Here you will find the four edition we published in 2019. This was our ninth year of publication. In 2019, our format changed from a conventional magazine to one designed horizontally. All the pages are black and the text is white. Included was work from Tony Aldrige, Dennis Keim, SirsDarkStar, St. Merrique, and Ben Ernst. A new feature was added – The Way back – in which Falcon explored the use of vintage lenses, how to purchase a vintage camera, and post processing.

  • NyghtVision Volume 9 #4 was published in November 2019. Featured in this edition is the work of Ella Rose, Cheri Summers, Patrick Stack, and Rasmus Stelling. Product reviews include, H&Y Circular Neutral Density Filters, PortraitPro version 19. The Way Back looks at the Mamiya RB67 medium format film camera. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, and Falcon. Lighting the Un-lightable. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Photographers
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  • NyghtVision Volume 9 #3 was published in August 2019. Featured in this edition is the work of SirsDarkStar (USA), Gazelle Powers, Dennis Keim, Sandy Ramirez, Katarzyna Wieczorek (Poland). Several new features appear in this edition, including one on how to purchase a vintage lens. The Pentax 6x7 100 MM macro lens was featured and Anonym was the featured model. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, and Falcon. Lighting the Un-lightable. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Photographers
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  • NyghtVision Volume 9 #2 was published in May 2019. Featured in this edition is the work of SirsDarkStar (USA), Gregory Brown, John Tisbury (England), Dennis Keim, Spyro Zarifopoulos, Paolo Lazzarotti (Italy). Several new features appear in this edition, including one on how to purchase neutral density filters. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, and Falcon. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at working with Neutral Density Filters. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well. Product reviews included Qimage and PortraitPro.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Photographers
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    NyghtVision Volume 9 #1 was published in January 2019. Featured in this edition is the work of Aziza (Ethiopia), Ben Ernst (Netherlands), St Merrique and Lexi were featured models. Several new features appear in this edition, including one on how to purchase vintage lenses. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, and Falcon. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at working with ambient light when working with a new camera. Poetically Man Dwells returns as well. This edition features a new format.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Photographers
  • In the world of film, Exif information didn't exist, so, most photographers kept track of their work using a small pad of some kind. Well, this journal is designed to offer the same functionality without the paper. We have optimized it for virtually all digital devices and as long as you have access to a keypad of some kind - on screen or otherwise - you can fill in all the information you need. Works with both digital photography and film.
  • If you are new to photography, or even a seasoned veteran, you will find this journal very helpful. If you work with film, it will be indispensable. You will be able to track ISO, shutter speed, and aperture, location, GPS, as well as information about film and film speed, if you need to.
  • This is a very special series. It speaks to who we are and to the roots of our passion. Prior to becoming professional photographers, JD Milazzo and I often wandered the nyght in search of places time had forgotten. In 2018, we returned to our roots, to our search for forgotten places. Each image in this series is a moment in the story that is The House of NyghtFalcon. Most of these images were created using vintage Pentax 6x7 lenses on a Pentax 645Z digital camera, while others were created using a vintage Pentax 6x7 film camera. These lenses bring a distinctive view of the world that deeply resonates with places abandoned and forgotten. When coupled with a specially crafted finish that is reminiscent of the late 19th Century, these images are ethereal, mystical, mysterious. These images were created in forgotten places such as Gold Hill, Reed, Damascus, Jefferson, and the Oregon desert, in all those places which live now only in the past, sometimes on a misty morning, near sunset, after a driving rain, or at the edge of the coming of nyght. There are some 200 images in this series. Only a few, representative, images are included in this booklet.

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