March 2008, Issue 125
March 2008 Features - 1 of 4 
  • Dispatches: Notes from the field - Supported by Canon

    • Dispatches: Notes from the Field
      In March we present four timely dispatches that span the brutal to the beautiful. Both Danfung Dennis and Alex MacNaughton look at the bloody confrontations in Kenya. Derek Flood was in Pakistan for the recent elections and Lisa O'Connor hurried and waited, hurried and waited to photograph the Oscars. more>>
  • Photo Journalism

    • Tech Tips
      I was curious about the advantage, if any, of UDMA compact flash cards (such as the SanDisk Extreme IV series) versus slower non-UDMA cards on Canon cameras other than the 1Ds Mark III, the only Canon camera to support UDMA. more>>
    • Nuts and Bolts
      Suddenly the Leica was a conspicuous consumption item. People talked about the softness of the leather covering. more >>
  • Camera Corner

    • Camera Corner: Nikon D3
      At long last: Nikon's first full-frame camera with a 36 X 23.9mm CMOS sensor that produces amazing quality images from ISO 200 to IS0 6400. more >>
  • Announcements

    • Announcing the 2008 PlatypusTM Workshops
      These workshops are acknowledged as the gold standard of Digital Video training. In 9 days, we teach high definition digital shooting and editing, with an emphasis on story telling. It is unique in the industry. more >>
  • Assignment Sheet

    • A Reporter’s Life:
      Friend or Foe

      There is a theory I have. A “human-side-of-the-news-business” theory. About the exchanges we have with the people we cover. And what, more deeply, that implies about who they are, and, ultimately, how they do their jobs. more>>
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