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Oct 2004
Issue 053

Out now!

Veni, Vidi, Snapped it!

FEATURE: You travel. You swear you are going to get the photos right this time. You learn the difference between the f-stop and the ASA. You frame the pictures with care and artistry. You get the film back from the developers and you have a handful of blurs that could be the work of a chimp. Where did you go wrong? A bit of good advice is needed. This month KS talks to some of the people who know how to get their photographs right and we tell you about a book that could convert your snaps to art.

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:: CINEMA LISTINGS

Up to date cinema listings guide so you always know what's on, where and when!

:: EVENT LISTINGS

Festivals, performances, shows, gallery openings...your guide to what's coming up in the next few weeks.

:: FEATURE

Veni, Vidi, Snapped it!
Get the most from your travel snaps.

:: TRAVEL

Luang Prabang, Laos
The new Chiang Mai?

:: STYLE

Faux Soldier
Camouflage in fashion.

:: TECH

Bite the Apple
The new Apple Store Shinsaibashi
.

:: READ

October book reviews. The latest thrillers from Sidney Sheldon and John Grisham.

:: FOOD

Red Rubber Ball Cafe, Kyoto
With added bounce.

:: DRINK

Z Bar
A new American joint in Amerikamura.

:: NEWS

Domestic and international news

:: ART

Best of monthly exhibition reviews + listings

:: LIVE

Joao Gilberto, Maroon 5 & more incoming live acts...

:: CLUB

Steve Bug @United Underground and a round up of the rest + club listings.

:: FILM

Secret Window, Monster and many more reel reviews...

:: SNAPSHOT

Playing to a Different Tune
Aaron Peterson performing for Ishinha.

:: PROFILE

Frank Riva
The Man behind Carpe Diem.