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2013/3. Autumn

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Photo: © László Suhayda

Canon EOS 5D Mark III EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM f/10 1/50 s ISO 1600
Here we are with our autumn issue, 2013/3. Another three months gone, and the newest issue of Nature Photo Magazine has arrived. This is our seventeenth issue in Hungarian and in English too. The summer has gone quickly, lots of prizes have been awarded by the expert journalists of EISA.

A taster from our current issue:

Photo: © Tamás Imre

Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM f/5.6 1/50sec ISO 100
In our adventure tour Pál Teravágimov guide you to South Africa for an adventurous and exciting trip.
In our shopping guide column we introduce the MILC that is the Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras. This is a new segment between DSLRs and compacts and almost every serious camera producer got into this competition. Let’s see how did they do.
Autumn is a nature photo season rich in colours and atmospheres. Through the pictures and text of Árpád Krivánszky and László Suhayda you can get new inspirations to capture this beautiful season returning every year.
We could test in the field Olympus cutting-edge OM-D mirrorless interchangeable lens camera which we took up to Prague. I wore it out for a week, so I could thrash it out with sufficient experience. I really like its retro look and practical design.
We would like to show a special style in our Photo School column. We give tips and inspirations for impressionist photography, a less know style in nature photography through the pictures and text of Anikó Imre and Tamás Imre.
The Portfolio now exceptionally is about the two editors of Nature Photo Magazine. Anikó Imre and Tamás Imre was honoured by the International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP) to receive the EFIAP (Excellence of Photographic Art) award. We have selected a bunch out of their pictures on this occasion.
In our Tips and Tricks column János Szekeres gives advices for the photography of big games in gane parks and game gardens. János’s article is illustrated with pictures and is practical and informative. He aimed to prove that you can take nice animal photos not just in the wilderness but in the game parks near us. We continue the
„People-Cultures-Cities” series with the second part of travel diary of Mrs Maria Csicseri Papp on her Peruvian trip. Maria’s meaty article presents not only varied lands, cities and villages but gives an insight into the life of the Peruvians.
In our Life Under the Water column Dániel Selmeczi dive photographer reports the exciting moments of a night dive both in pictures and text.
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