Australian Photography > February 2012
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: 10 tips for reliable DSLR auto-focus; Trekking in the Andes; Fine-tuning JPEG images for quality prints; Capturing images during the "magic hours"; Profile - Andrea Francolini; Locations - Yea & District, Vic; Picking the perfect camera bag; Nikon 1 V1
10 Top Auto-focus Techniques
Peter Burian offers a range of 10 tips for maximum reliability with a DSLR camera's auto-focus modes and functions.
Into The Andes
Stephanie Jackson trekked through one of the world's most iconic mountain ranges, the grand and rugged Andes in South America, but first she faced some tough photographic decisions.
The Digital Darkroom
Even if you don't shoot RAW, it pays to learn how to fine tune your JPEG iamges for the best quality prints. In this occasional series, Peter Wilson-Jones takes you through the essentials of image correction in Photoshop.
Capturing Golden Light
Every landscape shooter searches for light in the "magic hours", either early morning or when the sun is setting. But getting it requires good planning. Here Bob Simpson explains how to capture that golden light.
Andrea Francolini - On The Water
Rob Ditessa spoke to international yachting photographer Andrea Francolini about his work, and the challenges of shooting images on the ocean.
Locations - Yea & District, Vic
The quiet country town of Yea in central Victoria, alongside the Goulburn River and near the foothills of the Strathbogie Ranges, offers lots of potential for landscape photographers. Robert Keeley explored the region.
Camera Bags... And How To Pick One
Camera bags used to be a pretty simple purchase, but these days the range of options is enormous. Anthony McKee explains how to pick the right bag for your purposes.
Nikon 1 V1
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