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Nikon D810 - User Review - Impressive
Camera Reviews

Nikon D810 - User Review - Impressive

Rick Walker (walkerr)

In this article, Rick Walker summarizes his first impressions of the new and highly anticipated Nikon D810 and enthusiastically states that it is "the best general purpose camera he has ever used." How does the new model compare to the D800E? Read more...

Digital Tidbits: Three Methods for Post-Processing Greens
How-to's Software Reviews

Digital Tidbits: Three Methods for Post-Processing Greens

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

For most photographs of nature, the color green is essential to the overall impact and believability of the image. If the greens look good, then the rest of the photo is believable. In this article, Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen) will show you three ways for achieving believable greens using a variety of software tools. Read more...

How Long Exposure Noise Reduction Works
How-to's Camera Reviews

How Long Exposure Noise Reduction Works

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell)

Many people have wondered about how Long Exposure Noise Reduction (Long Exp. NR) works. To clear up any misconceptions, this article will describe the unusual method the camera uses to remove noise caused by a long exposure. Let’s examine how it works and how to enable it on your camera. Read more...

The New MAGICA Series 4
Accessories Reviews

The New MAGICA Series 4

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

I have been using a Series 3 MAGICA for several years. To move up from a Series 2 to a Series 3 was an easy choice; it became a need as soon as I went above 200mm focal lengths. But the prospect of acquiring a 500mm f/4 Nikkor lens to seriously incursion into birding has been haunting me for long. Read more...

Vibration Reduction - The way to a blurry free image?
Lens Reviews How-to's

Vibration Reduction - The way to a blurry free image?

Jan Stimel (photocyan)

Vibration reduction (VR) technology in a Nikkor lens is a great way to reduce shaky images in general. The technology may be great, but some users are confused about how it really works, and what it can and cannot do. To help ease that confusion, Jan Stimel presents the basics behind image stabilizing techniques and goes deeper into the topic of reducing shaky images with Nikon's VR. Read more...

Why Post Process RAW Images?
How-to's Software Reviews

Why Post Process RAW Images?

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell)

Some people have asked what is the point of post processing images. Darrell Young shows you an example of why he shoots in RAW and post processes afterwards. Read more...

Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Review
Lens Reviews

Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Review

Jan Stimel (photocyan)

The Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM is an interesting lens with a constant f/1.8 aperture within the whole zoom range. Made exclusively for DX-format camera by Sigma Corporation its characteristics attract the attention of photographers. Jan Stimel performs a real-life test and compares it with two DX lenses: Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 and Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8. Read more...

Hunting for Rhythms in Photography
How-to's

Hunting for Rhythms in Photography

Jan Stimel (photocyan)

The rhythms and patterns in an image can considerably improve its visual quality. Get inspired by the advice in our article for an effective "rhythm hunt". Read more...

Tele-Converter Compatibility Table
Lens Reviews Accessories Reviews

Tele-Converter Compatibility Table

Brian Tilley (briantilley)

One of the most common questions regarding Nikon and 3rd Party lenses is "Will lens X work with teleconverter Y?" To help answer such questions, the Nikonians Team has created this chart. Read more...

How to Fill In Missing Pixels From Panorama Stitches
How-to's Software Reviews

How to Fill In Missing Pixels From Panorama Stitches

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

Panoramas are a lot of fun not only because of the pleasing visual effect but also because of the challenges they may represent to get it right. One of such challenges is missing pixels while stitching together the images made. Mike Hagen shows us how to go about it without much hassle. Read more...

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