This month’s theme is “Walking” – Folks spend a lot of time walking in their daily sojourns, on the beaches, in the streets, or in parks and public places. Catch their mood of the moment.
Participating in our monthly contests can help us to become better photographers. We can see and learn from all of the entries as our members showcase their best work each month.
These monthly contests are the preliminary rounds for the Annual Best of Nikonians contest where you have the opportunity to win attractive prizes and have your images highlighted in the Winners Galleries and published in the eZine The top images will be selected by the winner of the previous months challenge and will be included in a poll for members to vote for the winning photo. Please keep in mind that images will be selected based on image quality, subject matter, relevance to the theme, and creativity just to name a few. The winning image will be added to the Monthly Challenge Winner’s Gallery for the Travel Forum. The winner will be recognized in our weekly newsletter and will receive a printable Certificate of Photographic Achievement.
I look forward to seeing how you fulfill this challenge! Good luck!!!
RULES: -- Post up to 5 images but only one image per post -- Include shooting info so we can learn from each other -- Previously posted images are welcome but not previous contest winners. -- When posting please do so by hitting the ‘reply’ link below this top post, not the reply link to another post. -- Include a title in the subject line -- Capture must be shot with a Nikon camera and any lens -- Comments are welcome but NO public critiquing, i.e., how to make it better. This is a contest so PM's are a better way to offer feedback -- WARNING Posts that do not meet the spirit of the challenge will not be selected as finalists and may be periodically removed by the moderators without notice.
Scott Chapin Powder Springs, GA, USA Nikonians Team Member
D300, Nikkor ??? 1/60 @f? and ISO 800 This was shot with an old ?ancient?, manual Nikkor telephoto (200-400mm I think) zoom lens that was for sale at the local camera shop. The shop lent it to us to try out and it was eventually bought by the gentleman in this photo. Being a non-CPU lens it did not transmit identity or f-stop data to the EXIF data.