October Table Of Contents

October 2011

October CoverOn The Cover
Renowned photographer Steve McCurry shot our cover image of a Rabari girl on the last roll of Kodachrome film ever manufactured. We are privileged to share with you the final frames taken with this beloved film. To see more of Steve’s images, turn to page 122. Aside from Kodachrome’s last windup, we have news about the Polaroid Collection of images being saved thanks to the Impossible Project and WestLicht Museum of Photography. In addition, we have D-SLR tests on the Canon EOS 60D and the Pentax K-5, plus an extensive roundup on backdrops and a lighting test on Booth Photographic’s parabolic umbrellas.

Tools

42 Roundup
Covering The Photo Beat
by C.A. Boylan

56 Digital Innovations
Image Processing & Processing Images
by Joe Farace

70 Digital Help
Q&A For Digital Photography
by David B. Brooks

72 Test Report: The Nikon COOLPIX P500
Ultra Zoom Personified
by George Schaub

76 Test Report: The Pentax K-5
It’s A Matter Of Tradition
by Joe Farace

92 Test Report: Canon EOS 60D
The Next Generation Takes A Turn In The Road
by Joe Farace

110 Test Report: Nikon Micro Nikkor 85mm f/3.5G ED VR
Vibration Reduction In A Macro Lens
by Jack Neubart

168 Help!
Q&A For Traditional Photography
by Robert E. Mayer

Lighting

114 Test Report: Booth Photographic Parabolic Umbrellas
Everybody Needs An Umbrella, The Bigger The Better
by Joe Farace

Techniques

30 Pro’s Choice
On The “Cutting” Edge
by Jack Neubart

148 Build A 3D Photo Viewer
Print Viewer For Paired Images
by Clark Salisbury

Creativity

12 Picture This!
Monthly Photo Assignment
by The Editors

22 Talking Pictures
Guitars & Cadillacs
by Gerald Swede

24 Web Profiles
Great Photo Sites Reviewed
by Joe Farace

28 Student Union
Profiles Of The Up And Coming
by Jay McCabe

122 The Last Windup
Steve McCurry Takes The Last Roll Of Kodachrome
by Suzanne Driscoll

126 Denver Art Museum Presents Robert Adams Retrospective
Robert Adams: The Place We Live
Opens September 25, 2011

128 The International Polaroid Collection
Impossible And WestLicht Museum Of Photography Preserve A Legacy Of Images

Departments

10 Editor’s Notes
40 In Memoriam
152 Trade Shows
152 Workshops

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