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Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images

jrp

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Tue 18-Jan-11 02:21 AM | edited Tue 18-Jan-11 02:55 AM by jrp

The incoming NikoniansPress/RockyNook new book .....

Mastering your Nikon D7000
by Nikonian Darrell Young

is almost complete and we do have now a pressing deadline for printing.

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It is time to make a call for images made with a D7000, to be used as chapter separators, enhancing the book with your own images illustrating what this new machine can do.

We need vertical compositions

Get published!

You may please post below your image:

  • Direct upoloading (by choosing your image as attachment)
  • Longest (highest) side should be 1,200 pixels
  • Or
  • Post your image from your gallery, that is, post here just by copying the content of the window "For forum post:" at the galleries page where you have uploaded your image, and pasting that content inside the text of your post here


Deadline for submission here: February 10, 2011

Those selected by the editors will be immediately contacted so you can provide us with a 1800 pixels tall by 1200 pixels wide images at the email address we will then give you.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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hazemhaddad

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#1. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

hazemhaddad Registered since 04th Jan 2011
Tue 18-Jan-11 06:57 AM

sounds interesting book... i'd love to give my images a try to participate. gallery on this link:

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/6795167/1/Mastering7000?h=796bfe




Gamecocks

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Gamecocks Registered since 22nd Jul 2010
Tue 18-Jan-11 10:20 AM | edited Tue 18-Jan-11 10:23 AM by Gamecocks

Please consider these views.

Thanks,

John

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#3. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 2

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Tue 18-Jan-11 11:00 AM

I'll be uploading this one, at least... What a fun opportunity!

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luckyphoto Silver Member Nikonian since 27th Dec 2010
Tue 18-Jan-11 02:29 PM

Not sure if you want any black and white images, but here's one I'd like to submit.

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grosda

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#5. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

grosda Registered since 18th May 2006
Tue 18-Jan-11 04:52 PM

Here is a sports image:

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mikeon

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#6. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

mikeon Registered since 01st Oct 2004
Tue 18-Jan-11 08:23 PM | edited Wed 19-Jan-11 07:22 PM by mikeon

Here is some photos from Sweden with the D7000:

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N.B. The horizontal shots may be cropped to vertical with required resolution.


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jadiniz

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#7. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 6

jadiniz Registered since 25th Dec 2010
Tue 18-Jan-11 08:40 PM | edited Tue 18-Jan-11 08:43 PM by jadiniz

Here are two handheld HDRs:


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And a plain vertical:


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(not that they're any good, but I kinda like'em...)

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pdekman

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#8. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

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Tue 18-Jan-11 10:32 PM | edited Wed 19-Jan-11 12:45 AM by pdekman

I've been having a great time with my D7000. Here's a set for consideration.

Paul



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eric k

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#9. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

eric k Registered since 31st May 2007
Tue 18-Jan-11 10:38 PM

Here's some recent bird pics. the Yellow-throated & Palm warbler pics are cropped.. to come up with a full 1800 pixel will require that I include more of the original photo....

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rbsandor

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#10. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

rbsandor Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Aug 2007
Wed 19-Jan-11 12:17 AM

JRP: here's one for your consideration. Richard

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JBOD

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JBOD Registered since 18th Jan 2011
Wed 19-Jan-11 02:48 AM

I wanted to add a photo but I am a new user and dont see where to add an attachment.

ConnorH

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#12. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

ConnorH Registered since 04th Dec 2010
Wed 19-Jan-11 09:35 AM

As others have said, thanks for the opportunity.

The following photo is something different, and I think might make for an interesting chapter divider. It shows off the range and sharpness of the D7000, IMHO. It's had a little contrast enhancement, and can be recropped if the dimensions aren't quite what you need.

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Gamecocks

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#13. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 11

Gamecocks Registered since 22nd Jul 2010
Wed 19-Jan-11 10:01 AM

Below the reply box there is a section "Click here to choose your attachments". Go to your pictures and select the one your want to use. You may be able to do this my going to "edit" on your original post. If you have pictures in your gallery, follow the OP instructions. Hope this helps.

John

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mudman2

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#14. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 12

mudman2 Silver Member Nikonian since 14th May 2009
Wed 19-Jan-11 01:53 PM

Not great but its one of my dogs

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ricphoto

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ricphoto Registered since 29th Aug 2006
Wed 19-Jan-11 04:22 PM

I notice that there's no mention of compensation for the photographs submitted...

Are Photographers expected to "donate" images for inclusion in this book that will be sold at a profit?

Is the writer also working for free?

The designer?

The Printer?

If not and they are getting fair compensation for their work this begs the question of why Nikonians would place so little/no value on the work of their members in relation to all of the other trades involved in producing this book.

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jadiniz

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#16. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 15

jadiniz Registered since 25th Dec 2010
Wed 19-Jan-11 04:39 PM | edited Wed 19-Jan-11 04:42 PM by jadiniz

>I notice that there's no mention of compensation for the
>photographs submitted...
>
>Are Photographers expected to "donate" images for
>inclusion in this book that will be sold at a profit?
>
>Is the writer also working for free?
>
>The designer?
>
>The Printer?
>
>If not and they are getting fair compensation for their work
>this begs the question of why Nikonians would place so
>little/no value on the work of their members in relation to
>all of the other trades involved in producing this book.
>
>...Ric


I would most definetely expect a courtesy copy of the book, if one of my pictures went in it (slim chance, I know...)

But this is a very good point. To people like me, pure enthusiasts, the mere thought of being published is important. But this very same enthusiasm may be putting down the efforts of professional photographers, as "accidental" competition. Out of respect for anybody who photographs for a living, we really should give this some thought.

Nevertheless, I'll be inclined to believe that this issue wasn't mentioned on the original post just not to shift this into a commercial proposition being made on the forum, which would probably be against Nikonians rules.

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Gamecocks

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Gamecocks Registered since 22nd Jul 2010
Wed 19-Jan-11 07:21 PM

I believe the intent of the OP was to give all Nikonians the opportunity to share some of their pictures in hopes that it might be used. If the "pros" have a problem with not being paid, in any form, then I believe they should go about their normal routine and not submit any picture. The camera is for all levels of expertise and I believe this was an excellent chance to show what a "non-pro" could do. I certainly respect a professional and believe he/she should be paid for their efforts once a contract has been made. Imo, this was not a contract but a gesture that would allow an "enthusiast" a chance to have his/her work displayed. I've seen some non-pro work that was superior than some pro work; and I doubt if many of the non-pros would issue such a statement. Participate or don't - it's your choice.

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wwt67

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#18. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 17

wwt67 Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2010
Wed 19-Jan-11 09:04 PM | edited Wed 19-Jan-11 09:05 PM by wwt67

>I believe the intent of the OP was to give all Nikonians the
>opportunity to share some of their pictures in hopes that it
>might be used. If the "pros" have a problem with
>not being paid, in any form, then I believe they should go
>about their normal routine and not submit any picture. The
>camera is for all levels of expertise and I believe this was
>an excellent chance to show what a "non-pro" could
>do. I certainly respect a professional and believe he/she
>should be paid for their efforts once a contract has been
>made. Imo, this was not a contract but a gesture that would
>allow an "enthusiast" a chance to have his/her work
>displayed. I've seen some non-pro work that was superior than
>some pro work; and I doubt if many of the non-pros would issue
>such a statement. Participate or don't - it's your
>choice.
>
>Regards,
>
>John


I agree, John. Being a "enthusiast", I never thought about getting paid for this, just excited that maybe my picture would be published. Although a free copy of the book given to "the chosen" would be a great gesture, but not expected.

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Wed 19-Jan-11 10:50 PM

Hi, Here's a couple. Thanks. Betty

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jgamble Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd May 2007
Thu 20-Jan-11 12:56 AM

Willet on the wing.

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Red-shouldered Hawk

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gregor1 Registered since 19th Feb 2009
Fri 21-Jan-11 02:32 AM

You need vertical? You got vertical!

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B LaRue Registered since 04th Nov 2010
Fri 21-Jan-11 07:57 PM

Taken recently on my back yard fence. D7000, 5.6, 160, Nikon 80-400VR

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about2 Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2007
Sat 22-Jan-11 09:53 PM | edited Sat 22-Jan-11 11:37 PM by about2

Another couple.

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about2 Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2007
Sat 22-Jan-11 09:58 PM | edited Sat 22-Jan-11 10:41 PM by about2

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AlbanyDave Registered since 29th Nov 2010
Sun 23-Jan-11 12:38 AM

Hello,

Thank you for your invitation for review.
My Nikonian gallery is here: https://images.nikonians.org/galleries/showgallery.php?cat=17808

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Sun 23-Jan-11 09:47 PM

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wwt67 Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2010
Sun 23-Jan-11 10:45 PM

I would like submit all photos in the following album link.

Thanks,
Wayne

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PROWLER69 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006
Mon 24-Jan-11 12:12 AM

Vietnam War Memorial #2, Suffolk County, New York.

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wahfreak Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Jan 2011
Mon 24-Jan-11 12:28 AM | edited Mon 24-Jan-11 10:15 PM by wahfreak

Never hurts to try....


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PROWLER69

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PROWLER69 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006
Mon 24-Jan-11 01:26 AM

One of my images was chosen for inclusion in the D-90 book. I did receive a complementary copy of the book hot off the press. Personally I thought it was very honorable that the author invited the Nikonians members to have a shot at including one of their images in the book.
Eddie

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#34. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 32

waxart Registered since 16th Jan 2008
Mon 24-Jan-11 02:15 PM | edited Mon 24-Jan-11 02:23 PM by waxart

If you take the point of view of the publisher wanting images to illustrate a book on how to use a D7000, I should have thought that many of these superb images are way beyond the technical expertise of most new D7000 users, especially the bird pictures (which probably require long and expensive lenses). I recently wrote a book on art, lavishly illustrated with my own paintings, and was given the instruction to "make them reader accessible". Also, when the publisher asked for vertical images, it was pointless giving him horizontals and expecting them to be cropped into verticals later! In fact, as much of my work is horizontal, I found it frustrating to have to leave art in that format out of the book.

As for 'giving away' your photographs, think of all the free publicity you're getting. I invited 9 artists to submit images of their work to my book; as a result several received offers of shows or made sales. Usually it costs money to advertise your work.

There's also an issue of copyright to be considered here: some of these shots will require model or property releases. It will be up to the photographer to acquire these permissions.

Just my 2 cents worth. I'm happy to be corrected

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JazzDoc Gold Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 11th Mar 2006
Mon 24-Jan-11 03:40 PM

Three street-shots taken during a night-time walk in Chicago. My wife and I did these together--our first field-test for the camera.


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#36. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 35

jadiniz Registered since 25th Dec 2010
Mon 24-Jan-11 04:10 PM

Here goes another suggestion: a back-lit, pop-up filled portrait of my oldest son. Vertical Some may recognize it from another thread.



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captainkev

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#37. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

captainkev Registered since 24th Jan 2011
Mon 24-Jan-11 06:37 PM

Will this be available as an Ibook ?

B LaRue

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#38. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 37

B LaRue Registered since 04th Nov 2010
Mon 24-Jan-11 09:06 PM | edited Mon 24-Jan-11 09:18 PM by B LaRue

Tufted Titmouse, taken yesterday on a gray day.

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#39. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 38

linksix Registered since 12th Jan 2011
Mon 24-Jan-11 10:54 PM

No offence, but a rather mundane video, but I was blown away with the quality - absolutely fantastic - have a goe with using a prime lens though, youll be impressed with the quality, even if it is a MF version, remember the resolution of film is far superior to the digital equivalents - just try blowing up an ISO 100 film up to A1 size vs a digital equivalent, though under 'normal' viewing distances you are unlikely to see major differences, have a close look at a blown up section (the joys of 'abusing' the facilities at college).
If you want quality prints and don't mind a bit of a wait have a look at whitewall.com

jrp

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#40. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 37

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After publication in print form, it should be available online for tablet reading, just as other of our Nikonians Press titles are already available in Kindle format

Have a great time :-)
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Ramesses Registered since 29th Mar 2007
Wed 26-Jan-11 07:20 PM | edited Wed 26-Jan-11 10:37 PM by Ramesses

Hi JRP:

Here is my contribution. I got the camera yesterday – first day out.

http://www.hektorsphotos.com/Test-Photos/D7000-18-105/DSC0054-2/1168775819_Mc6wv-XL.jpg

Wayfarers Chapel, Rancho Palos Verdes, California
D7000 w/ Nikon 18-105 VR
ISO: 100
f/3.8
22mm (33mm in 35mm-format)
1/250
Flash did not fire


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Wayfarers Chapel, Rancho Palos Verdes, California
D7000 w/ Nikon 18-105 VR
ISO: 200
f/3.5
18mm (27mm in 35mm format)
1/640
Flash did not fire

http://www.hektorsphotos.com/Test-Photos/D7000-18-105/Wayfarers-D7000-5/1168929556_2JNnQ-XL.jpg

Wayfarers Chapel, Rancho Palos Verdes, California
D7000 w/ Nikon 18-105 VR
ISO: 200
f/3.5
18mm (27mm in 35mm format)
1/500
Flash did not fire

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claywag Gold Member Nikonian since 15th May 2009
Thu 27-Jan-11 01:07 AM

Thank you for your consideration

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mcpianoca Registered since 05th Jan 2011
Thu 27-Jan-11 02:38 AM

Here's my contribution. HDR taken with D700 and 18-200 VR lens at F:16


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hamjam Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Oct 2008
Thu 27-Jan-11 06:58 PM

Here's a recent image taken in Yosemite NP.

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DeanAZ Gold Member Expert nature photographer Nikonian since 28th Apr 2007
Thu 27-Jan-11 08:40 PM

I'll throw my hat in the ring...

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kuzzy Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Dec 2005
Thu 27-Jan-11 09:32 PM

Here is one for your consideration. Whats left of a rose after several rather hefty snow storms as you can see by the almost white background. Thanks for the opportunity.


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fredriklk Registered since 20th Jan 2011
Fri 28-Jan-11 03:41 PM

i am new to fotography. just got the d7000, to take pics of our newborn baby. This is one of the better once i think.

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Holmes375 Registered since 08th Sep 2006
Sat 29-Jan-11 05:31 AM

There are certainly some impressive images in this thread - congratulations to all the D7000 pilots!

Here's a few of my dog pics for consideration:

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#51. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 50

jrp Administrator JRP is one of the co-founders, has in-depth knowledge in various areas. Awarded for his contributions for the Resources Charter Member
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You are all terribly dangerous!
I think I need to buy a D7000 NOW!

Have a great time :-)
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#52. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 51

Holmes375 Registered since 08th Sep 2006
Sat 29-Jan-11 05:55 AM

>You are all terribly dangerous!
>I think I need to buy a D7000 NOW!

Well, as a popular American humourist is fond of saying, "Git 'er done!"

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#53. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

johneasterly Registered since 03rd Jul 2008
Sat 29-Jan-11 09:05 AM

Well, here are a couple

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wahfreak Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Jan 2011
Sat 29-Jan-11 06:53 PM

Here are a few more that might be of interest...maybe not!

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DinoCardelli Registered since 19th Oct 2010
Sat 29-Jan-11 10:22 PM

Here are a couple from Florida....50mm Sigma f1.4 Nikon DK

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mrginhop Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Mar 2009
Sun 30-Jan-11 02:11 AM

Verticals as requested. There's more from where these came from. Thanks for the opportunity.

Mike

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mrginhop Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Mar 2009
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Some snowgeese from Basque del Apache

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#59. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 45

mcpianoca Registered since 05th Jan 2011
Mon 31-Jan-11 05:04 PM

>Here's my contribution. HDR taken with D700 and 18-200 VR
>lens at F:16 I had missed the link to post the picture so here it is:

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kuzzy Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Dec 2005
Thu 03-Feb-11 12:12 AM

Another for consideration

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Trying out the Snow/Beach Scene Mode
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#63. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 15

Robman3 Registered since 12th Apr 2010
Fri 04-Feb-11 08:14 PM | edited Fri 04-Feb-11 11:17 PM by Robman3

Can't work for free.

I have some 150 images soon in gratis DVD worldwide concert footage release, three days on-site, uncounted hours and days of editing, all for image credit only.

This I agreed to going in.

The deal was a handful for the musician bios but someone failed to record a couple of tunes (24 track HDR) during second set, and the slide show was born, then expanded once the director and artists got into the batch viewing.

For a commercial book however, unless it were my title, yes I agree with Dr. Ric, a stipend should be included in acceptance of an image for publication.

Not saying NO out of hand but some here are scratching it out more than others.

My .02 cents.

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#64. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 52

Robman3 Registered since 12th Apr 2010
Fri 04-Feb-11 08:19 PM

Ripped from the film Carrie, originally uttered by John Travolta...just for the bemused record.

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Robman3 Registered since 12th Apr 2010
Fri 04-Feb-11 08:24 PM

I suppose these images herein are all using the defective sensor D7K then?

Better to ask how many of 'yall had to return the camera in order to be in a position to get these magnificent shots?

Great work all of them!!!

Tongue firmly in cheek, JRP, D7K and a D3S, currently state of the art.

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#66. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

DagoBowHunter Registered since 17th Oct 2010
Fri 04-Feb-11 11:01 PM

Thanks for the opportunity I will up load some images later as well

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Robman3 Registered since 12th Apr 2010
Fri 04-Feb-11 11:14 PM

Great contrasts and textures.

Rob

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mrginhop Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Mar 2009
Sat 05-Feb-11 12:45 AM

Here are a few more. Thanks

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jaychoth Registered since 21st Dec 2010
Sat 05-Feb-11 12:38 PM

Here's a sunset I recently captured.

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fotoeye Registered since 20th Oct 2007
Sun 06-Feb-11 12:00 AM

Juvenile Wood Stork, Everglades

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DagoBowHunter Registered since 17th Oct 2010
Sun 06-Feb-11 04:21 AM

I have some stills pulled from a video that I shot of a Life Flight helicopter taking off Are you interested in them for you book?

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Biker Bill Registered since 01st Nov 2009
Mon 07-Feb-11 03:10 PM

Please consider this for your book.

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Biker Bill Registered since 01st Nov 2009
Mon 07-Feb-11 03:29 PM

One other to consider.

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Finally some sunshine this weekend. Here's a couple more for consideration.



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mhiker Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Dec 2010
Tue 08-Feb-11 12:57 AM

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Here's a couple.....

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JillyH Registered since 12th Nov 2006
Wed 09-Feb-11 10:24 PM

I'd like to submit this image for your consideration. It is a multiple exposure done in-camera with my D7000.

Thanks!

Jill

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JillyH Registered since 12th Nov 2006
Wed 09-Feb-11 11:04 PM

Here are a few more I'd like for you to consider using.

Jill

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lifewings Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Jun 2008
Wed 09-Feb-11 11:46 PM

Here are 3 from me (hope they come through ... never posted here before!)

Thanks for the opportunity and for your consideration.

The Western Meadowlark was taken at ISO 1000 ...

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kuzzy Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Dec 2005
Thu 10-Feb-11 01:27 PM

One more that may be of interest

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#84. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 68

Zevi Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Feb 2008
Thu 10-Feb-11 02:15 PM

Great bird shot!
Looks like it came from a D300, though...

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JillyH Registered since 12th Nov 2006
Thu 10-Feb-11 09:06 PM

Here's another image I've taken with my D7000.

Thanks for the opportunity to submit images!!

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tommiejeep Gold Member Nikonian since 07th Jan 2008
Fri 11-Feb-11 01:56 AM

Hiya Holmes, impressive with your dog running at you! Nice to see you still shooting the dogs. I was going to wait for the D400 but seriously considering 'downsizing' (age, mobilty ) but not sure I can get the hang of the smaller body. Very tempting!
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Gamecocks Registered since 22nd Jul 2010
Sun 13-Feb-11 07:28 PM

Whooo knows if this will be considered.

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mrginhop

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mrginhop Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Mar 2009
Sat 05-Mar-11 09:28 PM

Have images been selected???

many thanks

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dhmiller Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 19th May 2009
Thu 10-Mar-11 11:35 AM

Darryl - love the top shot. Looks like a giant oyster heading for the water!
Beautiful composition.
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DigitalDarrell

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#91. "RE: Mastering your Nikon D7000 - Call for images" | In response to Reply # 0

DigitalDarrell Team Member Founding Member of the Nikonians writer Guild. Author of most of the NikoniansPress books. Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Donor Ribbon awarded for his very generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2015 Charter Member
Thu 07-Apr-11 12:54 PM

The team is in the process of selecting images at this time. The book will be going to print soon. It is in graphical layout stage at this time and the pictures must be available for inclusion in the next two weeks. Please be available for contact by the team for final image requests in 6x9 inch (2.4x3.5 cm) vertical format, along with address information for your copy of the book's delivery "hot off the press."

All members with an included picture will receive a copy of the book. While this "payment" does not reflect the high value of the images in a commercial sense, it is a commentary on the high quality of your images. Being published in a book or magazine is an important step for those seeking a career or notoriety in certain types of photography. NikoniansPress books are truly world-wide books, being available online and in all the major book stores. It looks great in a portfolio or on a resumé to be published in one of them.

In answer to a question asked earlier in this thread: Nikonians.org asks for these images to make the books a community effort, not because we could not publish the books without them. As an experienced photographer, I could easily create 12 images as chapter separators. However, as author of Mastering the Nikon D7000, I want Nikonians.org and all of us, as parts of a community, to receive recognition for our work as unique community. What other Nikon community has its own ProPhotoShop, podcasts, seminars, field trips, magazine, books, forums, and other resources? Nikonians.org is a unique educational center in the Nikon world. I'm proud to be doing my part to support Nikonians worldwide. I am also very thankful to those talented photographers who are willing to allow their work to be published in our NikoniansPress books.

In the next few weeks an announcement will be made as to which images were selected. The team would like to select ALL the images offered for this project. However, we have only 12 pages available for your images in this book. If one of your images is not selected this time, please realize that there will be future book projects soon. From the author and Nikonians team involved with book production—thank you!

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Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell) www.pictureandpen.com
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