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f2 Cameracraft Magazine May 2013 Vol 7 No 3 Back Issue

English 24 Reviews   •  English   •   Art & Photography (Photography) Only $4.99
Special Feature: In The Renting Game, Gavin Stoker looks at the equipment rental market and talks to new and established freelances about their experience.
The f2 Profile: Internationally respected for his food, interiors and still life work, leading London freelance Simon Brown is in demand by publications including Vanity Fair and House & Garden. He talks to David Land.
Starting Out: Matt Darlington turned down an assisting job with Rankin in order to pursue his freelance career. He speaks to f2 about taking risks, working for Dior, and the reasons he isn’t prepared to return to London just yet.
Former potato packing manager, Derby-based freelance Neal Morgan is Turning Pro. The 25 weddings he shot in 2012 helped in generating his first ten 2013 bookings before the start of January. He speaks to f2 about his expanding business.
The Business: Manchester-based freelance Brad Wakefield tells f2 what it’s like to shoot regularly for The Sun in A Good Operator. In People and Places Edinburgh-based freelance Brendan MacNeill tells f2 about the evolution of his diverse general practice and the manner in which he’s moving forward.
Technical Section:
Kevin Carter finds out if Canon has achieved its aim with EOS 1D X of melding two different format EOS 1D lines into one.
Adam Woolfitt tests high speed 35mm lenses, from Canon, Nikon and Sigma.
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May 2013 Vol 7 No 3 Special Feature: In The Renting Game, Gavin Stoker looks at the equipment rental market and talks to new and established freelances about their experience. The f2 Profile: Internationally respected for his food, interiors and still life work, leading London freelance Simon Brown is in demand by publications including Vanity Fair and House & Garden. He talks to David Land. Starting Out: Matt Darlington turned down an assisting job with Rankin in order to pursue his freelance career. He speaks to f2 about taking risks, working for Dior, and the reasons he isn’t prepared to return to London just yet. Former potato packing manager, Derby-based freelance Neal Morgan is Turning Pro. The 25 weddings he shot in 2012 helped in generating his first ten 2013 bookings before the start of January. He speaks to f2 about his expanding business. The Business: Manchester-based freelance Brad Wakefield tells f2 what it’s like to shoot regularly for The Sun in A Good Operator. In People and Places Edinburgh-based freelance Brendan MacNeill tells f2 about the evolution of his diverse general practice and the manner in which he’s moving forward. Technical Section: Kevin Carter finds out if Canon has achieved its aim with EOS 1D X of melding two different format EOS 1D lines into one. Adam Woolfitt tests high speed 35mm lenses, from Canon, Nikon and Sigma.


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Special Feature: In The Renting Game, Gavin Stoker looks at the equipment rental market and talks to new and established freelances about their experience.
The f2 Profile: Internationally respected for his food, interiors and still life work, leading London freelance Simon Brown is in demand by publications including Vanity Fair and House & Garden. He talks to David Land.
Starting Out: Matt Darlington turned down an assisting job with Rankin in order to pursue his freelance career. He speaks to f2 about taking risks, working for Dior, and the reasons he isn’t prepared to return to London just yet.
Former potato packing manager, Derby-based freelance Neal Morgan is Turning Pro. The 25 weddings he shot in 2012 helped in generating his first ten 2013 bookings before the start of January. He speaks to f2 about his expanding business.
The Business: Manchester-based freelance Brad Wakefield tells f2 what it’s like to shoot regularly for The Sun in A Good Operator. In People and Places Edinburgh-based freelance Brendan MacNeill tells f2 about the evolution of his diverse general practice and the manner in which he’s moving forward.
Technical Section:
Kevin Carter finds out if Canon has achieved its aim with EOS 1D X of melding two different format EOS 1D lines into one.
Adam Woolfitt tests high speed 35mm lenses, from Canon, Nikon and Sigma.
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