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N-Photo: the Nikon magazine December 2016

Every month we bring you 132-pages of step-by-step advice on how to get the best results from your Nikon digital SLR. Our camera skills section will show you how to shoot great pictures and how to edit them to make them even better! You'll be inspired by the beautiful images shot by top photographers and fellow readers. And you'll learn the basics through our Nikopedia reference pages – picking up tips from the pros with our exclusive interviews and masterclasses. ****Note: This digital edition is not printable and does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies***

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welcome to issue 66

Get even more out of N-Photo Facebook Join 289,000 Nikon nuts who ‘Like’ us on Facebook www.facebook.com/nphotomag Weekly newsletter News, techniques and offers emailed to you every Friday. Sign up at www.bit.ly/nphoto_news Twitter Follow our tweets and keep up to date with all things #Nikon www.twitter.com/nphotomag PhotoClub e-learning Learn online with our new online video training courses www.digitalcameraworld.com About the cover Title Erosion Location Jökulsárlón Ice Beach, southern Iceland Photographer Lorenzo Nadalini Camera Nikon D800 Lens Nikon 12-24mm f/2.8 Exposure 0.6 sec, f/18, ISO50 Web 500px.com/lorenzonadalini Happy birthday to us, happy birthday to us, happy birthday N-Photo... happy birthday to us! Yes, that’s right, this issue marks N-Photo’s 5th birthday, and we’ve got you, our loyal readers, to thank for the fact that N-Photo continues to go from strength to strength. Many of you have been with us since the very first…

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n photo

Gary Bailey PAGE 52 Professional motorsport photographer Gary helps this issue’s Apprentice shoot the thrills and spills of motocross. George Turner PAGE 62 Braving the ‘suicide hide’, George captured stunning photos of wild brown bears in their natural environment. Roger Bamber PAGE 93 Roger reveals how a chance encounter prompted him to reflect on one of the most formative photos of his career. Seb Rogers PAGE 94 Seb’s love of mountain biking has helped him to become one of the most sought-after cycling photographers in the UK. Mark Seymour PAGE 102 Mark tells the moving story behind his series of images that document his father’s battle with Alzheimer’s. Joe McNally PAGE 130 Joe marvels at how magical images can be found in the most unpromising places – if you keep your eyes peeled. The N-Photo team on... Landscapes Paul Grogan Editor The varied Landscape Photographer of the Year winners (see page…

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lightbox

Founded 10 years ago by internationallyacclaimed landscape photographer Charlie Waite, the Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards celebrate the very best of British landscapes. Here’s our pick of this year’s winning images taken on a Nikon OVERALL winner Starling Vortex Matthew Cattell, Brighton, England During the winter months, hundreds of thousands of starlings assemble at Brighton Pier to roost for the night. The birds gather in large flocks and perform beautiful aerial displays before dropping down to the relative safety of the structure below. Standing on the pier enables the viewer to witness these so-called murmurations from within as the birds flow and cascade around you. Nikon D810, 70-200mm f/2.8, 1/10 sec, f/11, ISO200 HIGHLY COMMENDED, YOUR VIEW Giants Above David Harris, Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales I find this plant, Gunnera, almost other-worldly due to the size of its…

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top 10 photo apps

(you’ll actually use!) Nikon recently launched its SnapBridge app for iPhones and iPads, following the debut of its Android version in the spring. SnapBridge is set to become a standard feature of new Nikon cameras, blending wireless tethering (the ability to control your camera from a smartphone or tablet) with automatic image downloading. It’s early days, but the technology has bags of potential. Obviously it’s not the only smartphone app that can make a difference to your photography, though, so we thought we’d provide a round-up of this and other apps that make it easier to plan, shoot, edit and share your pictures, whether you’re at home or out and about. Photography apps aren’t all about face-swapping and adding ‘vintage’ filter effects. These are tools in the same way that Photoshop is,…

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photopills

TYPE: Location planning app BY: PhotoPills FORMAT: iOS only (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch – no AR view in the latter) PRICE: £7.99/$9.99 What the app does This all-round app aims to get you in the right place at the right time, enabling you to predict when and where the sun or the moon or the milky way will appear at your location. As well as plotting your position on a map, one of the big selling points of PhotoPills is its use of a 3D Augmented Reality (AR) overlay on your phone’s display to help you to find the optimum framing, visualise the depth of field through a scene and more. When to use it Although it can’t arrange the perfect weather for you, PhotoPills can do pretty much everything else to swing the odds of getting a cracking…

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the photographer’s ephemeris

TYPE: Location planning app BY: Crookneck Consulting FORMAT: iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch), Android PRICE: £6.99/$8.99 (iOS) £4.08/$4.99 (Android) What the app does Like PhotoPills, The Photographer’s Ephemeris (TPE) is an app that gives you the edge when planning your outdoor photography shoots. Although PhotoPills is currently our go-to app for this kind of thing, it isn’t available for Android devices. As a result, TPE remains the number one choice for people with non-Apple devices. Even so, it’s a close contest between the two apps on iOS, as there are features that each offers that the other doesn’t. For example, unlike PhotoPills, TPE includes Google Maps, which some people prefer. When to use it TPE enables you to plan your landscapes and other outdoor shots well in advance, calculating the moonrise/moonset and sunrise/sunset times and the angles of each. You…

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