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Urban & Street Photography for ‘Smarties’
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Urban & Street Photography for ‘Smarties’

Richard Hulbert (rhulbert) on August 23, 2016

Internationally recognized, award winning, and published architect, urban designer, and teacher of photography, Rick Hulbert outlines in this article six photographic challenges to consider to better see and perceive the urban environment around you, leading to improving your photographic skills to make great images. Read more...

I Am Nikonians - Dianne Clark (Dianne340) Interview
I am Nikonians

I Am Nikonians - Dianne Clark (Dianne340) Interview

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2) on July 11, 2016

In this I AM NIKONIANS series, it is with pride and pleasure that we present to you members of the Nikonians community who have embraced our motto: Share, Learn, Inspire; who are passionate about photography and make the Nikonians Community what it is. Nikonians Moderator Marsha Edmunds brings us an interview with Dianne Clark. Read more...

Nikon D500 and 200-500mm Nikkor Birding Field Review
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Nikon D500 and 200-500mm Nikkor Birding Field Review

Jonathan Kandel (JonK) on June 30, 2016

Nikonians moderator Jonathan Kandel (JonK) had the opportunity to test in the field during a four-day bird blind shoot the 200-500mm zoom Nikkor on the Nikon D500 body. All he could say as he returned was: “Wow! Impressive Combo!” Read more...

Nikkor AF 35-70/2.8D lens
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Nikkor AF 35-70/2.8D lens

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) on June 17, 2016

The Nikkor AF 35-70mm/2.8D is an old lens providing great value for money. It can meanwhile be had for 300 USD, sometimes even less. The optics are great. Read more...

Linwood Ferguson (Ferguson) Interview
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Linwood Ferguson (Ferguson) Interview

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2) on June 6, 2016

Linwood Ferguson is a very active contributor of images and input at the Nikonians community. He has posted many fascinating images and has supported many members with advice. Read more...

A Landscape Shooting Experience: Superstition Mountains, Arizona
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A Landscape Shooting Experience: Superstition Mountains, Arizona

Gerry Mulligan (Gerry M) on May 30, 2016

Landscape photography can be a very rewarding experience. Nikonian Gerry Mulligan (Gerry M) shares with us the beautiful images of one of his latest, emphasizing the importance of patience, knowing the location, knowing your camera, knowing the weather conditions and knowing the best timing. Read more...

A Photographer and Beginner
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A Photographer and Beginner

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) on May 28, 2016

New to photography? Want to improve your skills? These are the articles you should read first. Written by experienced photographers, they take you through the basics on how to improve your photography results. Read more...

Monte Comeau (BCRose) Interview
I am Nikonians

Monte Comeau (BCRose) Interview

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2) on May 16, 2016

Reading and writing posts, articles and critiques at nikonians.org does more than just share information. In many ways, members have embraced the original concept of our founders, making Nikonians not just a knowledgeable and friendly environment but a family environment. We like to call it a community, and as such we should also have a look at the backgrounds of some of our fellow members. Our first interview in this new series of articles, I AM NIKONIANS, is with Monte Comeau (BCRose). Read more...

How To Fine-Tune your Lenses using the Green Dot Method
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How To Fine-Tune your Lenses using the Green Dot Method

Roger Rowlett (RRowlett) on May 9, 2016

If you are unsure that your lens is autofocusing correctly, after checking that you have not made human errors, like miss-estimating depth of field or others, you may want to give a try to fine-tuning your lens. Nikonians Charter Member Roger Rowlett (rrowlett) shows us how to do it using the Green Dot Method. Read more...

NIGHT SHIFT - Introduction to night photography
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NIGHT SHIFT - Introduction to night photography

Dusan Labuda (DusanLabuda) on May 4, 2016

Night photography will force you to think a bit more than common daylight shooting. Now you are challenged by the low light and an unusual ratio of highlights and shadows. Your hunt for light will squeeze out the maximum from your gear. Done correctly, it will also unleash the power of your mind and body to change your daytime habits into "The Night Shift" mode. There are several questions to be considered before one starts shooting in low light. Read more...

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