October Issue 2010
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FEATURES:

Spotlight on Nature: Animal Scenics
Shooting wildlife doesn’t have to be close-ups, sometimes your subject is all about its landscape.** By: Ian Plant**

Life as a Rock and Roll Photographer
Jeremy Harris makes a living capturing all the energy of live music, both on and off the stage.** By: Debbie Grossman**

Future Tech: A look at Next Gen Cameras
Edible cameras. Focus that changes after you shoot. What’s really in store for photo technology? By: Robin Rowe

NEXT:

We want this: LX5
Panasonic’s new high-performance compact is a worthy follow-up to the LX3.

New Gear: Nikon D3100 DSLR
Serious upgrades in the still and video department make this a serious entry-level contender.

Lightstopper: Hoya’s Pro1 Digital ND16 filter
For those times when there’s just too much light.

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Share: Monthly Photo Challenge
Use a compact for a great nature photo and you could win this month’s photo challenge.

I Photographer: Shooting the Big Leagues
Ron Vesely is the Chicago White Sox’s team photographer. By: Kathleen Davis

My Project: Water Works
Wilson Baker documents local fishing industry and tradition. By: Lori Fredrickson

HOW:

Creative Thinking: Thinking Like a Photographic Minimalist
Learn how to find your inner-photographic-Zen. By: Laurence Chen

Tips and Tricks: for Better Flower Photographs
Learn how to take exciting non-cliché flower photos. By Peter Kolonia

Essentials: Why Sensor Size Changes the Angle of View
Understanding the crop factor. By Dan Richards

Traveling Photographer: Shooting the Great Butterfly Migration
Making the most of a couple million monarchs. By Jeff Wignal

Lighting: Photograph Your Own Eye
Create a startling close-up with a ring flash. By Peter Kolonia

Software Workshop: Easier HDR
Use Photoshop CS5’s new tools for a bigger range of tones, no plug-ins required. By Debbie Grossman

You Can Do It: Leaf Show
Learn how to find a new angle for fall foliage. By Peter Kolina

LAB:

Hands on: Canon EOS 60D DSLR
Spend some quality time with Canon’s new HD-video-shooting prosumer camera. By: Philip Ryan

Camera Test: Sony Alpha 390
The more grippable successor to the A380 is a lot like, well, the A380. By: Philip Ryan

Tested: Canon 15-85 f/3.2-5.6
Canon’s widest digital-only IS zoom is a real blur buster. By: Julia Silber

Tested: Pentax 50-200mm f/4.5-5.6 DA WR
Meet the first weather-resistant kit telezoom. By: Julia Silber

Galleries:

Pop Photo’s monthly Showcase Gallery
Each month, check out the very best image shot by our staff.

Your Best Shot Gallery
The place to see each month’s winners.

Backstory: Tele Photo
Mel Stoutsenberger shoots a famous telescope. By: Lori Fredrickson

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