VOLUME XXXVII ISSUE 12 DECEMBER 2017
62 eye on History,
Culture and technology
We asked Quentin Nardi, Smithsonian’s
chief photo editor, how she finds and assigns
photographers around the world to cover the
magazine’s wide-ranging subject matter.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES
Gear & teCHniques
66 How i Got that shot:
Capturing a Character in a
For an international, multiplatform campaign,
Simon Harsent creates character studies
designed to draw viewers into the scene.
INTERVIE W BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES
68 Product reviews
We go hands-on with Leica’s TL2, Kodak’s PixPro
Orbit360 4K and Canon’s 6D Mark II.
BY GREG SCOBLETE
72 Frames Per second:
tips for Better Video storytelling
To teach photographers how to shoot better video,
Bob Sacha says forget B-roll and think about
viewers’ attention spans. BY HOLLY S TUART HUGHES
74 store More: Portable and
Desktop storage solutions
Manage those multiplying megabytes with
these portable and desktop storage solutions.
BY GREG SCOBLETE
82 California of the Mind
A new book collects two decades of John Chiara’s
unique, large-scale images of the California
landscape, which explore how photography
influences memory. BY CONOR RISCH
84 observable universe
In a new book, Mike Slack searches for the
underlying connections between the human
and natural worlds. BY CONOR RISCH
4 Letter from the editor
8 Letter from the Publisher
22 our Picks
87 reader Comments/
88 end Frame:
tiPs FroM a Juror
Photo editor Chelsea Matiash
on evaluating applications
for the Getty Grant.
JoHn CHiara’s Giant
look at the photographer
Some of the best books
we’ve highlighted this year.
ne Ws & HiGHLiGHts
product news, buzz from
the show floor.
This Month on
5 tHinGs You sHouLD
not Do YourseLF
When to call in an expert.
a BoVe: From his new book Duane Michals: Portraits, a photograph of the original cast of Saturday Night Live, circa 1976.
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