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Best of Nikonians 2023 exhibition
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Best of Nikonians 2023 exhibition

The Best of Nikonians 2023 Virtual Exhibition has opened its doors. We welcome you in to walk around and to discover 56 artworks produced by the finalists and the winners. Read more...

 In praise of shadows - Part 2
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In praise of shadows - Part 2

J. Norman Reid (Positives)

In Part 1 of this article, I showed several types of shadows that can be incorporated into our photos. In this Part 2, I’ll continue that review, after which I’ll conclude by briefly considering some issues of exposing and post-processing images for shadows. Read more...

 In praise of shadows - Part 1
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In praise of shadows - Part 1

J. Norman Reid (Positives)

As photographers, we’re familiar with the oft-used phrase, “it’s all about the light.” True enough, it’s light that lets us create our photographs. Read more...

Getting the most out of older gear for sports
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Getting the most out of older gear for sports

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Freelance sports photographer and Nikonians moderator Victor Newman talks about getting the most out of older gear with a focus on sports photography, with tips and tricks on settings and button configurations, including up to the latest cameras, the Z9 and Z8. Read more...

My Experience with the Nikon Z9 and Wildlife
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My Experience with the Nikon Z9 and Wildlife

Connie Cassinetto (Via the Lens)

I’ve been following the news, information, and forums on the Nikon Z9 with great interest since the camera was released for sale last December and here we are, a year later, and the talk is ongoing. Read more...

Best of Nikonians 2020 Exhibition
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Best of Nikonians 2020 Exhibition

The Best of Nikonians 2020 Virtual Exhibition has opened its doors. We welcome you in to walk around and to discover over 70 artworks produced by the finalists and the winners. Read more...

Sports Photography with Billie Weiss
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Sports Photography with Billie Weiss

Award-winning photographer Billie Weiss discuss keys to success offering tips and tricks for capturing moving subjects, and discuss the mentality and mindset involved with making a great sport photograph. Read more...

Portrait Photography w Ronald Pollard
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Portrait Photography w Ronald Pollard

Nikon professional Ronald Pollard is a veteran portrait and event photographer with lots of tips and suggestions about making better images of people - clients, family, models, and groups of people. Read more...

Webinar with Victor Newman
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Webinar with Victor Newman

We are delighted to have freelance sports photographer Victor Newman join us for the Nikonians webinar series. Victor talked about his work photographing sports, working with clients and editors, and share experiences from more than 20 years of sports photography with Nikon cameras and lenses. Read more...

5 easy steps for better post processing
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5 easy steps for better post processing

J. Norman Reid (Positives)

How to improve your photography post processing in 5 concise steps. Read more...

Best of Nikonians 2021 exhibition
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Best of Nikonians 2021 exhibition

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The Best of Nikonians 2021 Virtual Exhibition has opened its doors. We welcome you in to walk around and to discover 65 artworks produced by the finalists and the winners. Read more...

Macro photography with Mike Moats
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Macro photography with Mike Moats

Mike Moats webinar covers how to make your macro art stand out and take it to a higher level. Why one image works better than another, finding character in nature, and two subject compositions. Read more...

Travel Photography With The Image Doctors
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Travel Photography With The Image Doctors

Everything you need to know before you go on your next trip. The Image Doctors have a lot of tips & tricks for travel photography, including checklists. Read more...

Improve Your Wildlife Images
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Improve Your Wildlife Images

Connie Cassinetto (Via the Lens)

How to get an action shot of an animal that is pleasing to the viewer: A sharp image and especially, the animal's eye. Read more...

Webinar with Mark Cruz on Nikon Z9
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Webinar with Mark Cruz on Nikon Z9

Nikon Z9 webinar with Mark Cruz from Nikon USA, with Q&A Read more...

Webinar with Steve Perry
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Webinar with Steve Perry

Wildlife Action Photography webinar with Steve Perry Read more...

Webinar with Ron Rosenstock
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Webinar with Ron Rosenstock

Fine Art Photography in Black & White. Ron speaks about the three main ingredients: Attention, intention and awareness - being present to the moment, feeling the balance of the image before you make the exposure and also being open to unexpected gifts. Read more...

Webinar with Kristi Odom
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Webinar with Kristi Odom

Animals have a different way of showing and expressing emotion. How do you take an emotion and make it two dimensional? How do you get people to connect and feel when they look at an image? Read more...

Improving an Image Using all Available Tools
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Improving an Image Using all Available Tools

Connie Cassinetto (Via the Lens)

I am constantly amazed at how software can improve an image I’ve taken. To me, it’s like magic and it reminds me of when I took college classes to learn how to develop film images. Read more...

Learning to Compose (3): Reimagining
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Learning to Compose (3): Reimagining

Martin Turner (Martin Turner)

When you see something, your eye responds to it. This is purely biological. The eye responds to dark and light, to red and green, and to blue and yellow. Without you thinking about it, your eye flicks around, building up an image of what you see. Read more...

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