Founders meeting leads to future plans

Added by flashdeadline | April 21, 2014   7:16 AM | TrackBack

map-cabo_200.jpgNikonians founders Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) and J. Ramón Palacios (jrp) have been meeting to discuss future innovations in the community.

The meeting was held in Los Cabos in Baja California, Mexico (about a 25 Km strip between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas in South Baja California, Mexico).

Founders meeting leads to future plans


Member Benefits Explained -- Gold

Added by flashdeadline | March 12, 2014   2:14 AM | TrackBack

Shield-Gold_THU.jpgNikonians founders J. Ramón Palacios (jrp) and Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) are happy to welcome the large number of new members joining us in the past few years. They have also noticed an interesting trend.

Member Benefits Explained -- Gold


Are you concerned about your privacy?

Added by bgs | June 19, 2013   4:03 PM | TrackBack

You might want to switch to a search engine that claims they are not storing data of their users. I personally have switched to DuckDuckGo which seems to work well. There is an interview with their CEO here. Btw DuckDuckGo has a plugin for Firefox and other browsers.

Are you concerned about your privacy?


Google + Nik Software = Death of Rich Client Photo Editing

Added by bgs | September 22, 2012   2:11 PM | TrackBack

OK, so Google bought Nik Software a few days ago. This goes inline with the reported unhappy marriage and factual divorce between Nikon and Nik I mentioned back in March 2012.

Google + Nik Software = Death of Rich Client Photo Editing


Nik Software divorces Nikon... right?

Added by bgs | March 26, 2012   4:46 AM | TrackBack

Seems the 2006 wedding between the two has been annulated. How much of a happy wedding that was is hard to say, but, we have been waiting for a follow up on the Nikon Capture NX2 a few years now and nothing is on, not even on the most sensitive of rumor radars.

Is the software some minority groups claim we'll still get worth waiting for, risking it will never come?

I would say hardly. Life's moved on and there are great, new tools out there. Take your pick, even if your new one does not come from Nik(on).

Nik Software divorces Nikon... right?


So much good stuff to read

Added by bgs | March 26, 2012   12:33 AM | TrackBack

Our sponsor Profoto runs their own blog and I really liked what I read. You probably have heard of this vendor before, providing leading light solutions for professionals and ambitious amateurs alike. If you are into understanding more about light and how you can deploy their solutions to get the right light, check their blog.

We have had the luck to use their equipment on various locations, including on the community stand on various Photokina exhibitions.

So much good stuff to read


Visit the Nikonians via video with FotoTV

Added by flashdeadline | September 23, 2010   1:25 PM | TrackBack

Photokina_88.jpgNikonians interested in a peek at the Photokina in Cologne, Germany should check out the internview with our co-founder Bo Stahbrandt (bgs), posted by FotoTV.

Visit the Nikonians via video with FotoTV


Share good locations - Spontaneously

Added by bgs | July 1, 2010   2:01 PM | TrackBack

Our iPhone app Good Locations allows you to spontaneously share good shooting locations with other photographers. Now we also have our Good Locations Website where you can search and filter for locations around the world.

Share good locations - Spontaneously


iPad is disruptive to photography

Added by bgs | June 28, 2010   10:27 AM | Comment | TrackBack

The Apple iPad, meanwhile over 3 million units sold in a few months, is changing business. I am also convinced it is changing the way photographers will work.

iPad is disruptive to photography


Annotate Expert with Eye-Fi support

Added by bgs | June 18, 2010   4:57 PM | TrackBack

Annotate Expert, our tool for keyword-tagging certain parts of an image now supports wireless, tethered shooting with your Eye-Fi memory card. Just select "Eye-Fi" in the camera selection drop down in the tethered dialog and the images you shoot will automagically show up in Annotate, ready for tagging and further processing/uploading.

Annotate Expert with Eye-Fi support


Peaceful holidays to all Nikonians

Added by bgs | December 25, 2009   2:18 PM | TrackBack

No matter where you are on this beautiful, blue planet of ours, Ramón and I are wishing you peaceful holidays. 2009 has been a tough year on many of us, though the Nikonians community, the waterhole for anything Nikon, has grown steadily and we're ready for launching new inventions, software and website features for the community in 2010, the year of our 10th anniversary.

Sail safe and enjoy your photography!
Bo Stahlbrandt & J. Ramón Palacios

Peaceful holidays to all Nikonians


How XMP is used in Annotate

Added by bgs | November 30, 2009   4:16 PM | TrackBack

Our Annotate software uses the XMP (eXtensible Meta Platform) notation that was developed by Adobe back in 2001 to store the coordinate-bound annotations (comments) and virtual crop information in a non-destructible way in an image.

How XMP is used in Annotate


50th Anniversary of a Revolution

Added by jrp | July 3, 2009   6:26 PM | TrackBack

Nikon_F_150x150px.jpg It was back in 1959 that a new camera came to market, revolutionizing the photographic industry and transferring forever the epicenter of the photographic marketplace from Germany to Japan. The Nikon F, by Nippon Kogaku K. K.

50th Anniversary of a Revolution


Why you should care about Nikon D3X

Added by bgs | January 29, 2009   4:51 PM | TrackBack

If you believe you should ignore the Nikon D3X because it is too big, too expensive or does not have video, read on.

Why you should care about Nikon D3X


Nikonians Reach 150,000 Members

Added by bgs | December 10, 2008   3:15 PM | TrackBack

It feels like it wasn't long ago Ramón and I started Nikonians. Today we reached the 150,000 active members milestone.

Nikonians Reach 150,000 Members


Measuring raw performance

Added by bgs | November 27, 2008   11:09 AM | TrackBack

In case you have missed it, DxO (French specialist of noise reduction software, also advertising their products on Nikonians) came out with a new raw format benchmark (dubbed "DxO Mark") some days ago.

Measuring raw performance


World of Imaging and Nikonians

Added by bgs | July 22, 2008   9:38 PM

We (www.nikonians.org) have partnered up with World of Imaging, a magazin and site that are informing the imaging industry about imaging in general and Photokina in particular.

World of Imaging and Nikonians


New Face, D700 Thoughts and Gear Twins

Added by bgs | July 10, 2008   11:27 AM

Welcome to our Nikonians blog facelift. Also great to see the large number of reads the first edition of Tom's Nikon D700 preview have gotten so far.

New Face, D700 Thoughts and Gear Twins


Crowds are wise, communities are wiser

Added by bgs | March 10, 2008   3:53 PM

A Newsweek article "Is User-Generated Content Out?" discussed how important are expertise views vs. the crowd. Pretty good comments on that article from Steve Rosenbaum over at AlwaysOn.

Crowds are wise, communities are wiser


Loyal Membership Act 2008 Action 1

Added by bgs | February 19, 2008   11:41 PM

(February 19th, 2008 Playa del Carmen, Mexico) Loyal Membership Act Proclaimed. The founders of Nikonians agreed to reward loyal members who've decided to support the community.

Every member on a Silver, Gold or Platinum level, will receive a membership extension of half a year with the purchase of a Markins ball head or a Gitzo tripod from the community's own PhotoProShop.

Loyal Membership Act 2008 Action 1

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