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f2 Cameracraft Magazine December 2011 Vol 5 No 9 Back Issue

English 24 Reviews   •  English   •   Art & Photography (Photography) Only $4.99
In this month's special feature, Make Print on Demand Work Harder for You: F2's Gavin Stoker gets the lowdown. In The F2 Profile, David Land talks to star portraitist Barry Marsden who has more than 70 portraits in the National Portrait Gallery Collection.

In Turning Pro: London based freelance Andy Smith left school at 16 to become a golf pro - he talks about his journey to professional freelancing. In Starting Out: University of Wales graduate Ryan Goodman. In The Business section: Mike Parks of TWD Accountants provides tips on book keeping. We also talk to architectural phographer Richard Southall and Kent based wedding and social photographer Dominic Whiten. Also in The Business section, David Kilpatrick offers tips on starting out as a stock photographer.

In our Technical section: Richard Kilpatrick reviews the Eizo ColorEdge CG245W, the first monitor in the graphics industry with a built in calibration sensor and self-calibrating capability. David Kilpatrick compares the Sony Alpha 77, Canon EOS 7D and Nikon D300S.
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December 2011 Vol 5 No 9 In this month's special feature, Make Print on Demand Work Harder for You: F2's Gavin Stoker gets the lowdown. In The F2 Profile, David Land talks to star portraitist Barry Marsden who has more than 70 portraits in the National Portrait Gallery Collection. In Turning Pro: London based freelance Andy Smith left school at 16 to become a golf pro - he talks about his journey to professional freelancing. In Starting Out: University of Wales graduate Ryan Goodman. In The Business section: Mike Parks of TWD Accountants provides tips on book keeping. We also talk to architectural phographer Richard Southall and Kent based wedding and social photographer Dominic Whiten. Also in The Business section, David Kilpatrick offers tips on starting out as a stock photographer. In our Technical section: Richard Kilpatrick reviews the Eizo ColorEdge CG245W, the first monitor in the graphics industry with a built in calibration sensor and self-calibrating capability. David Kilpatrick compares the Sony Alpha 77, Canon EOS 7D and Nikon D300S.


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f2 Cameracraft  |  December 2011 Vol 5 No 9  


In this month's special feature, Make Print on Demand Work Harder for You: F2's Gavin Stoker gets the lowdown. In The F2 Profile, David Land talks to star portraitist Barry Marsden who has more than 70 portraits in the National Portrait Gallery Collection.

In Turning Pro: London based freelance Andy Smith left school at 16 to become a golf pro - he talks about his journey to professional freelancing. In Starting Out: University of Wales graduate Ryan Goodman. In The Business section: Mike Parks of TWD Accountants provides tips on book keeping. We also talk to architectural phographer Richard Southall and Kent based wedding and social photographer Dominic Whiten. Also in The Business section, David Kilpatrick offers tips on starting out as a stock photographer.

In our Technical section: Richard Kilpatrick reviews the Eizo ColorEdge CG245W, the first monitor in the graphics industry with a built in calibration sensor and self-calibrating capability. David Kilpatrick compares the Sony Alpha 77, Canon EOS 7D and Nikon D300S.
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