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NPhoto - - FROM THE EDITOR - Adam War­ing, Edi­tor adam.war­ing@fu­turenet.com

It’s an ex­pen­sive busi­ness, this pho­tog­ra­phy lark. Once you’ve been bit­ten by the bug, then the temp­ta­tion of more ad­vanced Nikon bod­ies and ever-more-ex­otic glass will soon quickly dis­pose of your dis­pos­able in­come. So why not make your hobby fund it­self? We’ve en­listed the help of pro pho­tog­ra­pher Chris Rut­ter, who knows a thing or two about mak­ing pho­tog­ra­phy pay, to ad­vise on the best ways to make cash with your Nikon, from shoot­ing wed­dings, por­traits or prod­ucts, to sell­ing your im­ages to stock li­braries, pub­li­ca­tions or as prints, or even run­ning work­shops.

Else­where this is­sue our Ap­pren­tice heads to Switzer­land for a moun­tain mas­ter­class, we check out full-size yet light­weight car­bon fi­bre tripods to keep your cam­era rock-steady, and play with Nikon’s frankly in­sane 125x 24-3000mm mega­zoom…

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