Check out the DP Summer ’09 Issue!

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The brand new Summer ’09 issue of Digital Photographer includes profiles on renown nature photographer William Neill (whose photo is on our beautiful cover) and globe-trotting surf-photographer Mark Dimalanta, who is also a “Pentaxian” shooter. The issue also features comprehensive reviews of the awesome full-frame Canon 5D Mark II D-SLR, the Nikon D5000 D-SLR and the Olympus E-620 D-SLR with art filters. On the point-and-shoot side, we tested the Canon SX10 IS “megazoom” and the Nikon P6000 “prosumer” digicam. We also reviewed the Canon VIXIA HF S100 High Definition camcorder and compiled an overview of the latest flash-based camcorders, like the Flip, with tips on how to upload your videos the the Web. Also, look out for our story on “Extreme” cameras that photograph underwater and our software reviews, roundups of brand new products to the market and our ever popular “Inside the Image” column, in which Editor Lynne Eodice takes a look at DP reader Kim Corona‘s breathtaking shot of Yosemite. Happy reading! Feel free to let us know what you want to see more of in DP in the comments section below or on Twitter at twitter.com/digiphotomag.

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2 Responses to “Check out the DP Summer ’09 Issue!”

  1. [...] keeping with our summer “travel” theme (yes, summer is still upon us, albeit hanging on by a thread), we’d like to point you to the [...]

  2. David Bishop says:

    I just finished reading the article “HDR Is The Question” in your March/April 2010 issue. I was surprised that the author and photographer, Rick Sammon, photographed the Mitten Buttes in Monument Valley and yet mentioned in his article that they are in Utah. Not so!

    The photography in the article was great, but someone needs to tell Mr. Sammon that while Monument Valley stretches across Arizona and Utah, the more well known buttes are located in Arizona, including The Mittens, Merrick Butte, Totem Pole, and Three Sisters. A simple view of the maps of Monument Valley on the internet will verify this fact.

    If he is going to go somewhere to take photographs for an article, he should at least know where he was when he took them.

    Thanks for a great and informative magazine.

    David Bishop
    Gilbert, AZ

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