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f2 Cameracraft Magazine October 2011 Vol 5 No 7 Back Issue

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In this month's special feature, we reveal the best web service providers.

The f2 Profile feature is graphic designer turned fashion and celebrity photographer Oly Barnsley. In Turning Pro we talk to Julian Hanford, who used his advertising background as a springboard for his professional career. This issue’s Starting Out is Birmingham based partnership David Boynton & Luke Small, who set up their business while still studying for their degree.

In The Business section we meet food photographer Howard Shooter and London-based freelance Chris Gloag talks about how to build an international reputation.

In our Technical section David Kilpatrick looks at how GPS can enhance your photos and which kit is worth the investment, while Rob Griffith of Native Digital explains how proper colour management can save you time and money.
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October 2011 Vol 5 No 7 In this month's special feature, we reveal the best web service providers. The f2 Profile feature is graphic designer turned fashion and celebrity photographer Oly Barnsley. In Turning Pro we talk to Julian Hanford, who used his advertising background as a springboard for his professional career. This issue’s Starting Out is Birmingham based partnership David Boynton & Luke Small, who set up their business while still studying for their degree. In The Business section we meet food photographer Howard Shooter and London-based freelance Chris Gloag talks about how to build an international reputation. In our Technical section David Kilpatrick looks at how GPS can enhance your photos and which kit is worth the investment, while Rob Griffith of Native Digital explains how proper colour management can save you time and money.


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f2 Cameracraft  |  October 2011 Vol 5 No 7  


In this month's special feature, we reveal the best web service providers.

The f2 Profile feature is graphic designer turned fashion and celebrity photographer Oly Barnsley. In Turning Pro we talk to Julian Hanford, who used his advertising background as a springboard for his professional career. This issue’s Starting Out is Birmingham based partnership David Boynton & Luke Small, who set up their business while still studying for their degree.

In The Business section we meet food photographer Howard Shooter and London-based freelance Chris Gloag talks about how to build an international reputation.

In our Technical section David Kilpatrick looks at how GPS can enhance your photos and which kit is worth the investment, while Rob Griffith of Native Digital explains how proper colour management can save you time and money.
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