit each year, most often on a cruise ship.
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POP PHOTO
ANNUAL LIGHTING SPECIAL
LIGHT LIKE A PRO
ALL YOU NEED FOR THIS PORTRAIT IS SAND, SUN, A REFLECTOR—AND HALLE BERRY. FOR FIVE LIGHTING SETUPS FROM SIMPLE TO COMPLEX TURN THE PAGE.
NATURE'S LIGHTING STARTER KIT: THE SUN
A LOCATION PRO TAKES THE STUDIO OUTSIDE
MIXING DAYLIGHT AND STROBE
FOR JEWELRY, IT’S ALL ABOUT SPARKLE
LOTS OF LIGHTS KEEP IT DARK
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Peter Kolonia
PHOTOGRAPHY'S MOST basic lighting option, the sun, is also one of the most versatile. It can be bright and hard or dim and soft. It can be warm and highly directional, casting long shadows. Or, behind clouds, its light can be blue, diffuse, and shadow-free.
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POP PHOTO
ANNUAL LIGHTING SPECIAL
10 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT LIGHT
AND TIPS FOR HOW YOU CAN APPLY THEM TO YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Dan Richards
1 THE BROADER the light source, the softer the light. The narrower the source, the harder the light. A broad light source lessens shadows, reduces contrast, suppresses texture. A narrow light source does the opposite. This is because, with a broad source, light rays hit your subject from more directions, which tends to fill in shadows and give more even illumination to the scene.
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Quick-Flip Tops
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FLASHPOINT
FLASHPOINT Flip-Lock Carbon Fiber Tripods
Flashpoint Flip-Lock Series Tripod Specs
Adorama
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Adorama
Flashpoint Flip-Lock
$129.95
Karl Ernemann
The new series of Flashpoint Flip-Lock carbon fiber tripods is beautifully finished, amazingly lightweight and compact. They perform as well as or better than high priced European tripods and they cost a fraction of the price—an equation that spells real value for serious shooters.
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LAB
LENS TEST
Tough Tool
PENTAX-D FA 100MM F/2.8 WR MACRO
STURDY AND SUPERB CLOSE-UP GLASS
SPECIFICATIONS TEST RESULTS
SUBJECTIVE QUALITY FACTOR
Pentax
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Pentax
KAF2
$700
Julia Silber
WITH A SLEEK, retro style, Pentax’s latest version of its 100mm f/2.8 macro looks much different from earlier iterations. The $700 (street) lens, joining the WR (weather-resistant) line, now has a metal body instead of rein-forced polycarbonate, and a metal manual-focusing ring, along with weathersealing.
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LAB
LENS TEST
New Classic
NIKON 70-200MM F/2.8G ED VR II
A STABILIZED SUPERSTAR, UPDATED
SPECIFICATIONS TEST RESULTS
SUBJECTIVE QUALITY FACTOR
Nikon
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Nikon
AF
$2,320
Julia Silber
NIKON HAS produced more than half a dozen high-speed, tele zooms since the early 1980s. The first with Vibration Reduction— the full-frame 70-200mm f/2.8 VR of 2003—was an instant classic, lauded for its high-speed autofocus, VR, and attractive styling.
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LAB
LIGHTING REVIEW
Strobe to Go
CALUMET TRAVELITE 375R
LIGHTS AND ACCESSORIES FOR TAKING YOUR STUDIO ANYWHERE
SPECIFICATIONS
CALUMET
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CALUMET
TRAVELITE 375R
$500
Peter Kolonia
THE BEST LOCATION lights are powerful, well-designed, light-weight, durable enough for daily studio use, and able to draw power from batteries. Calumet’s Travelites fit the bill. Available in the U.S. in a variety of models, they’re marketed in the rest of the world as Bowens Gemini strobes.
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LAB
REVIEW
Fresh Fix
COREL PAINTSHOP PHOTO PRO X3
SOFTWARE THAT MAKES EDITING AND SHARING IMAGES EASY
In the Full Editor, the Learning Center is there to help you along.
SPECIFICATIONS
PAINTSHOP PRO
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PAINTSHOP PRO
PHOTO X3
$90
Debbie Grossman
COREL’S PAINTSHOP Photo Pro, now in version X3, has long been a compelling image editor. It offers Windows users sophisticated adjustment tools, as well as fast fixes and fun projects. In this iteration ($90, street), Corel added and improved some editing features and made a smart move: It separated editing and organizing from creating and sharing, giving each of these two sets of functions its own application.
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Table Top Stand
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Mini Macro-Stand
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THE GUIDE
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BEACH CAMERA
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MAY 1950
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TIME EXPOSURE
Dancing Film Star
Available Light
Willow Wonder
Italian Masterpiece
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Harold Martin
Perhaps the most widely read issue of the year was our May Directory, an annual overview of all current still and movie cameras, lenses, enlargers, films, papers, darkroom equipment and photo products. The cover by action specialist Dave Peskin shows MGM dancing star Cyd Charisse.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Smile Train
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ADORAMA INC.
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BACKSTORY
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Watchmen
Erik Butler captures a keeper of the Golden Gate Bridge
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Lori Fredrickson
THE STORY BEHIND this image is pretty intense. It’s from an article that I did for Reader’s Digest in 2001, about one of the ironworkers on the Golden Gate Bridge: Ken Hopper, whose feet you see here. The main task of ironworkers on that bridge is to take out rusting rivets and replace them with newer bolts.
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PaintShop
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