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Photographer dated 15 March 2014

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Martin Evening explains how to make upright adjustments
using Camera Raw and Lightroom






After teasing the camera world at this year’s CES, Nikon has
announced the successor to its groundbreaking flagship model, the D4. Jon Devo
gets his hands on the Nikon D4S

After a year spent expanding the X series with enthusiast
models, Fujifilm has returned to the premium arena by launching the X-T1.
Michael Topham asks, is it the best X-series model to date?








Ian Burley looks at a 20-year-old Leica M-mount wideangle
lens. Just how well did this lens, which was designed for film, work on a
full-frame digital compact system camera?

Pete Muller discusses the virtues of photojournalism and his
document of Oklahoma’s annual automatic machine-gun expo. He talks to Oliver
Atwell













This week’s news:












































































  • Photographers sue Nikon over D600, pledges free shutter
    replacements;
  • Special-edition Leica marks 100 years
  • UK student wins Sony
    honours
  • Canon considers cull of comact cameras
  • Talbot archive saved for the
    nation





     


















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