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  • This edition was published in the Wynter of 2015. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, Rayn, and Falcon. There was a product reviews of a new Think Tank bag, Samsung's NX30, and DxO's Optics Pro 10. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting in architectural photography. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well. Jim Whiting and Falcon continue their discussion about the bio-chemical aspects of human emotion in Behind the Scenes. There is also a technical article by JD Milazzo on the problems caused by cramming megapixels into small sensors.
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  • This edition was published in the Summer of 2014. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, Rayn, Jim Hoyle and Falcon. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting in architectural photography. Poetically Man Dwells returned as well. Francois DeWynter and Falcon discuss Falcon's book "The Moon Is a Jealous Mistress," in Behind the Scenes. There is also a technical article by Falcon on using Photoshop.
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  • This edition was published in the November of 2016. The featured model was Lynn Winters. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, and Falcon. There was a product reviews of a new Think Tank bag. Akira is featured in Lighting the Un-lightable. For the first time we announced our Products of the Year. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well. Jim Whiting and Falcon continue their discussion about photography in Behind the Scenes. There is also a technical article on color reproduction in the NEC PA322UHB-BK-2.
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  • This edition was published in the Spring of 2015. Anna Rackley was the featured model. All our regular series return. There were two Lighting the Un-lightable features, as well as an essay by Jim Hoyle on printing and a photo essay by Haley Rayner.
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    This edition was published in the Wynter of 2016. The featured model was Nikki Halls. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, Jim Whiting, and Falcon. Product reviews of Alien Skin's Exposure X, Macphun's Aurora HDR, and a new Think Tank bag. Nikki Halls is also featured in Lighting the Un-lightable. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well. Seamus Whyte and Falcon continue their discussion of the state of the photography industry.
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  • Rated 3.00 out of 5
    This edition was published in the Autumn of 2015. Nikki Halls was the featured model. All our regular series return.
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  • Published in the Fall of 2012, this issue of NyghtVision was our annual gear issue for that year. This edition focued exclusively on new products. Among these were: DxO Labs Optics Pro version 8, and Viewpoint, onOne's version 7, Queensbury's on-line order system, Mindshift's 180 Degree Rotation, Think Tank's City Walk bag and Airport Manager, JetMaster from Innova, color management by X-Rite, and Wacom's Cintiq 24HD.
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  • This edition was published in the Autumn of 2015. It included "Lighting the Un-lightable," "Poetically Man Dwells," photo essays by Falcon, Jim Hoyle, Andy Walcott, and Lew Brown, plus product reviews.
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  • This edition was published in the Summer of 2015. It featured articles by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, and Falcon. The model was Melissa Love. Katie was featured in Lighting the Un-lightable. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “Silently Still.” There was a  review of Think Tank's Trifecta. Jim Hoyle’s work was featured in an essay on printing. Francois DeWynter interviewed Falcon about image quality and the cost of photography.
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  • This edition was published in the winter of 2014. It featured photo essays by Lew Brown, JD, Falcon, and Andy Walcott. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting for fashion. Locations include Old Buffalo Trail, Wells-Fargo, Utah, Reims, France, and Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “Wynter Chronicles.” There was a review of Photodex Proshow Producer version 6. Francois DeWynter interviewed Falcon about life on the road - in this case a trip to Bryce Canon that led Falcon and JD Milazzo to Wells-Fargo and Silver Spring - two places well off the grid.
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  • This edition was published in the winter of 2014. It featured photo essays by Lew Brown, Andrea Fabian, Sandy Ramirez, Falcon, and Andy Walcott. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at architectural lighting. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “Wynter Tide.” There was a review of Lytro Illum, Canon's C300 and C500 cinema cameras, DxO's ClearView, and the Think Tank Airport Security 2 bag. Seamus Whyte interviewed Falcon about the value of branding and the firm's consultative services.

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  • Published in the Summer of 2012, this issue marked the official debut of Lighting the Un-lightable. Gene Rurka wrote about his experiences in Africa. Andy Walcott and Lew Brown both offered photo essays. There were photo essays about Honduras and Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, GA. Part one of the Paris Chronicles debuted as well. Falcon's eulogy for Jack Bollini called "Let Me Tell You a Story" appeared as well. There was a tutorial on how to photograph fireworks. Chimera's Octo Beauty dish and Sirui's tripod were reviewed. Ananya was the featured model. "The Beauty of Sadness," an essay by Falcon, explored the depth of emotion in still imaging.
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