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NikoniansPress book Mastering the Nikon D610 now under creation


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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
Sun 20-Oct-13 08:55 PM


My Nikon D610 arrives on Monday from our sponsor Brad Berger of www.Berger-bros.com (1-800-542-8811), and the writing saga begins anew. The new NikoniansPress book, Mastering the Nikon D610, will soon be a reality. This book should be available much more quickly than normal since the D610 is a clone of the D600. Watch for an official announcement here in the forum.

If you have ordered a Nikon D610 and will receive it soon, there will be a short window of opportunity to create beautiful vertical images for chapter opening positions in the book. We will need 13 of them. Those chosen for inclusion, as with other NikoniansPress books, will get a free copy of the book, full image credits within, and worldwide fame as their image is displayed to thousands of Nikon users worldwide. Watch for the upcoming official post that requests image submissions.

We hope this book will be as successful as past NikoniansPress books and are happy to provide Nikonians with excellent resources to benefit their photographic knowledge. Where else but Nikonians.org can one find such a friendly Nikon user community with so many excellent resources? Nowhere else!

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell) www.pictureandpen.com
"Better too many words than not enough understanding."