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Tom Ferguson
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Tom Ferguson

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

Tom Ferguson is a versatile photographer who supports Nikonians with his gold membership and has been a member of Nikonians since 2011. He describes himself as an intermediate photographer with some experience in his profile, but as you will see by his images, he understates his abilities. Enjoy. Read more...

Thomas Sprunger
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Thomas Sprunger

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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In late 2009, Tom Sprunger (Melman59) introduced himself to the Nikonians community with a message titled: “New to Nikonians - hoping to take my photography to a new level.” He is one of the many members who have succeeded in such a quest. Continuously learning, he frequently shares and inspire us all with his comments and splendid images. We are very proud to present him here and a sample of his work. Read more...

Big format printing
How-to's

Big format printing

Darryll Schiff (DSchiff)

In this article I am discussing printing big format images. When I say big, I mean really big; We are talking about a 56 x 24 feet (17 x 7.5m) photo mural. Read more...

John McGarry
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John McGarry

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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John McGarry (jtmcg), joined Nikonians in 2007. John´s history as active member shows he has posted an average of at least one message a day for more than 10 years, either asking for advice, offering advice or sharing images, always learning, sharing and inspiring in the Nikonians spirit. Enjoying retirement, his skills keep on improving and improving. It is our pleasure to introduce John McGarry to you, and a sample of his work. Read more...

Carol Freshley
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Carol Freshley

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Carol Freshley (PhotoSpidie), joined Nikonians in 2011. Carol is a frequent poster to ask for opinions and to offer encouragement and advice in the Nikonians spirit. Enjoying retirement, traveling gives her the opportunity to use her camera daily, keeping her skills improving and improving. It is our pleasure to introduce her, showing some of her work. Read more...

Wasil Khan
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Wasil Khan

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Wasil Khan (WK) joined Nikonias early in 2004. Not only he is a good example of the members who live our motto, learn, share, inspire, he also gives us a lesson to find beauty in subjects we would rather run from. Read more...

Black and White “In Your Own Backyard”
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Black and White “In Your Own Backyard”

Darryll Schiff (DSchiff)

Every so often I like to go out and try something different and “shake things up” a bit. I find it takes me out of my normal routine and definitely adds to my creativity. It might be an idea I’ve played with a few times, maybe something cool I saw in a magazine, or just returning to the basics when I started in photography. Read more...

Bonnie Christensen
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Bonnie Christensen

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Bonnie Christensen (BChrisRad) has been a Nikonians member for just over a year and half at the time of this publication. Always with words of encouragement and wise practical advice, she shares, learns and inspires. An advanced amateur travel photographer, she shares here a sample of her expanding work which we are proud to present to you. Read more...

Sharp?
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Sharp?

Darryll Schiff (DSchiff)

Just about every photographer has or would like the latest camera with the best, most expensive lenses. Who wouldn’t? Lenses so sharp you can see each separate hair on the person’s head you’re doing a portrait of. Why should we bother about sharpness? When not? Read more...

Russ Glindmeier
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Russ Glindmeier

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Russ Glindmeier (russg) has been a Nikonians member for a decade. With an average of one post every other day, he shares, learns and inspires. Now an advanced landscape photographer and a HDR expert, he shares here a sample of his work which we are proud to present you. Read more...

Mastering the art of photography - Decision Making & Freedom (5)
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Mastering the art of photography - Decision Making & Freedom (5)

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

More on the "controlled spectrum" in photography with some thoughts on decision-making and consequences of our actions, or inactions. We will look into taking risks, and freedom as a foundation for creativity. We are also coming back to physical exercise for helping your creativity to flourish. Read more...

Karen Willshaw
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Karen Willshaw

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Karen Willshaw (Marjani), is another great example of Nikonians members. She not only helps to make the community what it is, but delights us by sharing her stunning images from a far away land. We proudly present her here and some of her work. Read more...

Tourist mindset
Travel Stories

Tourist mindset

Kim Brasel (kjbrasel)

It’s easy to get into the mindset that there’s nothing to do where you live, to believe you have to go somewhere grand or dramatic for great photos or to have fun with your family. But, what if you looked at the area you live in from the perspective of a tourist and not a local, what would you see? Read more...

Mastering the art  - You are in control (4)
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Mastering the art - You are in control (4)

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

In this fourth part of "mastering the art of photography", I continue to explore what mastering this art form entails. We'll discuss what items you can control for, how to get the most out of it, time scheduling and the areas you have to be aware of as not being well controllable. Read more...

Bill Naiman
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Bill Naiman

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Bill Naiman (pixures), is another Nikonians member who helps to make the community what it is: friendly, helpful, encouraging, reliable and accurate. We proudly present him here and some of his work. Read more...

Judie Dunn
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Judie Dunn

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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We are proud to present you Judie Dunn (topper1946) and her work, a member for ten years and another great example of the members making up the Nikonians Community. Now an accomplished advance amateur, she shows us the product of sharing, learning and inspiring, along with her tenacity to practice and practice more to achieve outstanding images. Read more...

Mastering the art of photography (3)
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Mastering the art of photography (3)

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

In this third part of "mastering the art of photography", I continue to explore what mastering this art form entails. We'll discuss "is it really art?" and the creativity required to get "artsy enough". Read more...

Zeiss Milvus 25mm/f1.4
Lens Reviews

Zeiss Milvus 25mm/f1.4

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

The new Zeiss Milvus 25mm/f1.4 wide-angle manual focus lens is available for all of us who love high-quality glass. Read more...

Mick Klass
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Mick Klass

Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2)

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Mick Klass, a Nikonians member since 2006, is always learning and sharing, inspiring and getting inspired. He is a very good example of the members making our community a great place to be at. Read more...

Mastering photography - Why it is for you (2)
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Mastering photography - Why it is for you (2)

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

In this second part we discuss passion and joy, the motivation of why we should bother about mastering photography. This is a part of the "mastering the art of photography" series, where we discover any of the processes and methods supporting photographers interested in achieving more consistent, better results. Read more...

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