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NPhoto - - Contents - Paul Gro­gan, Editor paul.gro­gan@fu­turenet.com

If you saw the last is­sue of N-Photo, you may have no­ticed a new face on our Meet the Team page, and grac­ing some of the other sec­tions of the mag­a­zine too. But be­cause the is­sue was so packed with fea­tures and com­pe­ti­tions cel­e­brat­ing our 50th edi­tion, I ne­glected my duty to in­tro­duce him. So with­out fur­ther ado, please bid a warm N-Photo- style welcome to Jason Par­nell-Brookes, who brings a wealth of pho­to­graphic, re­touch­ing and teach­ing ex­pe­ri­ence to the team. This is­sue he took to the skies to cap­ture some su­perb bal­loon shots (see page 56) and went be­hind the scenes of a food pho­tog­ra­phy work­shop with one lucky N-Photo reader. You can find out how they got on on page 8.

And while I’m in­tro­duc­ing peo­ple, I’m thrilled to be able to welcome leg­endary Amer­i­can photo ace Joe McNally to the N-Photo team – in the sec­ond of his ex­clu­sive monthly col­umns for us, he shares the im­por­tance of three lit­tle words, and proves just why he’s one of the most sought-af­ter pho­tog­ra­phers work­ing in the world to­day.

And speak­ing of sought-af­ter pho­tog­ra­phers, if you’re a fan of slow shut­ter-speed pho­tog­ra­phy – and who isn’t? – you won’t want to miss Tom Mackie’s in­spir­ing, sec­ond-by­sec­ond count­down of the best ex­po­sure times for dif­fer­ent sub­jects, and how to use them. It’ll have you reach­ing straight for your re­mote re­lease…

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