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Winter Issue 4 2008 contents

Wildlife Photography

Murray O'Neill is a wildlife photographer from Canada and here's his tale of bears, behaviour and beautiful photography.


Craig Roberts takes us on a tour of gardens and explains how we can master this colourful floral subject.

All action air displays

Neil O'Connell shows us why airshows not only provide a good day out, but also opportunity for dynamic action and interesting static shots.

Focusing test

There's a lot of talk about digital SLR cameras not being quite as sharp as they should be. Myth or fact? Peter Bargh is about to find out.

Portmeirion through the lens

John Riley says you won't be disappointed if you visit Portmeirion in North Wales. He tells us all about the little village made famous in Patrick McGoohan's Prisoner series.

Pentax W60 Review

Matt Grayson checks out the new weatherproof compact to see if it's a duck out of water.

New look PU website

The Pentax User website has undergone a complete revamp to become a seamless integration with the Club's subscription system, forum, newsletter and gallery.

Camera multiple exposure trickery

Creating multiple exposure trick shots the digital way with Geoff Cook
See your images in print, and win a prize!
This issue’s sponsor is Reallusion who are offering FaceFilter 2 as the prize. FaceFilter 2 is a highly automated photo-editing tool designed for novice users looking to edit their first photos or for seasoned professional photographers needing to enhance facial characteristics or expressions in studio portraits. For beginners there’s an automated five step editing process, while more advanced users can use FaceFilter to attempt high quality facial image reconstruction and change facial expressions, facial feature orientation and filter skin tones.
Every picture printed in the Gallery wins the FaceFilter 2 program worth £30.