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The problem with photography in mags is, that the camera lenses are totally useless for the job they are trying to do. Closeups need macro lenses and not magnified images oozing in pixels. The other images need a lesson in tilt and shift or the Scheimpflug principle. Not many so called pro photographers will even know what I am talking about.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheimpflug_principle. I can pick up loads of poor photography and spelling in all the printed media. It was not long ago that all the mags were composing ads for retailers with "Owen GlenDOUR" not GLENDOWER as spelled, for that loco. Many other great spelling mistakes crop up regularly. In the case of photography, I suggest the purchase of the correct equipment or if that is already obtained, the correct usage of that equipment. Lets face it there is a myriad of lenses available from good makers such as Nikon, Canon etc.
 
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