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#1 Marko Vasic

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Posted 18 October 2007 - 04:20 PM

Finding myself, as a newbie, with access to a large collection of AC magazines is very exciting, and overwhelming.
I don't have a favorite issue yet, as I've read only a few, but what are some of your favorites? What have been the best reads, the most interesting, the ones you learned from the most? Thanks.
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#2 Joseph Toman

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Posted 18 October 2007 - 04:55 PM

I actually learned a LOT from this months. Roger Deakin's article was like 8 pages and covered techniques he used on both No Country and Jesse James, it really was very insightful and he covered most of the shots I had queries over.
I found it amazing that the famous train shot was lit with literally a 5k par mounted on the train and then just the handheld lanterns the Jesse's crew had.

Also, the recent issues on Sunshine and Caravaggio - I feel Sunshine really is a photographers movie and as far as Caravaggio...well you always want to read what Vittorio has to write :)
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